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Win one million Membership Rewards points and one million Virgin Points

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Two easy competitions to enter:

Win 1 million American Express Membership Rewards points

If you have an American Express Preferred Reward Gold card, American Express is keen for you to download the Amex Experiences app.

One cardholder will win 1 million points simply for trying it out.

Holders of The Platinum Card have had access to the Amex Experiences app for some time, making it very easy (perhaps too easy, given subsequent demand) to apply for tickets to Platinum events. Gold cardmembers now get access to their own events, offers and competitions.

If you have Amex Gold and have downloaded the Amex Experiences app, or do so, you will see a form in the app to complete.

You need to submit this by 7th December for your chance to win 1 million Membership Rewards points (worth 1 million Avios, of course, or lots of other bits and pieces).

Win 1 million Virgin Points

Not to be outdone, Virgin Red is offering its own competition to win 1 million Virgin Points.

There will be three winners and you have until 11th December to enter.

Open the Virgin Red app and you should see a link somewhere on the home page. There is one quiz question to answer (it’s not tricky) and that’s it. You don’t even need to input your personal details.

How to earn Virgin Points from UK credit cards

How to earn Virgin Points from UK credit cards (April 2024)

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):

Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Mastercard

15,000 bonus points and 1.5 points for every £1 you spend Read our full review

Virgin Atlantic Reward Mastercard

A generous earning rate for a free card at 0.75 points per £1 Read our full review

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.

American Express Preferred Rewards Gold

Your best beginner’s card – 20,000 points, FREE for a year & four airport lounge passes Read our full review

The Platinum Card from American Express comes with 40,000 Membership Rewards points, which convert into 40,000 Virgin Points.

The Platinum Card from American Express

40,000 bonus points and a huge range of valuable benefits – for a fee Read our full review

Small business owners should consider the two American Express Business cards. Points convert at 1:1 into Virgin Points.

American Express Business Platinum

40,000 points sign-up bonus and an annual £200 Amex Travel credit Read our full review

American Express Business Gold

20,000 points sign-up bonus and FREE for a year Read our full review

Click here to read our detailed summary of all UK credit cards which earn 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.)

Comments (29)

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  • Indy500 says:

    I am a supplementary cardholder on my wife’s Gold card. I assume only the main cardholder can enter the promotion?

    • Rob says:

      Good question. I would assume if you can log into the app using your Amex registration details then it would count.

      • Indy500 says:

        Doesn’t work. See this at last stage:
        “I confirm that I am the main account holder on an active and valid American Express® Preferred Rewards Gold Card *”
        Oh well… 😉

  • cinereus says:

    Why would you need to enter your personal details when you are logged into an account you created by providing your personal details?

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