CheapCaribbean.com Announces Travel Agent Program

COMM Group Inc. announced Tuesday that travel agents will earn an introductory 15 percent commission on every Caribbean and Mexico vacation package and land-only reservation booked on www.CheapCaribbean.com and all COMM Group travel sites. The program, which is already in effect, includes most add-ons and excursions. As with all of its package and hotel-only stays, prices are still up to 70 percent lower than its online and traditional wholesale competitors. All CheapCaribbean.com packages include its "Free Your Mind" travel protection plan, a comprehensive travel insurance package and round-trip ground transfers in most reservations. Agents need to provide their IATA or ARC number to receive their 15 percent commission. Agents can book online at [www.CheapCaribbean.com] or by calling the company's call center at (800) 915-2322 any time, any day of the year. Commission checks will be mailed 30 days after the travelers have returned from their vacation. Questions or concerns from agents can be addressed through [email protected] or by calling the toll-free number.

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