One week left to earn up to 30,000 Virgin Points welcome bonus with Virgin Atlantic Reward Card

May 30, 2022

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The recently increased sign-up bonuses for the Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Mastercard ends on 6 June 2022, here’s what you should know so you don’t miss out.

As we shared a the beginning of May, the sign-up bonus for the premium Virgin Atlantic Reward+ Credit Card has currently increased from 15,000 Virgin Points to a massive 30,000 Virgin Points. You’ll need to spend £3,000 within 90 days of activating your card. Note that there is a £160 annual fee for this card, but it earns 1.5 Virgin Points for each purchase.

Those 30,000 Virgin Points are worth an impressive £360 at TPG’s current valuations.

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Related: How to earn and use 100,000 Virgin Points

Note that you cannot receive this bonus if you are an existing Virgin Atlantic credit cardholder, and you also cannot have closed another credit card issued by Virgin Money in the past six months. Virgin Money cards are not subject to the same restrictions that American Express recently introduced.

Related: Virgin Red launches with new ways to earn and spend Virgin Points

While this card may not have as many additional travel benefits as some of the American Express U.K. cards, they are a great option to pair with an Amex card for those situations where American Express may not be accepted and you don’t want to miss out on earning points and miles.

What can you do with these Virgin Points? Read our complete guide to the Virgin Atlantic Flying Club programme here.

To get the bonus you’ll need to apply for this card here by 6 June 2022.

Featured image by Josh Gribben / The Points Guy.

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