Travel Impressions Invites Agents to "Spring Ahead" With More Savings

caribbeanTravel Impressions (www.travelimpressions.com) celebrates the upcoming arrival of spring with added incentives -- called "Springtacular Savings" -- for travelers and agents.

Agents can utilize promo code SPGSV14 to save their clients up to 10 percent on top of current or existing promotions. Valid on bookings received between Feb. 28 and March 27, 2014, the promotion is for travel between March 15 and Dec. 15, 2014.

Travel Impressions offers FIT vacations to over 200 destinations in the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America, China, Europe, the Eastern Mediterranean, Dubai, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Tahiti, Canada and the United States. Its global portfolio features more than 2,400 resorts, hotels and 1,350 luxury villas.

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The new Springtacular Savings apply to all room categories with a three-night minimum stay (blackout dates apply) and is combinable with other promotions. Travel Impressions emphasizes that allows agents to stack discounts in order to maximize value for clients.

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As an additional incentive, vacationers will receive one or more of the following: resort credit; spa credit; food and beverage credit; kids 12 and under stay free; or a guaranteed complimentary room upgrade.

In addition, agents who book stays of three or four nights will receive a $25 American Express Gift Cheque. For bookings of five or more nights with the "Cancel for Any Reason Waiver," agents will receive a $50 American Express Gift Cheque.

For more information about Springtacular Savings – including a list of participating properties – visit www.travimp.com/springtacular.

 

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