Collette Rolls Out Upgraded Travel Agent Loyalty Program

by Jessica Montevago
Collette Rolls Out Upgraded Travel Agent Loyalty Program

Collette is offering members a $150 travel credit. Photo: Shutterstock


Collette’s updated loyalty program offers travel agents new features and incentives, while offering all the benefits of the existing program.

Members of the Collette Passport Club, formerly known as Travel Loyalty by Collette, will receive a Collette Passport Club lapel pin and special nametags. In addition, the program offers a $150 credit travel credit for tours booked within 12 months of initial return and a $100 credit for bookings that fall between 13 and 24 months.

Promoting the use of travel professionals, guests who receive reminders about using the Passport Club credit will be instructed to contact their agent.

Travel Loyalty by Collette members will automatically be enrolled in the new program.

The Rhode-Island based tour operator recently announced its fam trip lineup for the 2018/19 travel season, including itineraries to Dubai, South Africa, and Costa Rica. Agents qualify for free fam trips by booking 15 or more passengers on the same air-inclusive tour of equal or higher value within 12 months of the fam’s return.

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