Collette Offers Travel Advisor Booking Incentives

Global tour operator Collette is offering travel advisors the opportunity to secure booking incentives during May, in honor of travel advisor appreciation month. Agents will earn $50 toward the “Travel Advisor Appreciation Booking Incentive” program by securing two or more bookings for travel in 2022.

The top three agents who secure the most bookings in May will also earn more: $1,000 for first place; $750 for second place; $500 for third place. All bookings must be for travel in 2022.

As part of Collette’s advanced commission program, travel advisors will also receive a portion of the full commission amount based on type of booking. Collette will not recall the advanced commission payments if a client chooses to cancel.

“On behalf of the entire team, we want to thank the dedicated travel advisors for their hard work and perseverance over the past year,” said Jaclyn Leibl-Cote, president and chief brand officer of Collette. “These incentives programs are designed to reward travel advisors during a month-long celebration.”

The offer is valid on new retail bookings made between May 1 and May 31, 2022, for departures through 2022. The incentives will be calculated and paid within 30 days after the booking period for the incentive ends.

A booking is defined as a minimum of two full-paying passengers in a double room or a single passenger in a single room. To qualify for the $50 agent incentive, a minimum of two active and deposited bookings must be secured for travel in 2022. To qualify for the $1000, $750 or $500 incentives, a minimum of three active and deposited bookings must be secured for travel in 2022.

Qualified bookings must be active and under deposit at time of calculation and all payments are payable per agent. Bookings cannot be combined with other agency bookings. The offer is not applicable to group bookings. It is not valid on existing bookings. Other restrictions may apply.

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