Citi ThankYou Transfer Bonus for Virgin Atlantic
Citi has launched a new transfer bonus today for Virgin Atlantic. Through October 15th, you can get 30% more points when you transfer to the Virgin Atlantic Flying Club program. Check out the details below.
Get 30% Bonus Virgin Points when you transfer points through 11:59PM EST on October 15th, 2023. For example, if you transfer 1,000 Citi ThankYou points, you will receive a total of 1,300 Virgin Points. Bonus points will be awarded by Virgin Atlantic in your Flying Club account when your transfer is complete. You can transfer Citi ThankYou Points here.
- Transfer ThankYou Points to Virgin Atlantic and receive 30% Bonus Virgin Points.
- Offer is valid for Point Transfer to Virgin Atlantic completed by 11:59 PM ET October 14, 2023.
More Transfer Options
Virgin Atlantic is one of the few carriers that is a transfer partner with most major points currencies. You can get more Virgin Points by transferring from:
- American Express Membership Rewards
- Capital One Rewards
- Chase Ultimate Rewards
- Citi ThankYou Rewards
- Marriott Bonvoy
This is a good opportunity for those that need more Virgin Points. You can now transfer 1,000 Citi ThankYou Points points and receive 1,300 Virgin Points. As a reminder, Virgin Points never expire, so you can take advantage of this promotion even if you don’t need to make an immediate booking. However, it’s best not to transfer speculatively, because these transfers are not reversible.
The best use of Virgin Points is probably with ANA. Make sure you are familiar with the program, and see what value you can get, before transferring points. Virgin Voyages cruises are also a good option during some of the great promotions they have run recently. Once a transfer is done, there’s no going back.
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