Fly Virgin America for Less

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Through Living Social you can purchase a discounted voucher to use on a Virgin America flight between now and February 28, 2014. This is a decent deal where you can get up to $50 off your flight.

  • $25 for $75 to spend on round-trip airfare for long haul flights ($50 discount)
  • $15 for $50 to spend on round-trip airfare for medium haul flights ($35 discount)
  • $10 for $25 to spend on round-trip airfare for short haul flights ($15 discount)

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This is an interesting deal and great for those that fly Virgin America often, however, my assumption is that they cannot be combined with the 20% off discount codes that are frequently available. You also must book your flight by November 18, 2014, so this is really only good for those who are planning on booking a trip in the next few weeks. And while you can travel through February 28, 2015, there are a few black out dates. They include: All Sunday, plus 11/7, 11/10, 11/20-12/2, 12/18-1/6, 1/16, 1/19, 2/13, and 2/16.

You can check out the Living Social site to see which routes fall within the short, medium, and long hall range. Short hauls are nonstops up to 700-mile, medium hauls are nonstop or connecting flights between 701 and 1,600 miles, and long hauls are more than 1,600-mile nonstop or connecting flights.

Also, if you do not redeem your voucher by November 18, 2014 then the amount paid will be converted into Living Social deal bucks. So this means if you purchased the $75 off travel for $25, you will get $25 in deal bucks to use on a future Living Social purchase. This means if you purchase this deal and end up not using it, there is no real loss.

Will you be taking advantage of this deal?

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