This means that you will receive 325 Virgin miles per £1 of Tesco vouchers, compared to the usual 250.
There is also a separate promotion offering 2,500 Virgin miles if you choose to set your Tesco account to auto-convert to Virgin Flying Club each quarter.
I do not recommend this, though, as it is better to keep hold of your vouchers until a decent conversion bonus comes along. If you do want to do it, perhaps with a dormant Clubcard account, log-in to the Clubcard website and go ‘My Clubcard Account’ and ‘My Preferences’.
Details of the conversion bonus, and the web page to order from, are here.
If you are not familiar with Virgin Flying Club, please do NOT jump in and convert a large pile of vouchers without doing your research.
My original article on the offer is here. That post contains a substantive discussion on the pros and cons of diversifying into Virgin Flying Club alongside Avios points.
How to earn Virgin Points from UK credit cards (February 2023)
As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Virgin Points from UK credit cards. Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses.
You can choose from two official Virgin Atlantic credit cards (apply here, the Reward+ card has a bonus of 15,000 Virgin Points):
You can also earn Virgin Points from various American Express cards – and these have sign-up bonuses too.
American Express Preferred Rewards Gold is FREE for a year and comes with 20,000 Membership Rewards points, which convert into 20,000 Virgin Points.
The Platinum Card from American Express comes with 30,000 Membership Rewards points, which convert into 30,000 Virgin Points.
Small business owners should consider the two American Express Business cards. Points convert at 1:1 into Virgin Points.
(Want to earn more Virgin Points? 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.)