Sandals and Beaches Resorts Offer Travel Advisor Bonus … – Travel Market Report

Sandals Dunn’s River
In honor of National Caribbean-American Heritage month this June, Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts are celebrating by offering travel advisors a number of incentives, including bonus commissions. At the same time, the resorts are offering advisors’ clients air credits of up to $500, and $150 in spa credits.
“With average airfare prices up nearly 30% in the last few years, we’re giving travel advisors the incentives necessary to delight their existing customers and attract new clientele to the brands,” said Gary C. Sadler, executive vice president of sales and industry relations at Unique Vacations Inc., an affiliate of the worldwide representative for Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts. “And when advisors succeed, we all succeed…”
As part of the promotion, referred to as the Rhythm and Blues Caribbean sale, travel advisors will earn up to a 3% bonus commission plus $200 cash incentive on each booking. Their customers, who book through July 27 and travel through the end of 2023 will receive air credits of $500 on seven-night stays, $250 in air credits for stays of five or six nights, and $150 in spa credits for stays of five nights or longer.
As a bonus, the top seller through the entirely of the sale will be rewarded with a five-night stay at any Sandals Resort.
The offer is eligible across the entire resort portfolio including the recently opened Sandals Dunn’s River.
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