Carnival Cruise Line brings back Amp Up commission challenge - TravelMole

Carnival Cruise Line brings back Amp Up commission challenge

Wednesday, 10 Jan, 2024 0

Carnival Cruise Line has reintroduced its AMP Up Commission Challenge.

It enables travel agents to boost commission rates to 15% throughout 2024 based on bookings made through March 31, 2024.

“The AMP Up Challenge enables agents to harness their agency’s sales and proactively rise to higher commission tiers,” said Adolfo Perez, SVP of global sales and trade marketing.

“Since it’s Wave season, we encourage agents to seize the opportunity and enjoy the benefits for the rest of the year.”

Participating agencies will need to meet sales targets during the Wave booking period, from January to March 2024, to qualify

It gives the opportunity to increase levels between 11 and 15%.

The higher commissions will then be applied to bookings made from April 1 through Dec. 31, 2024.

Travel agents can learn more at during the opt-in period until January 31.

The program is open to agencies in the US, Puerto Rico and Canada that currently qualify for 11 to 15% commissions.

Only new bookings that are fully deposited or paid in full until March 31 are eligible and will count towards the goal.


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