Funjet Offers New Earnings Tool for Agents

 

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Funjet Vacations recently announced the launch of the Agent Value ID Tool. This industry-leading tool helps agents to easily identify earning opportunities with icons next to each applicable hotel within the VAX VacationAccess booking engine, Funjet says.
In addition, agents can now up-sell their way to more money with the new two percent bonus commission program.  As part of the Agent Value ID Tool, watch for hotels with the colored icon marked for upgrade bonuses. When booking at one of the participating resorts, agents will automatically earn two percent bonus commission for booking in upgraded room categories.

Funjet says the Agent Value ID Tool helps agents maximize their earning potential by identifying which hotels include bonus commission opportunities, agency exclusive offers, Fun for Life bonuses, More For Your $ Guarantee, resort bonuses and more.

Simply hover over each icon to view more information, Funjet says.

Funjet Vacations continually strives to be the “Travel Agent’s First Choice.” It is currently the only tour operator with this technology available for agents, Funjet says.

Mike Going, president of Funjet Vacations, said, “This new tool allows agents to see all their earning opportunities up front, so they can provide an enhanced client experience and make better decisions for both themselves and their clients. This technology helps us pass on our end-to-end philosophy direct to the customer.”   

Funjet Vacations is a member of the American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA), Tour Operator Program and United States Tour Operations Association (USTOA).  

Visit www.VAXVacationAccess.com

 

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