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30% off Economy Class Domestic Redemptions @ Velocity Frequent Flyer


Received via email. Bookings until 08 Sep 2021 with change fees waived until 31 Jan 2021.

Get 30% off the Points amount required to redeem for Economy Class Reward Seats when you travel on Virgin Australia flights to some of our most popular domestic destinations*. Plus we’ll waive any fees for flight changes until 31 January 2021, so you can book with confidence.

Book by 20 October 2020 for travel until 08 September 2021*

Change fees waived

For Redemption bookings made on or after 15th May 2020 we’ll waive fees for any changes you make before 31 January 2021, or the date you travel (whichever is earlier). Fare differences may apply.

Book with confidence

If you cancel your redemption booking made between 15 May 2020 and 31 October 2020, we’ll refund your Points/cash in full to the original form of payment (except for any booking or credit card fees).

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  • Great deal, thanks for posting OP.

    If only I was able to get on a plane to be with my family.

    Sigh. Coming on 9 months now with no end in sight.

  • Nice joke.

  • How does this work? I purchased some MEL-CAIRNS flights for Dec/Jan a few months ago for 108,600 points (2 people). Same flights now are 103600… not much of a discount. If the 30% had been applied I would have cancelled my original tickets and purchased new ones…

    • 108,600 for 2 people MEL-CNS seems pretty high for Economy Rewards.
      Checking this sale it should be 49,600 + $168.16 (or 78,000 inc).

      Are you looking at Direct Economy Rewards flights?
      (Unsure if direct flights are flying in Dec)

      • We're talking peak time between Christmas and the first week of Jan :) Virgin have pulled all direct flights, both ways are now via Brissy. And I wanted to use points not points and pay because I have 300k in points that are going unused for the near future!
        Still not seeing a 30% discount unfortunately.


    Are virgin not becoming a budget airline?

  • I don't have the email. It's this targeted?

  • how do you tell if a fare has the discount applied?
    The flights im looking at don't indicate whether its the normal fare or promo.