CroisiEurope rolls out first ever agent incentive
CroisiEurope is cementing its support of the UK travel trade with the launch of its first ever travel agent booking incentive.
The CroisiEurope Sales Challenge runs until 31 December 2022.
It will give all travel agents in the UK the chance to earn points which can be exchanged for a variety of trips, ranging from a two-night hotel break in the UK to a safari-cruise in Southern Africa.
Travel agents should register at https://pro-uk.croisieurope.com/information/challenge-2022-uk-travel-agents.
As soon as their registration has been validated, they will automatically receive 250 points to kick start their challenge followed by points based on the turnover they achieve.
If they sell a cruise with a value of £699, they will receive 699 points. There will also be bonus points on offer throughout the duration.
Once enough points have been accumulated, agents can exchange them for a trip of their choice which include a two-night hotel break in the UK for 2,000 points, an ocean cruise for 25,000 points, and a safari-cruise in Southern Africa for 35,000.
John Fair, CroisiEurope’s UK Sales Director, said: “We feel it is now more important than ever to support our travel agent partners.”
The CroisiEurope Sales Challenge is open to all individual travel agents within the UK.
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