Pleasant Holidays, Journese launch travel advisor incentive

Monday, May 02, 2022 0

Pleasant Holidays and Journese are launching an online booking incentive for agent partners.

It will award roundtrip airline tickets and bonus TRIP points in honor of National Travel & Tourism Week.

It is valid for new bookings made at,, and from May 1 – 7, 2022 for travel through December 31, 2022.·

It offers a Grand Prize of two roundtrip business class air tickets to Europe, Hawaii, Caribbean or Mexico to the top-booking travel advisor.

The First Prize is for two roundtrip economy class tickets to a destination in the contiguous US 48 states.

The Second Prize wins 5,000 Bonus Trip Points redeemable for personal travel for the third-highest-booking travel advisor.

Awards will be based on highest gross revenue sales of qualified online bookings for travel in 2022.

Each winning travel advisor must also reach a minimum threshold of $15,000 in qualified bookings.

“We want to show our gratitude for the tremendous perseverance and dedication of our travel advisor partners as we work together to rebuild travel,” said Jack E. Richards, President and CEO.

In addition, travel advisors can add Cancel-for-any-Reason protection plan coverage to Pleasant Holidays and Journese land bookings, with plans starting at $49 per person.

Travel advisors can visit Advisor Resources at and to watch on-demand webinars showcasing the functionality of booking online

TRIP is Pleasant Holidays’ and Journese’ loyalty program that rewards agents with points redeemable for personal travel. and

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Learn more about :   Pleasant Holidays LLC ( N. America )  


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