Receive 500 Virgin America Elevate Points For a Few Seconds of Effort — If…

Virgin America aircraft parked at the gates at San Francisco International Airport on August 14, 2012. Photograph by FlyerTalk member Carfield. Click on the photograph for a trip report written by Carfield.


You can receive 500 Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program points for only a few seconds of your time and effort by entering a contest to win two tickets for a “stylish ride” on Singapore Airlines to either Tokyo, Hong Kong or Seoul as part of the extension of the partnership of Virgin America with Singapore Airlines — which was officially announced today — but only if you are a member of facebook.
The 500 bonus Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program points are expected to be credited to your account within three weeks at the most.
You must be a Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program member to participate, and you must “like” the Virgin America facebook “page” and submit your member information for the promotion through March 31, 2013. This promotion is limited to one bonus award per person, and only one bonus award will be credited per Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program account.
Other terms and conditions may apply.
It is a great promotion for those who are Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program members and have a facebook account — but as I said with the recent 1,000 bonus Club Carlson Gold Points promotion, as a person who does not have a facebook account, I will pass on this promotion. I realize that this is a contradiction to the specific purpose of this promotion, but there should be an alternate method of earning those 500 bonus Virgin America Elevate frequent flier loyalty program points available for those who eschew facebook…

One thought on “Receive 500 Virgin America Elevate Points For a Few Seconds of Effort — If…”

  1. DCBob says:

    Sorry, but not to have a Facebook account based on some silly principle means you will miss out on plenty of great promotions. You don’t even have to use your real name on Facebook or have any friends on it, so just what is the big deal about “eschewing” Facebook at your own expense? You are of course free to do what you want, but this one is mystifying…

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