508 Virgin Flying Club miles for £4! THURSDAY ONLY

I am sneaking this in as a ‘day’ article because the arbitrage expires tonight!

If you have a Virgin Flying Club account, you probably got an email today promoting their new Virgin Trains deal.  Basically:

If you book a Virgin West Coast or Virgin East Coast ticket via the official websites before 31st July

…. and select Flying Club miles instead of Nectar points as your reward …..

…. you will receive 500 Virgin Flying Club miles with your first transaction during this period

. which will be credited by 31st August

The reason you book tonight is that the Virgin West Coast sale ends at midnight.

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And, during that sale, you can buy train tickets for as little as £4.  London to Birmingham is advertised at that price, one way.

So …. go to the Virgin West Coast website, book yourself a £4 train ticket, add in your Flying Club number and hopefully 508 Virgin Flying Club miles will arrive by the end of August.

Of course, if you actually need to book a West Coast or East Coast train ticket before the end of July, there is no rush!

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Comments

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  2. Andy S says:

    Very odd. I didn’t get the email about 500 bonus miles, nor the one about the sale extended. I did get the one about £4 fares. I have purchased through virgin trains recently. So I suspect it is only for those who haven’t purchased solely VT tickets before!

    • Colin JE says:

      I got the email but have bought tickets on both Virgin Trains and Virgin East Coast, and got poiints awarded to Virgin Atlantic in the past. It may be a quirk of their mailing. Surely worth a punt for £1.15 (child fare) if you hadn’t got the email?
      However, watch out for making sure it’s booked on the right website. Current thinking is that the Waverley to Haymarket 10.51 service is Virgin (West Coast) Trains, not East Coast, so needs to be booked on West Coast site.