Virgin America Launches Visa Signature Card
Virgin America, the U.S.-based airline partially owned by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, is set to launch a Visa Signature credit card that will give cardholders the ability to earn the airline’s Elevate frequent flyer points for card purchases.
The Virgin America Visa will offer triple Elevate points on Virgin America purchases, and 1 point per dollar on all other purchases. Those who sign up by November 30 and use the card by January 31, 2009 will also get a bonus of a free one-way ticket on Virgin America.
Virgin America is a newer airline, launched in August of 2007 and based out of San Francisco. While it is partially owned by Branson’s Virgin Group, it is not connected with the larger Virgin Atlantic that calls London home.
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