Cheap Flights during Virgin America’s 2-Day Sale (Ends Tomorrow)

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Virgin America has another 2-day sale happening and it ends tomorrow! To get the deal all flights must be booked by tomorrow and flown by May 15. It’s a perfect opportunity to book inexpensive flights for spring break or graduation.

The sale also includes direct flights out of LAX to Las Vegas for $49, a new route that Virgin recently announced that will begin on April 22.

Sample sale fares reflect one way costs departing from either city and start at:

         Portland ←→ Los Angeles  $79

            Seattle ←→ Los Angeles $89

        Portland ←→   Las Vegas $79

   New York ←→  Seattle $149

San Francisco ←→ Los Angeles $59

Elevate points from Virgin’s awards program can be used to book any of these flights starting at 2,233 points.

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Check with Virgin Airlines for a complete list of departure locations!



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Rand Shoaf

Rand Shoaf

Introduced to traveling at a young age, Rand has since traveled to over 45 countries. Learning how to maximize credit card sign-up bonuses in college has allowed him to earn millions of travel miles and points. Using the same tips and tricks he writes about here has ultimately allowed him to explore the word for pennies on the dollar.

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