EasyJet holidays launches agent incentive

Tuesday, Jan 04, 2022 0

EasyJet holidays has rolled out the ‘Big Orange Giveaway,’ a 2022 travel agent incentive with £16,000 in easyJet holidays credit up for grabs.

The give-away will enable agents who make a booking between 4 January and 2 February 2022 to be entered into one of 30 daily giveaways.

Two agents will be drawn at random each day and each given a £100 voucher to put towards a holiday of their choice.

Separately, the retail store with the most number of customers booked between 4 January and 2 February 2022 will be awarded £8,000 in easyJet holidays credit to share among their agents.

The homeworking agent who books the highest number of customers during this period will win £2000 credit.

Agents will be able to check the weekly scores on the easyJet holidays – agents Facebook page, which will publish weekly league tables.

Brad Bennetts, easyJet holidays Head of Distribution, said: "Our trade partners love to travel themselves, but lots have been unable to get away over the past couple of years."

"We want to recognise the fantastic work the trade does, and get them as excited about our Turn of Year offer as we are. This is a great opportunity for us to engage agents further and get them excited about travel once again."

As part of the your operator’s Turn of Year ‘Big Orange Sale’, trade agents booking package getaways can save their customers £300 on their holiday with a minimum spend of £3000, £150 off holidays with a minimum spend of £1500 and £100 on a minimum spend of £700, using code BIGSALE100, BIGSALE150 and BIGSALE300.

The codes, which are valid until 22:00 on 1 February 2022, can be used on all easyJet holidays’ beach, city and lakes packages taking off until 31 October 2023, meaning holidaymakers can make the most of the tour operator’s recently launched summer 2023 holidays.

The sale also sees the return of thousands of free child places on beach holidays for summer 2022, including during school holidays.


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