Funjet Offers New Commission Protection up to $100

Funjet Vacations has announced a new and improved travel protection option, formerly known as Complete Coverage. The new All-In-One Travel Protection offers the same pre-travel benefits and during travel insurance, with a new added benefit of now including commission protection for agents.With All-In-One Travel Protection, commissions are now protected up to $100 per room on a reservation.

"At Funjet Vacations, we know that travel agents work hard to get their clients the right vacation to meet their needs. Historically, travel agents have lost out on commission for canceled reservations prior to travel. Introducing an improved offering from the tour operator most committed to your success. Our All-In-One Travel Protection now protects not only your client’s vacation investment, but also your earnings," Funjet says.

The new name, All-in-One Travel Protection, better describes just how easy it is, Funjet says. "Customers receive complete piece of mind all in one coverage with-out confusing options or add-ons. Agents can book the coverage with their client’s vacation all in one simple booking. And the best part is an agent’s commission will automatically be processed all in one refund request if their client’s cancel."

All-In-One Travel Protection continues to offer cancel for any reason where clients receive a full refund less the cost of the All-In-One Travel Protection, Funjet says. Also included, as before with the Complete Coverage, there is price protection, no revision fees, hurricane benefits and during travel protection. No changes have been made to the current customer benefits of the program and prices have not been increased even with the new benefit for agents.


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