Sandals Resorts Extends Travel Agent Incentives

by Jessica Montevago
Sandals Resorts Extends Travel Agent Incentives


As Sandals Resorts unveils recent upgrades to its Montego Bay resort, the all-inclusive operator will extend travel agent incentive programs through the month of March.

Sandals is extending its incentive program through March 30, 2018, which rewards travel agents with added bonuses on any Butler/Love Nest Suites, Club/Concierge Rooms and Luxury/Deluxe Rooms they book. The offer is valid for new bookings only; each stay must be six nights or longer.

Additionally, the company will add two new Overdrive Unveilings for agents in California. They will take place in Santa Clara on March 13th and in Long Beach on March 15th. The sessions provide an opportunity for agents to meet Sandals executives, while also discovering more about the latest updates to the resort company’s portfolio.

The benefits for agents comes as the company unveiled its updated Sandals Montego Bay property. All-new beachfront swim-up suites offer oceanfront views, private patio with a Tranquility Soaking Tub for two, and and direct access to the soothing waters of the lagoon pool. The Love Nest Suites offer a master bedroom and separate living room that boasts a fully-stocked bar, while the Butler Elite enclave also includes 24-hour room service. The resort’s lobby was renovated, and a new open-air concept bar was added with an extended deck with fire pit.

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