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Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card - $50 Ongoing Annual Fee + 0% for 18 Months Balance Transfers


Hello OzBargainers, we've got another great new offer live at the moment on our Virgin Australia Velocity Flyer Card.

The new deal is similar to this offer posted on Ozbargin, but without the bonus upfront 75,000 Velocity Frequent Flyer Points. Instead it has an ongoing annual fee discount - annual fee reduced from $129 to $50.

  • Save with an ongoing $50 annual fee

  • 0% p.a. for 18 months on Balance Transfers - reverts to cash advance rate. No interest free days apply to retail purchases while you have a Balance Transfer, and will be charged interest from when you spend.

  • Earn 20,000 bonus Velocity Points - Receive 20,000 Velocity Frequent Flyer Points when you spend $3,000 or more on Eligible Transactions within the first 3 months of card approval.

  • Receive a $129 Virgin Australia Gift Voucher each year - to unlock the $129 Virgin Australia Gift Voucher, simply make an Eligible Transaction in the 2 months prior to requesting your voucher. Valid for 6 months from voucher issue date.


Credit criteria, spend criteria and T&Cs apply. Apply by 30/06/19. Credit provider and issuer Citigroup Pty Limited ABN 88 004 325 080 Australia credit licence 238 098.

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  • Not a cheap interest card…

  • Not worth it. Virgin Money/Citi will just decline for no reason then hit you with a credit check unlike other banks/companies.

  • Meh no annual fee or bust

  • Virgin Money (Australia) Pty Limited ABN 75 103 478 897
    (“Virgin Money”) distributes the Virgin Money Credit Cards
    (“Credit Cards”) as an authorised credit representative under
    credit representative no 369377. Citigroup Pty Ltd ABN 88 004
    325 080 AFSL/Australian credit licence 238098 (“Citibank”) is
    the credit provider and issuer of the Credit Cards.

  • First of all, this card is 44 days interest free. Instant fail.

    Then it has annual fee which is another fail considering there is nothing great about this card. Not a $1 = 1 VP card.

    And lastly, its own by Citi. If I want a Citi card then rather a Citi credit card instead of this.

  • Hi rep. Can you please answer my question below that I posted in the bonus point deal you linked.

    I was approved back in April but the card never turned up in the mail. I've just received a replacement card today.

    Please clarify whether the 'first three months' for bonus points is based on approval date or card activation date? I asked on the phone and was told activation date, however the customer service rep didn't sound confident.


  • It's from the approval date!

    I rang to check, and they said it was the day before when the letter was dated.

    Lucky, I spent over the min.