Princess Expands Group Amenity Choices For Travel Agents

Travel agents now have more options to improve their group clients' stay with Princess Cruises. Princess has bolstered its group program with six new choices (the program now stands at 41) that agents can use their amenity points toward to create a more attractive group package. Agents can arrange for free Internet access; send Princess travel mugs or stock cabins with bottled water. Princess amenity points are accumulated on virtually all Princess sailings, and allow agents to enrich group offers. Agencies can also benefit with options for bonus commission or travel agent cabins. Group bookings also receive special pricing. In addition, most FIT promotional fares on a group sailing combine into the group, thus maximizing an agent's tour conductor income on a voyage. Agents can learn more through the Princess Academy online training program and through the line's online travel agent center at [www.onesourcecruises.com].

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