Prince Resorts Hawaii Offers Slew of Agent Incentives

prince resorts hawaiiPrince Resorts Hawaii has two programs for travel specialists to earn benefits by booking their clients with Prince Resorts Hawaii.

Points can be redeemed for complimentary hotel stays, golf, dining, and merchandise. Their CASH incentive program rewards travel consultants for directing first time guests to Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, as well as booking new guests or making arrangements for return guest stays at Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki & Golf Club and the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.

As a Plumeria Rewards member, the agent’s client will receive an amenity in the form of a resort credit as a gift from the booking agent. The resort credit will be deducted at check out, and can be applied to food and beverage, dining, spa treatments or golf. Clients are presented a welcome note on arrival naming the booking agent and travel agency of record at check-in. While that component is valuable, earned Plumeria Points offer myriad valuable options for the travel specialist, which increases the significance of membership. Accumulated points may be redeemed for free room nights, golf rounds, dining, and resort logo merchandise.

This program is valid now through December 17 at The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel on Hawaii’s Big Island, and the Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club on Oahu.

Prince Resorts Hawaii is also offering a special “Pay ‘N Roll” promotion for Plumeria Rewards members. Travel specialists can easily earn incentives just by booking any Prince Hotel in Hawaii.

Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on Hawaii Island is offering a $100 “Finder’s Fee” for every first time guest. In addition, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel also on Hawaii Island offers a cash incentive of $15 per room per night, and Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki on Oahu is paying $10 per room per night.

Rooms must be booked by September 30 and travel completed by December 15. Travel specialists booking reservations must be a Plumeria Rewards member, and standard procedures for reporting bookings apply, including submission of the Plumeria Rewards Amenity Order Form. It’s suggested that agents report their bookings online, resulting in an auto reply to confirm receipt of submission.


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