Virgin America – Up to 25% off to Hawaii and Mexico. (Ex: San Francisco – Maui for $280).

Virgin America is running a 2 day 25% off promotion to Hawaii and Mexico. The best deal will be to Maui as Virgin America’s Mexican fares are generally OK from California.

Use promo code VACAY25 and book on Virgin America.



Terms of the promotion are:

  • This offer expires on March 29, 2016 at 11:59 p.m. PT.
  • This offer is valid for nonstop or connecting travel for Hawaii and Mexico; offer is not valid on any multi-city itineraries.
  • Travel must occur between April 6, 2016 and June 11, 2016.
  • One time use promo code is valid in Main Cabin only.
  • Promo code is valid for a 25% discount off the base fare on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
  • Promo code is valid for a 15% discount off the base fare on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Blackout dates are 5/27/16 & 5/30/16.
  • Promo code applies to newly booked travel and may not be applied to prior bookings. Promo code discount will be deducted off of base fare
  • Use promo code VACAY25 to receive the discount.
  • Book on Virgin America.

Using the promo code:

San Francisco - Maui: $280

San Francisco – Maui: $280


San Francisco - Cancun: $265

San Francisco – Cancun: $265


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4 Responses to "Virgin America – Up to 25% off to Hawaii and Mexico. (Ex: San Francisco – Maui for $280)."

  1. Chris says:

    Not giving 25% off for Chicago to Maui. Only giving about 12.5% discount when applying code

    • Chris says:

      Called in to VA and eventually spoke to a supervisor. She said that this is a hidden code and that she was having a hard time finding it, but she eventually found it. After she reviewed the T&C’s she said she could do a manual override for the full 25%. One T&C she may have missed, was that this only applies to flights originating out of the Western US. However the code was still accepted and gave a discount, albeit only 12.5%. For reference I am in Denver and was connected to their Portland or Seattle call center, I can’t remember which.

  2. molly denison says:

    Hello, I was wondering where you can put in the promo code, I can’t seem to find the right place. Thanks!!

    • The Flight Deal says:

      @molly – at the flight selection screen, on the right hand side, mid screen, you should see a promo code textbox


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