50% Off Virgin America First and Premium Economy, 20% Off Economy

Via Conde’ Nast Traveler:


Today only, get 20 percent off any Virgin America economy seat using the promo code CONDENAST to fly between December 18, 2015 and February 24, 2016. Must book by December 8, 11:59 PST.


Ever wanted to enjoy the extra legroom? Here’s your chance. Get 50 percent off first class seats or main cabin select seats, which comes with priority security screening and boarding, two checked bags (a true luxury these days), in-flight Wi-Fi, Dean and Deluca snacks, and a massive selection of on-demand entertainment. Book using promo code DELACREME byDecember 10 to fly between December 18, 2015 and January 1, 2016.

If you’re looking for some inspiration, Virgin America recently started flying from San Francisco to Hawaii. Share this with a friend and book now at virginamerica.com.

The window for booking Virgin America first class isn’t particular long. I’m actually tempted to try it, because I’ve still never flown them and my impression is that their domestic first class seats are better than those of legacy carriers.

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  1. […] Today only you can get 50% off Virgin America First Class or Premium Economy for flights Dec 18-Jan 1 and 20% off Main Cabin for flights Dec 18-Feb 24, 2016. And some other fun Virgin America facts: if you’re in love with the flight attendants red heels, for a limited time you can get your own pair of the exclusive Stuart Weitzman pumps in Concourse Red. You can also take a tour of the plane via Google Street View! […]


  1. VA First Class between DCA and LAX/SFO is much, much better than United. From JFK to the west coast it is good, but the seats are not lie flat as United, American, and Delta are. Flight attendants are normally much better.

  2. Unfortunately anyone with an existing reservation is SOL if you want to buy up on your existing flights. Unlike UA you cannot purchase online and the telephone CSR told me that I would have to cancel my old ticket, pay a change fee of $100pp, and then purchase the new discounted ticket. As if anyone is that stupid. I am informed this is consistent with past practice. So much for rewarding loyal customers who are ready to provide additional revenue.

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