Warwick Paradise Island Offering Agents Cash Bonuses on Top of Commissions

by Jessica Montevago
Warwick Paradise Island Offering Agents Cash Bonuses on Top of Commissions

Photo: Warwick.


Warwick Paradise Island – Bahamas has rolled out its “WPIB Travel Agents Incentive Program,” providing retail travel professionals with cash incentives up to $65 per booking on top of the regular commissions of up to 20%. 

Travel agents must complete the WPIB Specialist training with the adults-only, all-inclusive resort’s sales team to learn about the features of the resort and the incentive program.

Travel advisors will receive 20% commission for reservations made with the resort’s “Best Flexible Rate”; 15% commission for special promotional and seasonal packages, as well as wedding and honeymoon packages; and 10% commission on reservations using special government, military, AARP, AAA and senior traveler rates (65 and over).

Cash incentives are also being offered. Qualified WPIB Specialists will receive the following cash incentives per booking (including group bookings) on top of their regular commissions, once all reservations have been validated by the resort:

Direct bookings made via resort’s website:

  • Three to four nights - $30
  • Five to six nights - $50
  • Seven or more nights - $65

Bookings via participating tour operators (valid for new reservations made for stays from May 1–Dec. 20, 2019):

  • Three to four nights - $20
  • Five to six nights - $40
  • Seven or more nights - $55
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