Future Vacations Boosts Agent Commissions to 15 Percent

Future Vacations has raised its commission on Las Vegas luxury packages to 15-percent, a two-percent increase.  The new 15-percent commission applies to the land portion of land-only or air-inclusive packages to six top Las Vegas resorts: Bellagio, Wynn Las Vegas, Trump Hotel Las Vegas, The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, The Pallazo Resort Hotel Casino and Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas.

The offer is valid indefinitely, and is open to all travel agents, regardless of professional affiliation or production. For all other Las Vegas bookings, Future Vacations will continue to pay travel agents up to 13-percent commission, with actual compensation based on professional affiliation and production. As an added incentive, Future Vacations is rewarding travel agents with a $25 booking bonus on all Las Vegas bookings made in February. Eligible travel must be completed by December 31 and a four-night minimum stay is required. Travel agents must submit redemption forms in order to claim $25 booking bonus rewards.  Redemption forms can be downloaded at www.futurevacations.com/agentbonus.

Electronic, as well as telephone bookings are eligible for both the 15-percent commission and $25 booking bonus incentives. Fly/drive bookings are excluded. Agents can book electronically via VAX Vacation Access.For telephone reservations, call 800-456-2323.  Group reservations can be made by calling 800-301-3300.

Visit www.futurevacations.com.

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