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Sandals Resorts has announced its Rhythm and Blues Sale celebrating National Caribbean-American Heritage Month.
The sale is a win for travel advisors and their clients since advisors can earn bonus commission and the chance to win a stay at a Sandals Resort and clients can take advantage of $500 air credits and $150 in spa credits.
“With average airfare prices up nearly 30% in the last few years, we’re giving travel advisors the incentives necessary to delight their existing customers and attract new clientele to the brands,” said Gary C. Sadler, executive vice president of sales and industry relations at Unique Vacations Inc. (UVI), an affiliate of the worldwide representative for Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts. “And when advisors succeed, we all succeed; it’s the beauty of our longstanding partnership and one we’re thrilled to celebrate by offering the top revenue earner a stay at one of our newest resorts. It’s never been easier for advisors and guests to experience the magic of our Caribbean.”
Travel advisors will earn up to a 3 percent in bonus commission and a $200 cash incentive on each booking. Clients who book between June 1 to July 27, 2023, for travel through the end of the year will receive air credit of $500 for bookings of seven nights. Bookings of five or six nights receive air credit of $250. Guests also receive $150 in spa credits at Red Lane Spa for stays of five nights or greater.
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The offer is valid across the entire Sandals portfolio, including the recently reimagined Sandals Dunn's River and Sandals Halcyon, which just opened up two new room categories.
In addition, for every booking made on World’s Ocean Day (June 8), a donation of $100 will be made on guests’ behalf to the Sandals Foundation, the not-for-profit organization created to make positive change throughout the Caribbean.
“Sandals is a Caribbean-born company first and foremost,” said Sadler. “Protecting the Caribbean ‘blues’ that make these sun and sea destinations coveted around the world is an effort we’re proud to support.”
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