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For just the second time in Head for Points history, we are giving away one million points to one lucky reader!

We have teamed up with Virgin Red to run an exclusive competition for HfP readers.

Tomorrow, Sunday 30th, is the last day to enter.

Virgin Red is Virgin’s Group-wide rewards club where you can earn and / or spend points across Virgin companies & other brands you love, including:

  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Virgin Voyages
  • Virgin Limited Edition
  • Virgin Experience Days
  • Virgin Hotels
  • Virgin Wines
  • The Virgin Red Room at the AO Arena, Manchester
  • John Lewis
  • M&S
  • SpaceNK
  • Bloom and Wild
  • Lego
  • …. and Greggs!

When you sign up to Virgin Red, you can earn and spend Virgin Points with Virgin Red’s partners. All of your Virgin Points sit in one place rather than being spread out across the separate companies.

It’s free to join Virgin Red and your points will never expire.

If you already have a Virgin Flying Club account, you can join Virgin Red and link the two accounts. Your existing points balance will show in your Virgin Red account.

What does one million Virgin Points get you?

With 1,000,000 points our lucky winner can call the shots and choose from hundreds of rewards on Virgin Red!

Some of the bigger rewards won’t empty your points balance. For a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you have the opportunity to stay in unique retreats and luxury hotels around the world with Virgin Limited Edition.

Mont Rochelle

You could stay at Mont Rochelle, South Africa and enjoy the finest of wines in an idyllic setting, available for two from just 110,000 points for three nights. Wind down with a soothing dip in the outdoor pool or a trip to the spa for some TLC. For the more adventurous, take a hike or rent a bike and explore 100 acres of breath-taking scenery.

Other Virgin Limited Edition experiences include:

  • Kasbah Tamadot – a Moroccan retreat in the High Atlas Mountains, from 220,000 points for three nights based on two people sharing
  • Ulusaba – a luxury safari lodge in the private Sabi Sand game reserve, bordering the Kruger National Park, from 540,000 points for three nights based on two people sharing
  • Mahali Mzuri – an even wilder 12-tented safari camp in in Kenya’s Maasai Mara, from 540,000 points for three nights based on two people sharing

Wherever you’re going, you can use your Virgin Points to redeem flights on Virgin Atlantic or any of Virgin Atlantic’s new SkyTeam partners including Delta Air Lines, Air France, KLM, Korean Air, Vietnam Airlines and more. A long-haul redemption in Upper Class will cost you between 75,000 and 155,000 Virgin Points per person, return, plus taxes and charges.

If you’d rather redeem closer to home, you can spend your points on concert tickets for the Virgin Red Room at the AO Arena in Manchester, West End theatre tickets with London Theatre Direct, or any number of Virgin Experience Days experiences, such as a Top Gun flying experience in a real fighter jet.

You can also spend your Virgin Points on cases of wine with Virgin Wines or, if you’re feeling peckish, a Greggs sausage roll!

How to join Virgin Red

As we’re giving away Virgin Points, you’ll need a Virgin Red account to enter the competition and to redeem the points if you win.

If you are already a Virgin Atlantic Flying Club member, Virgin Red unlocks more ways to earn and spend points. All you need to do is join Virgin Red and link your existing Flying Club account. You will also be able to monitor your Virgin Points transactions via the Virgin Red app instead of having to log in to the Flying Club website.

If you are not a Virgin Atlantic Flying Club member, Virgin Red is still for you. You can join and access hundreds of ways to earn and spend with Virgin companies and beyond. Rewards start from just 200 Virgin Points so you don’t need to be a big spender or a big flyer to get yourself a treat.

Virgin Red is free to join and open to anyone in the UK or US aged 18+.

How to enter

The competition is open to new and existing Virgin Red members.

If you are already a Virgin Red member, then simply fill out the widget below (or click here) with the same email you are registered on Virgin Red with to be in with the chance to win one million Virgin Points.

If you are not an existing Virgin Red member, then enter the competition below and make sure you use the same email to register for a new Virgin Red account HERE.

Entries close at midnight on Sunday 30th April so don’t delay. Good luck.

Key terms and conditions

Please read the full Terms & Conditions in the entry widget. You must be a UK resident aged 18+, and physically present in the UK, to enter. Only one entry per person is allowed.

Please note:

  • Virgin Red membership is required. To become a member of the Virgin Red programme participants must accept and comply with the terms and conditions of use which can be found here. Please ensure that you sign up for Virgin Red with the same email address that you used to enter the competition on the Head for Points website.
  • The prize is as stated and there is no cash alternative available. The prize is non-transferable and cannot be resold. Unless otherwise agreed in writing by Virgin Red, the points prize will only be awarded to the winner.

If you don’t see the entry widget or a button below, click here to enter.

Win 1 MILLION Virgin Points

Comments (7)

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  • Chas says:

    Does anyone know if the e-mail address you use for Virgin Red needs to match that used for Virgin Atlantic?

  • David S says:

    Can’t access from overseas using a VPN. System says I’m trying to access from a Data Centre. Sadly, same outcome without using a VPN.

  • Chrisdf says:

    Entered, look forward to my 3333 Greggs sausage rolls

  • Vasto says:

    It’s not letting me enter, when I press save it tells me the email is invalid, yet it’s the one I use to sign in to my Virgin Red account.

    • Rob says:

      The system seems to dislike some suffixes which seem to be spam related (in general) – there are also known .me issues.

  • Mark says:

    Fingers crossed 🤞

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