New Jet2holidays campaign offers to fund agents’ winter bills

Wednesday, 07 Sep, 2022 0

Jet2holidays has launched ‘Holiday Saving Experts’, a new campaign to support independent travel agents to help their clients make their money go further.

The multi-channel campaign, which is now live, has been designed to position independent travel agents as ‘Holiday Saving Experts’ so they can provide money saving tips for customers.

In addition, it is hosting a competition for agents that could help save them £1,000 a month off their business bills over the winter.

Agents simply need to promote the campaign to customers in their shop window or on social media.

Five winners will be picked over five weeks, and will pay up to £1,000 off agents’ business bills every month for four months (November to February).

Jet2holidays is also inviting agents to provide their own tips on social media to help their customers’ money go further.

The campaign will provide various tips to target customers with.

As well as providing advice, many of the tips are brought to life as they come straight from real-life colleagues and customers.

It includes promoting flexibility around payments such as a low £60 per person deposit, being flexible with dates and targeting holidays with free child places.

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Learn more about :   Jet2holidays ( United Kingdom )  


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