Pleasant Holidays Launches "Biggest Vacation Sale of the Year" in Hawaii

 

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Pleasant Holidays has launched "The Biggest Vacation Sale of the Year" for travel in 2013 and 2014. All offers qualify for the company’s new Reduced Deposit Program℠ (RDP), which allows travel agents to reserve their clients’ vacations or group travel bookings for only $50 per person. In addition, travel agents earn 250 Bonus TRIP Points for all Hawaii bookings made by October 20, 2013. TRIP is Pleasant Holidays’ travel reward program in which agents earn points toward personal travel.

In Hawaii, "The Biggest Vacation Sale of the Year" offers a free seven-day Convertible, Luxury, SUV or Minivan Hertz car rental. The complimentary car—available on new bookings at participating hotels on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii, the Big Island—is valid for travel now through September 15, 2014. Combinable with the seven-day free car rental offer, Pleasant Holidays’ exclusive Cruise Into Paradise Package at the Royal Lahaina Resort Maui provides an additional $700 in savings with its comprehensive vacation package, which includes an ocean view room, daily full American breakfast, three dinners for two, $250 resort credits for beverages and activities, two luau tickets with open bar  and 2-for-1 couple’s massage. Additional Hawaii offers include reduced rates providing savings of up to 50 percent at select resorts or an exclusive offer at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa that includes up to $1,300 of added values and vacation amenities.

As part of the sale, agents also can find savings of up to 65 percent in all Pleasant Holidays’ vacation destinations: Mexico, Tahiti, Fiji, Cook Islands, the Caribbean, Costa Rica, Europe and U.S. Cities. The Biggest Vacation Sale of the Year also includes cruise vacations with savings up to 50 percent.

Visit PleasantAgent.com/BigSale. Reservations can be made online at PleasantAgent.com or by calling 1-800-448-3333.
 

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