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Virgin America is running a limited-time promotion. If you pay for a flight with Visa Checkout, you will receive 1,000 bonus Elevate points. Here it the LINK.
To be eligible to receive this bonus, you must book by July 31 and fly by September 30, 2016. Here are the basics:
- Purchase a flight on virginamerica.com using Visa Checkout by July 31, 2016
- Add your Elevate account number to the reservation
- Take your Virgin America flight by September 30, 2016
- Look for 1,000 points in your Elevate account within 2 weeks
I am not wowed by this promotion. If I was already planning to book a Virgin America flight within these dates, I might go ahead and use Visa Checkout. But I wouldn’t change my plans for this promotion.
Virgin America is also on various cash-back portals (it looks like TopCashBack pays the most – at $5.50 for a flight booking). The question then is can you get TCB ($5.50) AND Visa Checkout credit (1,000 points), or are they mutually exclusive?
If you don’t have a TopCashBack Account you are welcome to use my referral link.
Terms and Conditions of offer:
Offer is valid until July 31, 2016 or while supplies last and is only available when displayed on virginamerica.com/
visacheckoutoffer. To qualify for this offer, book a non-refundable Virgin America flight on virginamerica.com between June 22, 2016 and July 31, 2016 using Visa Checkout as the payment method and fly by September 30, 2016. Elevate account number must be added to reservation. Bonus Points will be awarded within 2 weeks after qualifying flights are flown. Any changes or cancellations to reservation may result in disqualification from this offer. Elevate reward bookings are excluded. Bonus points earned do not qualify towards reaching Elevate Gold or Elevate Silver status. Limit one offer per Elevate account. Any attempt at fraud will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted. Virgin America reserves the right to change or limit the promotion in its sole discretion.
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