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One day, and one day only. Whatever your relationship status, there’s no better thing to do on February 14th than book travel. Virgin Atlantic are offering a one day only sale, with up to £279 of savings on Premium Economy to the US. And yes, they serve bubbles there. Flights to top US destinations start at just £669 round trip, and are actually easy to upgrade to Upper Class!

The Deals

Virgin Atlantic is capitalizing on the worlds desire to empty their bank accounts on Valentines Day, whatever the reason may be. They’re offering deals from both London and Manchester to New York, Miami, Orlando, Washington DC, Los Angeles and Las Vegas starting at £669 in Premium Economy, round trip. These deals can easily be upgraded to Upper Class for 24,000 miles per person, each way. Here’s a guide to upgrading with Virgin Atlantic.

The Dates

Some blackouts may exist, but these deals are available for the duration of 2018. You’ll need to purchase at least 14 days in advance, and rumor has it these deals will be pulled after today. If you’re looking to travel, this is a reasonable way to score serious comfort.


Simply visit this dedicated booking page, highlighting the prices to each city. You can depart from London or Manchester with a wide variety of dates. New York for £669 is tough to beat and so is £799 for Los Angeles on the 787 Dreamliner. And if you’ve got some points, here’s a little article to tempt you into upgrading to Upper Class. Enjoy! Enjoy your trip!

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