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Earn up to 20,000 Bonus Points - Book an Eligible Virgin Australia Flight to London, Los Angeles, Tokyo (HND) or Hong Kong

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  1. Activate this offer

  2. Book an eligible flight by 9 February 2020 and enter your membership number when you book

  3. Travel by 15 December 2020. Your Points will be added to your account within 4 weeks after your flight

Here’s how many Bonus Bonanza Points are on offer*

Business class = 20,000 Points for a return flight and 10,000 Points for a one way flight.

Premium Economy = 12,000 Points for a return flight and 6,000 Points for a one way flight.

Economy Freedom = 10,000 Points for a return flight and 5,000 Points for a one way flight.

Economy Getaway / Elevate / Light = 5,000 Points for a return flight and 2,500 Points for a one way flight.

To be eligible for the Bonus Bonanza promotion you must (1) Activate this offer via www.velocityfrequentflyer.com within the member dashboard under ‘Activated Offers’ between 12.01am AEST 20 January 2020 and 11.59pm 9 February 2020 inclusive (Promotion Period); (2) after offer activation, book and ticket an Eligible Flight during the Promotion Period and enter a valid Velocity membership number at the time of booking; and (3) complete travel on an Eligible Flight.

An Eligible Flight is a flight for travel between 20 January 2020 and 15 December 2020 inclusive as follows: (a) an International Long Haul flight marketed and operated by Virgin Australia, for travel between Australia and any of Tokyo, Hong Kong or Los Angeles; and (b) a flight to London via Hong Kong or Los Angeles with a “VA” flight number. Points cannot be earned on Velocity Reward Seat bookings. Codeshare services marketed or operated by partner airlines are not eligible for this offer. The number of bonus Velocity Points is determined by fare class purchased and route flown. Bonus Velocity Points will be earned in addition to base Velocity Points earned. For Eligible Flights between Australia and any of Tokyo, Hong Kong or Los Angeles, Velocity members will earn 20,000 bonus Velocity Points for Business class return or 10,000 bonus Points one way (fare classes J, C, D, I), 12,000 bonus Points for Premium Economy class return or 6,000 bonus Points one way (fare classes R, W, O), 10,000 bonus Points for Freedom return or 5,000 bonus Points one way (fare classes K, H, B, Y), and 5,000 bonus Points for Getaway/Elevate/Light/Group return or 2,500 bonus Points one way (fare classes M, S, T, Q, V, N, E, L, G). Virgin Australia flights between Australia and Tokyo (Haneda) commence from 29 March 2020.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Come on Virgin that hurts, wanted to fly the family to LAX on the 13th DEC and return 20 Jan.:(

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    Got no idea what I'm doing this year but better to activate than miss out. Cheers OP.

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    Given so many classes (for economy), how do we know which class we book?

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      Most end up in S. Have your travel agent check or if you're booking online, check the tiny fine print before hitting purchase.

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    Are the points even worth the higher cost of booking through them?

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      some people prefer to fly them, or have a work policy to use an airline. Might as well earn more points :)

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        When I looked yesterday booking direct with Virgin was more expensive than going through the cheapest 'flight site' (can't remember how much difference but somewhere in the $50-100 mel-lhr return).

        Seemed to be the cheapest airline offering 2 x 23kg bags in Economy.

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          Oh you mean booking through their site. Yeah, funny that. My site usually finds cheaper flights for say, Tiger, than going directly through Tiger as well. Go figure.

          Some companies have a policy of no OTAs - book direct or with travel agent. Depends on the person I guess!

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            @beatthatflight: and presumably the booking site gets a kickback (otherwise why bother running the site). Actually I booked Tuesday. Today cheapest flight is $200 more (nicer flight though so not really comparable).

            OTA?

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              @wfdTamar: OTA = online travel agency (like the 'booking site' you refer to). Yes, even my one gets a (tiny) kickback. Although it's also fun to do!

              Have a great trip. I miss London, hoping for a visit through a contract in April. We'll see :)

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