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The Only Three Cyber Monday Airfare Sales We Care About

November 26, 2012 at 12:09 PM | by | ()

As much as it pains us to type the words "Cyber Monday," it's true that there are enough travel deals out there to make the term stick a bit. Here's a few worth mentioning:

· Virgin America private jet to CES:
$49,000 gets you VX's #nerdbird, an A320 that'll bear a design of your choosing for one month. Oh yeah, and you'll get a roundtrip flight for 136 guests from San Francisco to Las Vegas for 2013 CES—the world's largest consumer electronics show—on that plane.

The trip will come complete with free onboard Gogo WiFi, Elevate Silver status for all guests, Elevate Gold for the purchaser +1, and all 136 CES passes and keynote tickets will be taken care of. We seriously dare you to find a private jet company that can beat this deal. They just can't, especially when it comes to the addition of the custom livery! Buy it on Gilt City. AMEX Centurion cards were practically made for moments like this.

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Got $60,000? Then You've Got a Private Roundtrip Flight (and More) on Virgin America

November 28, 2011 at 10:00 AM | by | ()

This could be yours

In the only bit of "Cyber Monday" news worth mentioning (you won't hear us say those words again today, by the way), Virgin America is working together with Gilt City to offer private flights on their Airbus A320s to anywhere they fly (in the US).

That's right—you can have the plane to yourself or bring along 145 friends, so long as you've got $60,000 (inclusive of taxes and fees) to shell out for the round-trip experience. But that's not all! Virgin America will also throw in the naming rights to one of their planes, in-flight catering on your trip, and flight crew (duh) while Gilt City passes out an amenity to each passenger.

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Gilt City and Virgin America Hope You Like Your Flights Hot, Sexy and in Bulk

August 3, 2011 at 4:15 PM | by | ()

Wow. The airlines are really embracing group-buying discount sites. First it was Virgin America selling their Chicago flights like hotcakes on Groupon, then everyone from Frontier to Southwest offered deals, then Delta hooked up with LivingSocial and now we're full circle back to Virgin America.

Just announced today, Virgin America is offering discounts on their Main Cabin Select seats if you bulk-buy flights via Gilt City. The demographic pairing is perfect, obviously.

Anyway, here's the deal(s):

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