Funjet Vacations Announces New Hotel Options in Europe

Funjet Vacations has announced that 700 new hotels are now available in its top 10 European destinations as part of a Europe product enhancement that includes new fully commissionable products, increased flexibility, and a limited-time $200 promo code.

The 10 destinations that will have new hotels through Funjet include: London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, Venice, Florence, Amsterdam, Munich and Dublin. To celebrate these new hotels, Funjet is offering a $200 EUROPE promo code valid for European travel between January 1, 2012 and December 15, 2012 when travel is booked by January 13, 2012.

Travel agents will be able to earn full commission—up to 15 percent—on Europe bookings, and can work with flexible deposit and cancellation policies. Additionally, travel agents will have access to a full suite of marketing tools for top European destinations, including the Easy Emailer tool, which allows agents to pull sale pricing by origin, turn-key ePostcards that can be emailed to clients, and affiliate marketing tools to drive business to directly bookable Go Funjet sites.

Through the beginning of 2012, Funjet will continue adding new hotels to its inventory, resulting in 12,000 new hotels across Europe. New destinations will include Budapest, Copenhagen, Iceland and more.
Best of all, the company is offering a new Price Match Plus program that guarantees prices against tour operators and hotel-direct companies. Travel agents using Price Match Plus do not need to wait for a response or approval - price matches are instantly guaranteed provided that the vacation components are the same.


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