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See The Killers with Virgin Points at The O2 from the new Virgin Red VIP box

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Back in May, Virgin Red took over a box at The O2 in London with seats to be made available to members for points.

This will replace the box at the AO Arena in Manchester which will close after the summer.

Virgin Red is now offering tickets for the six highly anticipated shows by The Killers over the next two weeks.

Virgin Red Room O2 London

The following shows are available as of 2pm Saturday at the bargain price of 30,000 Virgin Points for two people:

  • Thursday 4th July
  • Friday 5th July
  • Sunday 7th July
  • Monday 8th July
  • Wednesday 10th July
  • Thursday 11th July

This is what you need to know about the box:

  • the box contains 28 seats, so it is larger than the Marriott Bonvoy box at The O2
  • tickets are bookable with Virgin Points via the Virgin Red app
  • tickets come with access to the fast track entry lane at The O2
  • tickets come with two free drinks per person
  • food, and additional drinks, will be available for purchase in the box

There is one important point to note. The box has not been decorated yet. It has been stripped back to bare walls. It won’t be long now – we have been invited to a press preview of the new look in early August – but I suspect it won’t be done in time for The Killers.

If you do not have a Virgin Red account but do have a Virgin Flying Club account, you will need to download the Virgin Red app, sign up and link your Flying Club account. Your existing points balance will then be usable in the app. If you join Virgin Red via this referral link you will get 1,000 bonus points with your first earn transaction.

If you want to top up your Virgin Points for a future concert redemption, you now receive 18,000 Virgin Points as a sign-up bonus with the Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Mastercard. Our full review is here and you can apply here.

If you want to top up your balance by buying Virgin Points, the link is here. There is currently a 70% bonus on offer.


How to earn Virgin Points from UK credit cards

How to earn Virgin Points from UK credit cards (July 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 18,000 Virgin Points and the free card has a bonus of 3,000 Virgin Points):

Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Mastercard

18,000 bonus points and 1.5 points for every £1 you spend Read our full review

Virgin Atlantic Reward Mastercard

3,000 bonus points, no fee and 1 point for every £1 you spend 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 (to 27th August) £400 to spend at Amex Travel 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 (13)

  • freckles says:

    Saw them in Glasgow this week, it’s a fabulous show.

  • Kes says:

    Just wonder, would they allow my 15 and 17 daughters with me in Redroom?
    As there’s a bit unclear about under 18 in T&C – is it Virgin style adults only?

    • Rob says:

      O2 is fine with it, and Marriott was fine with it when I took my (then) 12 year old to their box. As long as someone is over 18 it should be fine. It won’t be fine if no-one is over 18. There is no free flow self pour alcohol.

  • Katie says:

    Thanks Rob, just booked! 😁

  • Jo says:

    Are you able to book more than 2 tickets? If a family of 4, is there any option to select 4 tickets or do you just book twice and hope they are still available after you book the first two?

  • gundam says:

    Has anyone been to the Virgin suite and the the NinetyThird at O2? Are they comparable experiences?

    • Rob says:

      Not in the slightest, except for the stage view. Virgin is a small cocktail party for 28 in a little box.

      93rd was built with a huge budget (£10m IIRC), covers 1150 sq m and handles 200 across three bars, inc a champagne bar and high end cocktail bar, and a restaurant with Michelin pretensions.

      No difference in how you enter/exit o2 or reach the suites though.

      • gundam says:

        Thanks. I am looking forward to the ninetythird and trying to spend the £400 F&B!

  • A13 says:

    Incredible show on this tour.

  • Nathan says:

    Cheers Rob, booked! Good way to spend some of the stash of virgin points.

  • Andrew says:

    Booked!

    The priority lane though… anyone with O2 or Virgin mobile can use it. We’ve used it before and it’s as slow as any other.

    Have two standing tickets for the Weds for sale now on the AXS/O2 app… anyone interested? 😉

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