Agents Earn Up to 15 Percent Commission With Carnival’s Challenge

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Carnival Cruise Line is giving travel agencies the opportunity to earn higher commission percentages on bookings made from September 1-30, 2017, with its new AMP Up Commission Challenge.

The promotion offers agencies the ability to increase their commission rate up to 15 percent for bookings made during September by meeting targeted booking goals set by Carnival. The AMP Up Commission Challenge is part of the lines Travel Agents Rock program.  Registration for the promotion is open from August 1-18, 2017, on GoCCL.com.

Following are the booking goals agents must reach in order to meet various commission thresholds as part of the promotion:

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  • 15 percent Commission: 21 Bookings
  • 14 percent Commission: 15 Bookings
  • 13 percent Commission: 10 Bookings
  • 12 percent Commission: 6 Bookings
  • 11 percent Commission: 4 Bookings

During the promotion period of September 1-30, 2017, all new active, fully deposited individual bookings made as well as all berthed group cabins will automatically count towards an agencys booking goal for the AMP Up Commission Challenge, Carnival said. At the conclusion of the promotion, agencies will receive an email summary of their goal achievements and increased commission level for September 2017, if applicable.

Travel agencies in the U.S., Puerto Rico and Canada currently earning commissions from 10-14 percent are eligible to register for the AMP Up Commission promotion. For complete terms and conditions related to the promotion and to view a short webinar on the AMP Up Commission Challenge, travel agents may visit GoCCL.com.

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