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Special discount code for Virgin Atlantic economy flights to the Caribbean, Orlando and Las Vegas

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Virgin Atlantic has launched two new offers for Economy travel this Winter:

£60 Virgin Atlantic Caribbean discount

Save up to £60 off Economy flights to the Caribbean

If you want to travel to the Caribbean later this year, you can save up to £60 on your flights with a special promo code.

Routes included in this offer are:

Gatwick to Barbados

Gatwick to Antigua

Gatwick to Saint Lucia

Gatwick to Grenada

Gatwick to Tobago

Gatwick to Jamaica

Manchester to Barbados

You will get £40 off Economy Classic and £60 off Economy Delight. We reviewed Economy Delight, Virgin Atlantic’s best Economy, product hereThis article (click) explains why, because you earn so many extra Flying Club miles from Economy Delight, it can actually work out a better deal than Economy Light or Economy Clasic!

The promo code CA704 must be used when booking via this special booking page.

Flight bookings must be made here by 16th July 2018 for travel from 22nd August 2018.

Virgin Atlantic Las Vegas deals

Save up to £75 off Economy flights to Orlando and Las Vegas

Virgin Atlantic‘s new special flight fares to Orlando and Las Vegas do not need a promo code and can be booked on this website.  Depending on your choice of Economy product you can save up to £75 when booking your flights by 15th July 2018.

The special fares are valid on flights from London or Manchester to Orlando and Las Vegas.

As an example the lead prices for flights from London to Orlando are:

£390 return on Economy Light
£395 return on Economy Classic
£495 return on Economy Delight

The travel period from London to Orlando or Las Vegas is:

Outbound 28th October – 11th December, 24th December – 29th March

Inbound 29th October – 31st December, 7th January – 6th April

Manchester to Orlando flight fares start from:

£405 return on Economy Light
£410 return on Economy Classic
£510 return on Economy Delight

The travel periods for flights from Manchester to Orlando are 28th October – 12th December and 25th December 2018 – 23rd March 2019.

The travel period for flights from Manchester to Las Vegas is 31st August – 27th October 2018.

All flights to Orlando and Las Vegas must be booked by 15th July.

The Orlando and Las Vegas booking page is here

How to earn Virgin Atlantic miles from UK credit cards

As a reminder, there are various ways of earning Virgin Flying Club miles from UK credit cards.  Many cards also have generous sign-up bonuses!

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn Virgin Flying Club miles.  That page is regularly updated with the latest special offers and will still be accurate even if you are reading this article months after publication.

(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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  1. What is the earned mileage difference between Classic and Delight for the London to Orlando fares? (I’m not being lazy here, I looked on the Virgin website and it wasn’t clear – just showed a range of 50-150% for classic). If it is 50% vs 150% of 8,000+ miles return, then Delight looks to be a fairly obvious decision.

    • It shows during the booking process. They were all 50% originally, not sure if Virgin has started to flex it.

  2. Mr Dee says:

    With delight you can upgrade to Upper Class with miles apparently, do you know how many?

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