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Frequent Flyer Necker Island Getaway up for grabs

by andrew August 2010 - last edited February 2013 by Community Manager

We've been daydreaming about the Caribbean lately and these island fantasies inevitably lead to thoughts of the ultimate getaway spot: Necker, Sir Richard Branson’s own private paradise in the British Virgin Islands.

 

Bali Hi house on Necker Island

A heavenly hideaway with 74 acres of seclusion…staying in a private Balinese-style house, surrounded by pristine white beaches and coral-filled turquoise waters, Necker offers its guests the absolute pinnacle of luxury.

 

Of course, very, very few people are actually familiar with this unique and exclusive experience. However, if you’re a frequent flyer with Virgin Atlantic, you may just be in with a chance of receiving the full Necker treatment...

 

Bali houses on Necker Island

An amazing new partnership between Virgin Atlantic, Virgin America, Virgin Blue and V Australia means Virgin Flying Club (join here) members can now earn more air miles and points when travelling with any of the partner airlines.

As an extra celebratory gesture, members who fly with Virgin Atlantic and at least one other Virgin Group partner airline between now and January 31st2011 will be entered into a sensational prize draw to win a 7 night stay for two on Necker!

 

For prize draw registration and terms and conditions, click here.

 

Sunset Point on Necker Island


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TheCaribbeanJ
August 2010
Maxine Sheppard Yesterday we told you how Virgin Atlantic Flying Club members can register for an amazing prize draw to win an incredible 7 night stay on Necker Island, Sir Richard Branson’s own private
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Andrew Bowman

Andrew is an occasional contributor to the Virgin Atlantic blog. He lived in the Japanese countryside for two years until he could no longer resist the pull of London's galleries, pubs and clubs. He likes to pretend he can speak Japanese and also sometimes writes about music.