expired 10% off Domestic and Trans-Tasman Virgin Australia Flights until 2018

10% off Domestic and Trans-Tasman Virgin Australia Flights until 2018Affiliate

Haven't seen this posted, and the previous 10% deals have expired. Found it on PointHacks.

10% off Domestic and Trans-Tasman flights, expiring in 2018. Business, Premium Economy, and Economy.

Flights must be booked 20 days in advance as per previous codes.

Additionally the below code works but should have expired, this includes International Short and Long Haul.

EDIT: Don't forget 3% cashback through CashRewards.

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  • +3 votes

    It's off full price from memory, Technically the sale fares are cheaper without the pro code but it's in non peak days.

    But it's quite handy for last minute or peak days travel which usually are priced higher and non sale. I've used these a lot on Sundays (especially sun nights returning to Melbourne are the most expensive of the week)


      Because of the requirement to book 20 days ahead, the 'last minute' booking possibilities don't quite exist.. (unless you do it last minute.. 20 days ahead of your need to travel). I'm rarely ever that organized :)

      I'd say the best deals on VA have been in roughly the following order:

      • Specific targeted overall sales
      • Happy Hour (sometimes this can be a better deal, even compared to above, if you can fit it in the travel window)
      • 10% off codes if you can book 20 days ahead
      • 5% off if you book through the entertainment book
      • +2 votes

        Yeah lol last minute is about 3 weeks for me. But I don't buy 3 months+ ahead either, I've worked out the best time period is about 2-3 months.

        I've wasted too much $$ over the years on those Jetstar and Tiger gimmicks that require 12 months advance booking them come the day I have other commitments. Clever marketing.


      virgin was charging $375 per person, return, syd to auckland feb18, last week
      same tickets today are going for $450 :(

  • +1 vote

    'Don't forget 3% cashback through CashRewards'. I recently booked $1,000 worth of Virgin flights and they're only giving me $7 cashback!!! I have queried this for the second time… still waiting for a response :(

    • +1 vote

      Cashbacks are only calculated on the fare component, not including fuel surcharges, taxes, airport security fees, GST, etc. I booked a $1600 flight with Qatar last year and the cashback was calculated based on an $850 purchase. How fuel required to power the plane is a "surcharge" is beyond me. Also oil is quite cheap right now at US$46/bbl. Are airlines living in a 1997 fantasy land where they expect oil to cost $15/bbl?

      It's worth double checking with CR as at first they specified my airfare as only costing $570 or so, not $850.

    • +1 vote

      I thought it was 1.5%. I didn't realise 3% was for international but I'm booking domestic 99% of the time so.. there you go.

      I had a look at my VA cashrewards and noted that your CR is based on the AIRLINE part of your cost. You don't get a CR on the government taxies and levies.

      I just spent about $1100 on VA tickets and only $650 of that counts towards CR (the rest being the above levies, taxes and CC surcharge).

      I got a provisional $9.75 back on that which almost covered the cost of the credit card surcharge.. so there's that..

    • +4 votes

      Lol, 3% excluding GST, booking fees, credit card surcharge, airport taxes, plane maintenance costs, employee salaries and cost of a snack.


    Has anyone tried to claim trs on an airticket?


      no GST on international flights


      If you google.. this was discussed on OzB around 5 years ago. I don't know if anyone has tried to claim an airticket specifically but based on the discussion at the time and someone actually trying to get a determination, the short answer is 'no' it is not going to be claimable.

      An airticket is not a product under the definition of things that could be claimed - it is a service and/or a voucher for a service (is how I'm interpreting it).


    It's not 10% off the whole ticket cost either.
    ADL-MEL is $158 (elevate) standard rate, with the code it is $151.39, that is less than 5%.


    Here are the terms for the CPZ78 code, it is a corporate leisure offer:

    "Offer Conditions: *Offer is available on Virgin Australia marketed and operated flights on the Domestic, International Short Haul, Trans Tasman and International Long Haul network.
    10% discount applies to Business, Business Saver, Premium, Premium Saver and Freedom fares.
    5% discount applies to Elevate and Getaway fares.
    Applicable International Long Haul flights include: AUS-LAX permitted on all VA flight numbers operated by either Virgin Australia or Delta Air Lines; AUS-AUH permitted on all VA flight Numbers operated by Etihad Airways; AUS-NZ permitted on all VA flight numbers operated by either Virgin Australia or Air New Zealand; AUS-HKG permitted on all VA flight numbers operated by Virgin Australia only.
    Offer not available on Go, Go Plus, Tactical and Sale Fares.
    Bookings must be made online at virginaustralia.com between 00.01am (AEST) 1 July 2017 and 11.59pm (AEST) 30 September 2017 for travel between 21 July 2017 and 25 August 2018.
    A 20 Day advance purchase period applies. Discount is applied to the base fare only. Discount is not applied to any taxes, airline surcharges or other fees or charges.
    All bookings must be made within Australia.
    All flights must originate in Australia.
    All fares are subject to availability and may vary until ticketed.
    In order to receive the discount, the Promotion Code must be entered at the time of booking. The Promotion Code cannot be used to obtain a discount at the time of making changes to a booking.
    A card payment fee is applied per booking when using credit card or debit card as the method of payment and is non-refundable.
    For bookings where PayPal is the method of payment, the card payment fee is per passenger and is non-refundable.
    Please visit www.virginaustralia.com/fees to view our current fees and surcharges.
    Bookings can be changed/cancelled by paying the fee and any applicable fare difference in accordance with the fare rules, as published on our website on the day you request your change.
    Go to www.virginaustralia.com/fees to view our current change and cancel fees.
    For current inclusive baggage allowances and fees for excess baggage see Virgin Australia’s Baggage Details page.
    Friends and family can be included in the booking when the employee is also travelling.
    The employee must be listed as the primary contact and provide their work email address.
    Offer not available for Velocity Frequent Flyer Reward Seat or Any Seat bookings.
    Offer cannot be combined with any other offer, discount or promotion. Details of the offer are not to be shared with any other party, be advertised via social media or any other public channel. Virgin Australia reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.
    All travel is subject to the Virgin Australia Conditions of Carriage and the fare conditions of your booking, visit www.virginaustralia.com for further details."

  • +1 vote

    Additionally the below code works but should have expired, this includes International Short and Long Haul.

    +1 :)