HFP / Virgin Atlantic deal: £50 gift card with your booking + economy fare sale

Head for Points (and a few other websites) have teamed up with Virgin Atlantic to offer their readers a £50 gift card for every flight booking of £1200 or more by 9th July.

This offer happily coincides with the current Virgin Atlantic economy fare sale, of which more below.

The £50 gift cards you can choose from are:

Amazon

Argos

Virgin Experience Days

Debenhams

It is a two stage process.  You must follow this link and fill out your name and email address before making your booking to receive the £50 gift card with any transaction over £1,200.

This deal expires on 9th July.

The offer cannot be combined with any other offers, vouchers, discount or promotion codes and is not applicable for flight and hotel bookings.

New York Brooklyn Bridge

Virgin Atlantic Economy fare sale

To coincide with this £50 gift voucher deal, Virgin Atlantic has launched a sale with pretty good Economy fares to key destinations in the US.

These fares are included in the gift card offer as long as your total spend (not per person) is over £1,200.

The offers are:

New York: Return flights from £399 (departures before 21st June or 17th August – 29th March)

San Francisco: Return flights from £462 (departures between 29th October 2017 – 12th December 2017 and 25th December 2017 – 29th March 2018)

Los Angeles: Return flights from £432 (departures between 29th October 2017 – 12th December 2017 and 25th December 2017 – 29th March 2018)

Boston: Return flights from £338 (departures between 29th October 2017 – 12th December 2017 and 25th December 2017 – 29th March 2018)

Orlando: Return flights from £401 (departures between 29th October 2017 – 12th December 2017 and 25th December 2017 – 29th March 2018)

Flights need to be booked by 11th July and the travel dates are restricted.  However, you’ll need to book by 9th July to get your £50 gift card.

The sale website to book is here.

(Want to earn more Virgin Flying Club miles?  Click here to see our recent articles on Virgin Atlantic and Flying Club and click here for our home page with the latest news on earning and spending other airline and hotel points.)

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Comments

  1. Doug M says:

    I always find Virgin offers underwhelming.

  2. Joseph says:

    Bit OT but does anyone have any suggestions as to the easiest way to earn 25 Virgin tier points? I travel a few times a year to the US and tend to do a mix of BA and Virgin. With the Virgin Flying Club changes last year I was resigned to losing my silver status (especially since points would no longer be earned on Virgin America) but discovered unexpectedly that after an LA return flight next month I will in fact be only 25 points short. Am I right in saying there are no domestic (UK) earning options?
    Unfortunately I have already booked my quota of US flights for the rest of the year already in the sales. I need to qualify by early August and most US flights are quite pricey then.

  3. No regular BA sale this month? (usually one in June each year, in 2016 it began on 16th June)

  4. it’s cute that they think £400 to New York is a “sale”

  5. aww was hoping for a rewards sale, rather than cash :(

  6. I tried to book flights with Virgin and they wouldn’t accept. Spending GBP 1800. Don’t recognise HFP.