Sandals and Beaches Resorts Launch Travel Agent Sweepstakes

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Sandals Royal Barbado/Courtesy of Luxury Travel Advisor's Matt Turner

Sandals and Beaches Resorts are starting the month of October with their largest-ever travel agent sweepstakes—the Million Dollar Multiplier Sweepstakes. Over 1,000 travel agents have a shot of winning. Travel agents who directly book with Unique Vacations get the opportunity to win a total of 1,800 cash prizes valued at $1,000,000 USD in the Sandals and Beaches Resorts Million Dollar Multiplier Sweepstake.

Once travel agents are registered for the Million Dollar Multiplier Sweepstakes, all bookings made through Unique Vacations starting October 1 will be collected and submitted into the sweepstakes. Travel agents who book more have greater chances to win the prize.

To successfully enter the sweepstakes, travel agents must be based in the U.S. and meet the following booking qualifications: 


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  • Booking Window: October 1, 2018 – September 30, 2019 
  • Travel Window: October 1, 2018 – December 18, 2019
  • Categories: All
  • Minimum Nights: Three nights
  • Resorts: All Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts
  • All bookings must be booked via Unique Vacations. Please note this is not applicable for Tour Op bookings. 

In the U.S., based on the type of booking made, the Travel Agent will be able to possibly get a different cash prize:

  • 1450 Prizes - Luxury booking provide a chance to win $500
  • 100 Prizes - Club/Concierge booking provide a chance to win $1,000 
  • 50 Prizes - Butler booking provide the chance to win $1,500

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