Adds Leisure Connect is welcoming New York City-based ticket provider Leisure Connect to its growing portfolio of Preferred Suppliers. By using Leisure Connect, travel agents can promote specially-contracted consumer offers on FITs for Broadway, London’s West End and Las Vegas – all the while earning 11 percent commission.

Established to better service the retail travel agent community by former senior management from Globaltickets, Keith Prowse, and the UK’s primary ticket agency, Ticket Machine Ltd, Leisure Connect provides competitively-priced tickets to theatre and other city essentials in New York, London, Las Vegas, Chicago and Philadelphia.

“Leisure Connect gives our member agents the ability to provide their clients with a more comprehensive vacation experience,” said president and CEO Steve Tracas. “The company clearly supports travel agents, offering our members the highest commission on theatre tickets anywhere in the industry.”

Leisure Connect is not a ticket broker, but an authorized agent for Broadway theatre tickets, London’s West End and more. Through this new Preferred Supplier, members will be able to offer generous cancellation terms on show tickets that are normally sold as non-refundable, as well as receive special group rates.

“We are excited to partner with’s vast community of experienced travel advisors,” said Leisure Connect Partner Tracy Schiller. “In fact, Leisure Connect will award the top travel agent monthly with a free pair of tickets to a Broadway or West End show of choice.”

For more information on Leisure Connect, members should visit All other agents should visit to learn more about the benefits offers and to try the Benefits Calculator to discover the financial value of membership.


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