Travel Impressions, Palace Resorts Offer Bonus Commissions

Travel Impressions and Palace Resorts are offering agents the opportunity to earn substantial cash incentives with the Palace Resorts Enhanced Bonus Commission Program. Through this program, agents can earn up to $100 per booking, plus a $250 bonus when 10 rooms are booked by December 31.

For each three- or four-night booking, agents earn $50; for each five- or six-night booking, agents earn $75; and for each booking of seven nights or longer, agents earn $100. Groups up to 25 rooms qualify with three-night minimum stays (additional rooms cannot be claimed). The $250 bonus is payable separately from other offers each time 10 rooms are booked within a calendar year (rollovers are not permitted).

Adding even more value to Palace Resorts bookings, Travel Impressions is offering a $25 American Express Gift Cheque booking bonus on Palace Resorts and Le Blanc Spa Resort reservations that are a minimum of five nights and include “Cancel for Any Reason Travel Protection.” Reservations must be booked by August 31, 2009 for travel from August 15 to December 15.

Participating Palace Resorts include: Playacar Palace, Aventura Spa Palace, Aventura Cove Palace, Xpu-Ha Palace, Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort, Sun Palace, Cancun Palace, Beach Palace, Vallarta Palace, Cozumel Palace, Isla Mujeres Palace, Moon Palace Casino, Golf & Spa Report, and Le Blanc Spa Resort (a luxury brand by Palace Resorts).

Redemption forms for each program can be found online in the “Bonuses & Incentives” section of Quest for Agents via

Travel agents earn an additional 1 percent bonus commission when booking Palace Resorts travel packages online with Quest for Agents via

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