SuperClubs and Travelzoo Partner for Agents


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SuperClubs has some good news for its travel agents. The famed hotel and resort chain is making SuperClubs deals published through Travelzoo available and commissionable to agents. The move, says the company, underscores SuperClubs ongoing commitment to agents.

SuperClubs' partnership with Travelzoo, an online publisher of travel, entertainment and local deals, allows Travelzoo to distribute SuperClubs offers to a network of more than 23 million travel consumer subscribers. The partnership also allows SuperClubs to reach qualified travel consumers looking for deals on travel.

“The move shows our ongoing commitment to agents, SuperClubs' most valuable partners, “ said Mathew Tippins, director, marketing for SuperClubs. “We have opened up all of our deals published through Travelzoo to all travel agents. “If an agent or client find a deal on Travelzoo for one of SuperClubs hotels or resorts, the agent can book that deal for their clients. The bookings are fully commissionable and eligible for SuperCash,” he said.

Even offers published through Travelzoo listed as "exclusive" are available to travel agents. Agents must simply follow the links on the Travelzoo deal page to the SuperClubs site, enter their agency ID (IATA or CLIA) and complete the reservation. Or, agents can call SuperClubs service center to make the reservation over the phone.

“As always, we encourage you to book where you feel most comfortable. Most offers published through Travelzoo are also loaded and available through your favorite tour operator,” Tippins notes. However, exclusive or private offers published through Travelzoo are only bookable through SuperClubs website or by calling the service center.

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