NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/19/13 -- Travelers looking for a last-minute vacation or planning next year's trips can save up to $300 on land only and air-inclusive tours and vacation packages worldwide with Virgin Vacations' special 3-day flash sale August 21 through August 23.
Savings apply to most of the company's worldwide tours and independent packages for travel anytime through December 2014.
•Passengers who purchase an escorted tour of $2,000 or more save $200 on the entire booking by using Promo Code VNC13HOT200. •Purchases over $4,000 or more receive $300 off with promo code VNC13HOT300.
Independent Vacation Packages:
•Travelers save $100 on independent vacation packages bookings of $1,500 or more with promo code VNC13HOT100. •Purchases over $3,000 or more receive $200 off with promo code VNC13HOT150.
Flash Sale savings are applicable on new bookings only, and are not combinable with other Virgin Vacations promotions. Promo codes are based on total purchase, with one promo code per booking or order, and are subject to space availability. Some exclusions and restrictions apply.
For Bookings and "Red Alerts" ahead of the general public
To book a vacation, or to learn more about Exclusive Deals ahead of the general public, travelers are invited to join Virgin Vacations' Red Alert email list by visiting http://specials.virgin-vacations.com, or by phoning (888) 937-8474.
About Virgin Vacations
Virgin Vacations offers a wide selection of escorted tours, river and sea cruises, and independent packages worldwide, available with or without air fare on Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Australia and Virgin America, as well as other international airline partners. Virgin Vacations travelers can enroll in Virgin Atlantic's Flying Club or Virgin America's Elevate frequent flyer programs, and earn points for the land portion.
For information on other worldwide destinations available through Virgin Vacations, visit www.virgin-vacations.com. As a member of the U.S. Tour Operators Association, Virgin Vacations protects travelers' payments up to $1 Million through the USTOA Travelers Assistance Program.
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