Sandals And Beaches Resorts Offer New Bonus Commission For Travel Agents

by Jessica Montevago
Sandals And Beaches Resorts Offer New Bonus Commission For Travel Agents

Photo: Sandals


Travel agents can now earn up to 3% bonus commission for Sandals and Beaches Resorts bookings.

The bonus, which went into effect on Monday, applies to new bookings made directly with Unique Vacations, the worldwide representative for the Sandals and Beaches brands. The offer is in addition to the $25 Instant Credit Booking Bonus when booking direct.

A 1% bonus commission will be given for Luxury Level rooms; a 2% bonus commission for Club and Concierge Level rooms; and a 3% bonus commission for Butler/Love Nest Suites.

To take advantage of the promotion, visit the travel agent portal.

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