Riviera Extends Booking Incentive to Agents in Gratitude for Their Partnership

by Kerry Tice
Riviera Extends Booking Incentive to Agents in Gratitude for Their Partnership

Riviera's agent incentive is being extended in light of wave season and the line’s ongoing commitment to the agency community. Photo: Riviera. 


Riviera River Cruises is keeping travel agents in mind for the New Year by offering them a Visa gift card ranging from $100-$200 for all new European river cruise bookings confirmed with a deposit paid before Feb. 28, 2019.

Agents can potentially earn up to $800, depending on the length of the itinerary, for up to four cabins.

The company’s Executive Vice President Jana Tvedt said the incentive is being extended in light of wave season and the line’s ongoing commitment to the agency community.

“In our first full year in the North American market, we developed great relationships with many travel professionals, and we appreciate their efforts to share our five-star river cruises with their clients. We look forward to building relationships with even more agents in the new year.”

Here are the details of the incentive:

  • Receive a $100 Visa gift card per cabin booked for up to four cabins on all four-, five- and seven-night itineraries.
  • Receive a $200 Visa gift card per cabin booked for up to four cabins on all 14-night itineraries.
  • Visa gift cards will go directly to the booking agent.
  • The offer does not apply to group bookings.
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