Sceptre Tours Offers Free Webinar

irelandTravel agents who either sell or want to sell travel to Ireland, Britain and Italy, will be urged to sign up to attend Sceptre Tours' webinar on February 25 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time. 

The webinar will specifically focus on luxury travel to Ireland, Britain, and Italy, giving agents insider's techniques and tips on how to upsell to both enrich their client's travel experiences while earning higher commissions, according to Mark Accomando, vice president of Sceptre Tours.

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"We've been selling these destinations for years now and we've got some great tips, techniques, and tried-and-true methods for travel professionals to maximize the profit potential of every booking. And this is information that will only be made available to agents who participate in the webinar," adds Accomando.

With a variety of new product being introduced for 2014, Sceptre Tours said it is using this opportunity to help travel agents give their clients a bigger and better travel experience. The February 25 webinar will touch base on a variety of important travel upsells including:

  • Affordability of Business Class upgrades
  • Upselling from manual to automatic cars
  • Chauffeur-Drive travel options
  • Dinner and Sightseeing travel add-ons
  • Room category upgrades
  • Private tours versus group tours
  • Insurance, CDW, and more 

Additionally, one of the participating travel agents will win an iPad Mini from Sceptre Tours.

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