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Who wants to be a (Virgin Points) millionaire?

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Virgin Money has launched a monthly prize draw offering current account customers the chance to win a million Virgin Points as well as a case of wine.

Each month through to September, one customer will have the chance to win a million Virgin Points to spend with rewards Club Virgin Red on experiences and treats.

Meanwhile, 25 customers each month will win a 12-bottle case of Virgin Wines worth £150 (please drink responsibly), or a non-alcoholic option worth £75.

To be in with a chance, customers need to log in to their Virgin Money mobile banking app, tap discover, then click the ‘Exclusive Rewards’ tile and enter the prize draw.

They’ll be asked a few details and will need to log in to their mobile app and make at least one transaction each month from May to September to be eligible for each prize draw.

New customers to its M Plus Account or Club M Account are also eligible and currently, it’s offering 20,000 Virgin Points as part of its current account switch incentive.

Current account customers get 2.02% AER variable on balances up to £1,000, plus 1% AER variable on their linked savings account on balances up to £25,000, as well as 0.50% AER variable on balances over £25,000.

Hugh Chater, chief commercial officer at Virgin Money, said: “We’re excited to reward new and existing current account customers with this exclusive prize draw in partnership with Virgin Red. We’re looking forward to finding our five Virgin Points millionaires and seeing how they will turn a million points into treats, trips and once in a lifetimes with Virgin Red.”

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