$25 for $100 Toward Round-Trip Air Travel Between Dallas-Fort Worth and San Francisco or Dallas-Fort Worth and Los Angeles with Virgin America

92% of 12 customers recommend

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Expires Jun 1st, 2011. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 Groupon per itinerary. Travel must be booked by 6/1/11. Must complete travel by 9/6/11. 7-day advanced purchase required. Blackout dates apply. Valid for non-refundable main cabin tickets only. Valid for routes beginning at DFW only. Complete terms apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Air travel has become the safest means of sky transportation, supplanting being launched by a catapult while wearing a plush animal costume and riding a racehorse tethered to a kite. Soar safely with today's Groupon: for $25, you get $100 toward round-trip air travel between Dallas-Fort Worth and San Francisco or Dallas-Fort Worth and Los Angeles with Virgin America. Fares are subject to availability and prices depend on flight dates and advance-booking time. All fares are subject to restrictions, taxes, and fees.

Named the best domestic airline for three consecutive years by both Travel + Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler, Virgin America boasts a fleet of all-new Airbus A320 and A319 planes that house a cavalcade of cabin comforts, including custom leather seats with a spacious 32-inch pitch in economy class, and international-grade white leather seats with a 55-inch pitch in first class. All seats also come equipped with 9-inch video touchscreens with keyboards and remote controls, 110-volt power outlets, and almond-butter churns. A pioneer of in-flight WiFi (for an additional fee), Virgin America allows tech-loving travelers to stay connected while lapping up the luxury of the airline's 12-shade cool pink-and-blue mood lighting, which creates an atmosphere that the Los Angeles Times compared to "an airborne discotheque."

Virgin America passengers also bask in a bevy of on-board amenities, including the innovative Red entertainment system, which allows guests to control what they eat, watch, and listen to via a touch-screen monitor and remote control. With a few taps on a screen and the entry of pi to 20 decimals, gain access to more than 20 complimentary TV shows, or sample a variety of on-demand movies, premium television (for an additional fee), video games, and a foot-tapping library boasting thousands of MP3s.

If rumbling bellies begin to drown out the sound of the engine, use Virgin America’s open-tab service to purchase a gourmet meal or snack (for additional fees ranging from $2 to $10), such as an artisanal cheese and fruit tray or curry chicken salad sandwich, or a chilled spirit from the drink menu.

Reviews

Zagat named Virgin America the top-rated midsize domestic airline for premium and economy seating in 2010. The Dallas Morning News and San Francisco Chronicle recently featured Virgin America. Eight-hundred-ninety Yelpers give the airline an average of 4 stars and more than 85,560 Facebookers are fans.

  • I love flying Virgin. I'm always entertained, the staff is great, and the atmosphere always gets me excited to go wherever my destination is taking me. – Roenna N., Yelp, 2/28/11
  • Yay for free WiFi and aesthetically pleasing features like the lounge-type lighting inside the planes. – Amy X., Yelp, 2/8/11

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