Virgin Australia discount codes for flight bookings until the end of January

Sally McMullen 12 January 2016


Save on airfares with Virgin Australia’s 10% discount code on flight bookings this month.

There’s no better time to book a flight with Virgin Australia. The airline has announced that it will be offering customers 10% off base fares (excluding taxes and surcharges) on Virgin Australia flights when you use the promo code during the booking.

Valid until 31 January 2016 and for travel up to 30 June 2016, the discount is applicable for all bookings except Sale Fares.

There are two ways you can redeem your 10% discount:

1. If you’re on the Virgin Australia homepage, you can enter the promo code into the ‘Promo Code’ field next to the ‘Find Flights’ button within the ‘Book Flights’

2. Otherwise, if you’ve found yourself on the ‘Book a Flight’ page from the ‘Planning’ tab on the Virgin Australia homepage, you can enter your code in the ‘Promo Code’ section in the top right-hand corner of the booking

Whether you’re a Velocity frequent flyer or not, using the promo code is a no-brainer if you’re looking to cut costs on your next trip. If you're not yet a Velocity Frequent Flyer member you can learn how to sign up for free here.

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