New Journese incentive offers bonus TRIP Points
Journese rolled out a new travel advisor incentive rewarding travel advisors with 500 Bonus TRIP Points for every new confirmed and registered Journese booking made by February 27, 2022.
It is valid for travel through February 28, 2023 with a minimum three-night stay at a hand-selected, romance-themed partner resort or cruise line.
In addition, the top revenue-producing advisor of qualified bookings will earn a two-night stay at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort.
Featuring a portfolio of premier four- and five-star properties worldwide, travel advisors can select from participating resorts offering all-inclusive, adults-only, private pool, overwater bungalow and luxury vacation rental options.
Travel advisors can also curate romantic cruises worldwide with Windstar Cruises across Asia, Canada, Central America, South America, Europe, Mexico, Tahiti and the United States; Scenic luxury cruises and tours across Asia and Europe; and Paul Gauguin cruises across French Polynesia.
Romance vacations can be enhanced with flights in all classes, car rentals and private transfers, plus commissionable activities and excursions.
Journese offers real-time rates and room inventory at many of the participating resorts.
Travelers can also add Journese’ Cancel-For-Any-Reason travel protection plans with up to 100% commission protection.
Amy Comparato, Senior Brand Director, Journese, said: "We are delighted to begin 2022 by rewarding travel advisor partners for handcrafting these romantic escapes for clients with bonus TRIP points so that they can earn loyalty points redeemable for their own travel."
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