Velocity Gold, Platinum: free Servcorp CBD Business Lounge access

Velocity Gold, Platinum: free Servcorp CBD Business Lounge access

Virgin Australia’s Velocity Gold and Platinum members can now make free use of Servcorp Business Lounges in many cities popular with business travellers, while all Velocity members can earn points on selected Servcorp products and services.

Among the CBD locations to choose from: the MLC Centre in Sydney’s Martin Place, a Collins Street address in Melbourne and properties on Eagle Street in Brisbane’s financial district, along with lounges in Singapore, Hong Kong and at One World Trade Centre in New York.

Lounges in bustling CBDs can be a great place to set up your laptop when on the road, with Gold and Platinum members treated to one free business lounge visit per month. Just present your Velocity membership card at reception and you’ll be good to go.

New Servcorp clients can also earn 20,000 points on signing a new serviced office contract, 10,000 points with a new co-working contract and 5,000 points with a new virtual office.

As an added bonus, reserve and use a meeting room or workspace before September 30 2015 and your first booking will be free.

Servcorp’s existing clients, along with those who qualify for the generous sign-up bonuses, will too earn three Velocity Points per A$1 spent on secretarial support, meeting room hire, printing, copying and telephone call charges – although not on rent, membership fees and Internet/telephone connection fees.

For more information, head to the Servcorp website.

Also read: Get 1,000 Aquire Points, one year Regus membership

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Chris Chamberlin
Chris Chamberlin is a senior journalist with Australian Business Traveller and lives by the motto that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, a great latte, a theatre ticket and a glass of wine!
 

2 comments

  • Hugo

    Hugo

    21 Aug, 2015 09:33 am

    It's only one day a month, but it's tempting to use on occasion. Especially in Australia, with our Africa-level wifi adoptance.

    No member give thanks

  • GBRGB

    GBRGB

    21 Aug, 2015 11:19 am

    Thats a little harsh Hugo, the people of Afica could take offence to being compared to our pathetic wifi

    No member give thanks

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18 Jul, 2019 07:44 pm

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