Carnival’s Bonus Commission Challenge Returns for Wave Season 2019

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Just in time for Wave Season, Carnival Cruise Line is bringing back its “AMP Up Commission Challenge” for 2019, allowing travel advisors to qualify for higher commission rates. The program offers travel advisors the ability to increase their commissions up to 15 percent following a booking qualification period from January 1 — March 31, 2019.

Agencies who reach set booking goals during this window will earn the increased commissions on new Carnival Cruise Line bookings made from April 1 – December 2019. Registration for the program is open beginning today, and It will run through December 23, 2018, on GoCCL.com.

Once registered and confirmed for the 2019 AMP Up Commission Challenge, participating agencies must make from 20 to 125 bookings during the January to March booking period to qualify for higher commission levels between 11 and 15 percent:

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  • 15 percent commission, 125 bookings
  • 14 percent commission, 88 bookings
  • 13 percent commission, 63 bookings
  • 12 percent commission, 38 bookings
  • 11 percent commission, 20 bookings

The 2019 AMP Up Commission Challenge is available to agencies currently qualifying for 10 to 14 percent commission. To participate, an agency owner or authorized representative must go to GoCCL.com to complete a registration form. Once the agency’s information has been verified, an enrollment confirmation email will be sent by December 28. Only new bookings made and fully deposited or paid in full between January 1 — March 31, 2019 will count toward the goal, with the exception of free staterooms, reduced advisor fares and full-ship charters.

Carnival is offering the AMP Up Commission Challenge as part of #thelist, a comprehensive program to support travel advisors. Carnival’s travel advisor programs are complimented by the line’s $2 billion fleet enhancement program begun in 2011, which has brought a consistent level of experiences, from WaterWorks aqua parks, specialty dining, entertainment, to enhanced accommodations and amenities, to the more than 5 million passengers who annually sail with the line. The program has also extended the line’s culinary, bar and entertainment offerings.

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