Book A Virgin Australia Flight For The Chance To Win 10 Million Points

by Zac George
a close up of a seat

It’s no doubt a tough time for Virgin Australia and has been for some time. Because of this, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see quite a few interesting and well-planned promotions being introduced as a away to win over some customers and try to increase passenger numbers and keep members loyal. Promotions are a great way to not only attract new flyers to the program but also give some incentive to members of the airline already. The airline is pretty well known for their points promotions and especially giveaways. The airline runs the giveaways quite often with the most recent one being in October of 2019 offering the same amount of points.

Until March 23rd, book a Virgin Australia flight for the chance to win 10 Million points. This is also being coupled with a 35% sale on domestic services.

a row of seats on an airplane

Virgin Australia A330 Business Class

Book A Virgin Australia Flight For The Chance To Win 10 Million Points

As with all of the promotion posts I write about, below I’ve listed all of the important information you’re going to want to be aware of:

  • You must book a Virgin Australia flight by 11:59 pm on the 23rd of March
  • You must activate the offer before purchasing and booking your flights. You can activate the offer right here
  • The travel periods for this offer are from the 23rd of March until the 9th of February, 2021
  • If you happen to be a winner of the promotion, except that points may take up to 6 weeks until they appear in your Velocity account
  • One booking means one entry in the competition, sadly the number of bookings you make doesn’t affect the number of entries you receive
a white airplane in the sky

Virgin Australia 737

While it’s nice to see the airline running another promotion, I’d dare say this giveaway will be nowhere near as successful as the previous one and that’s all down to the current COVID-19 crises. Australia has already implemented new security measures for all arriving international travellers, so I suspect the actual amount of people heading overseas now would be terribly low.

Not only have we announced restrictions, but countries and airlines are saying how uncertain this is and it may require even more steps to be taken to ensure the spreading stops.

Will you be booking any flights in the coming weeks/months?

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