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The Sydney Film Festival is once again upon us and this year Virgin Atlantic is getting involved.
From 10 to 19 June 2011, Virgin Atlantic are working with the official Festival Lounge partner, Grasshopper bar, to bring festival guests and the people of Sydney The Virgin Atlantic Hong Kong Hideaway, a small slice of Hong Kong in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
That’s one visual spectacle you won’t want to miss. From Tuesday 14 to Thursday 16, when you show your Flying Club card at the Lounge between 7.30pm and 8.30pm, you’ll get a complimentary Virgin Atlantic Red Head cocktail to enjoy in our exclusive VIP area!
As if that’s not enough, you could also win a trip to Hong Kong for next year’s Hong Kong Film Festival. Simply like our Facebook page and explain in 25 words why you’d like to go to the Hong Kong Film Festival in 2012
The Flying Club team
I wonder if it's extended to members with only their membership number/temp card. I haven't flown on VS yet or used their partners with the Flying Club account ...
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