September Is Travel Agent Incentive Month With US Tour Operators Association

by Jessica Montevago
September Is Travel Agent Incentive Month With US Tour Operators Association

Photo: Collette


Travel agents will have the chance to earn bonus commissions and exclusive savings in September during the United States Tour Operators Association's (USTOA) annual Travel Together Month.

USTOA members, such as Collette and Avanti, will offer incentives to travel agents making bookings during the month. From complimentary add-ons and free airfare to savings, the incentives are a way of “saying thank you to our valued travel agent community,” Terry Dale, president and CEO of USTOA, said.

The deals are available from now through Sept. 30 and can be found at the USTOA website.

Highlights include:

Lion World Travel
Earn $100 per person booked on the “Discover East Africa” tour for April and May 2018 departures.

Zegrahm Expeditions
Receive a $100 gift card for each new guest booked on “Across the Antarctic Circle: Voyage to the 7th Continent” for the Jan. 22, 2018 and Feb. 4, 2018 departures.

AsiaAnswers
Earn bonus commission of $50 per person booked on a China vacation lasting seven days or longer for travel through Aug. 31, 2018.

CroisiEurope Cruises
Sell three double cabins (or six passengers) on the 11-day safari cruise itinerary and be entered to win an 11-day safari cruise for two people for travel in 2018 based on availability (prize drawing Dec. 20, 2017).

Alexander+Roberts
Earn $50 per person booking bonuses on all Private Tours, Small Ship Cruises and Small Group Journeys when clients pay-in-full for travel through April 2019.

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