Canadian Affair launches agent booking incentive to beat the winter blues

Tuesday, Feb 01, 2022 0

Customers will benefit from savings of up to £100pp on all package holidays

1st February 2022: Travel expert Canadian Affair has today announced a new booking incentive. Travel agents who make package bookings between 1st and 28th February 2022 will earn Love2Shop vouchers.


The value of the booking will determine the value of the vouchers, with bookings under £5,000 earning a £50 voucher and over £7,500 earning a £100 voucher.


Customers will benefit from staggered savings on all package holidays. Canadian Affair is currently offering £50pp off holidays under £5,000 and a £100pp deduction on holidays over £7,500.


The tour operator is also offering an upgrade to Rocky Mountaineer’s premium GoldLeaf service on bookings made between 1st and 28th February 2022, with savings of up to £1000 per couple. Customers can expect unparalleled views of the Rocky Mountains and gourmet meals made by executive chefs.


Marketing Manager, Nick Talbot said: “Our agent partners are vital advocates and ambassadors for the Canadian Affair brand in the consumer travel marketplace. We’re delighted to be able to reward their loyalty with this latest incentive, and equip them with compelling offers for Canada to provide their clients with this February.”


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