Journese Adds Bonus Commission To Triple Tahiti Promotion

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Journese has updated its Future Travel Credit Offer to Tahiti (which applies to both agents and travelers) with a $50 per booking travel agent incentive in addition to its previous three offerings. The $50 bonus commission is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original overwater bungalows in Tahiti. 

Advisors can earn a bonus commission when booking a vacation to French Polynesia by April 30 for travel through the end of 2017. The bonus commission is valid when booking an overwater bungalow in any of Tahiti’s islands, including Bora Bora and Moorea as well as a Paul Gauguin Tahiti cruise bookings with pre- and post-stays in an overwater bungalow on any island.

The original three offerings were: for reservations made by February 28 for travel through December 31, travelers will receive a future travel credit up to $500 to use for their next vacation to any destination Journese offers; when the travelers redeem their future travel credit, travel advisors will earn 500 bonus TRIP Points; and that travelers can also take advantage of Journese’ $998 airfare to Tahiti, valid for bookings made by February 28 for travel April 1 through June 22.

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For further details on Journese’ exclusively four- and five-star portfolio and promotions, travel advisors can contact a destination dpecialist at 800-442-9244 or visit

In addition to French Polynesia, Journese customizes journeys in Australia, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Cook Islands, Europe, Fiji, Mexico, New Zealand, Hawaii, the United States, and Dubai and Abu Dhabi, which it added last year.

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