Travel Impressions Launches New "Impress Me" Deals Program

caribbeanTravel Impressions (TI) reports the launch of its "Impress Me" deals program designed to offer vacationers significant savings on destination travel packages while featuring an element of surprise and enhanced anticipation - of the hotel name.

The opaque pricing strategy has been designed to help agents save their clients a bundle provided they are willing to be flexible when it comes to the specific hotel, TI said. At the time of initial booking, Impress Me Deals will simply state the destination along with a minimum resort star rating and other important criteria such as meal plan, or adults-only (if applicable) as well as pricing, terms and conditions. Travelers will learn of the specific hotel where they will unpack their bags one business day before departure, TI said.

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The specific hotel will be selected from the Travel Impressions supplier portfolio in the designated destination that meets or exceeds the minimum star rating included in the specific Impress Me Deal.

“Impress Me Deals are an exciting way for agents to provide clients a great vacation at significant savings,” said Tim Mullen, president of Travel Impressions.

“Since all hotels within the Travel Impressions portfolio are thoroughly vetted, travelers can be confident that they are booking a quality product.”

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Impress Me Deals sample package and pricing are as follows:

Agents can offer clients the opportunity to enjoy an seven night all-inclusive vacation at a 4.5 star adults-only resort in Montego Bay, Jamaica, with round trip air on JetBlue from New York (JFK) starting at $2,108. Travel must be booked by February 21, 2014 for a March 3, 2014 departure.  Other departure dates and durations are available.


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