In honour of National Caribbean-American Heritage Month this June, Sandals Resorts and Beaches Resorts are celebrating the region they call home with the ‘Rhythm and Blues Caribbean’ sale, offering travel advisors a number of incentives – from bonus commission to cash back, while providing consumers with air credits up to $500 and $150 in spa credits at the award-winning Red Lane Spa on eligible bookings.
“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.”
With the new Rhythm and Blues Caribbean sale, travel advisors will earn up to a 3% in bonus commission plus $200 cash incentive on each booking. Their customers who book from June 1 to July 27, 2023, and travel through the end of the year will receive air credits of $500 on 7-night stays, $250 in air credits for stays of 5 or 6 nights, as well as $150 in spa credits at Red Lane Spa for stays of 5 nights or greater.
The offer is eligible across the entire resort portfolio including the recently opened Sandals Dunn’s River, which takes design inspiration from nearby Dunn’s River Falls; Sandals Halcyon, which recently debuted two new categories of luxury suites; and Beaches Negril, the award-winning family property set to introduce a new level of family accommodations on July 1 with its beachfront Firesky Reserve Villas & Eventide Penthouse collection. As a bonus for travel advisors, the top earner through the entirety of the sale will be rewarded with a five-night stay at any Sandals Resort, as a ‘thank you’ for their efforts.
Further celebrating Caribbean Heritage Month and the beaches and waterways renowned throughout the region, 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 makes these sun and sea destinations coveted around the world is an effort we’re proud to support.”
*According to Consumer Price Index