Save up to 30% off Virgin Australia Reward Flights
Whether you're flying in Economy or Business Class, use your Velocity Points to save on Reward Seats this February.
Calling all Velocity Frequent Flyers: now might be the right time to book your next flight thanks to Virgin Australia’s latest offer. Until 28 February 2018, you can save up to 30% off the majority of Reward Flights.
Your booking must be for flights taken between 14 March 2018 and 9 January 2019, which is a pretty generous booking window for a flight sale. Unlike many of these kinds of offers, you can redeem your Flight Rewards across classes too. This means you can redeem your Velocity Points and save whether you’re flying in Economy, Premium Economy or Business. As with all Reward Seats, the seats are subject to availability and it’s likely that the most competitive higher tier fare classes will be snapped up first.
As well as Virgin Australia, you can also take advantage of this offer when booking flights with partner airlines including Virgin Atlantic, Alitalia, Delta Air Lines and Air New Zealand (for Trans Tasman flights only).
You can visit the Virgin Australia website to compare more options, but here are just a few examples of the savings you can expect:
|Flight||Class||Standard points cost (excluding taxes and fees)||Sale points cost (excluding taxes and fees)|
|MEL - SYD||Economy||7,800 points||5,400 points|
|MEL - LAX||Premium Economy||71,700 points||51,000 points|
|MEL - PER||Business||15,500 points||10,800 points|
|SYD - HTI||Economy||11,800 points||8,200 points|
|BNE - LAX||Economy||44,800 points||31,300 points|
|BNE - DPS (Bali)||Economy||22,300 points||15,600 points|
|ADL - SYD||Economy||11,800 points||8,200 points|
As you’re browsing, you may notice that some routes are excluded but you can spot the included routes by looking for the promo tag above the pricing. The sale also excludes bookings via Virgin Australia Any Seat or Points + Pay flight options. There are plenty of savings to be enjoyed, but make sure you compare a few dates, fare classes and routes before redeeming your points to get the best deal.
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