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Amazing Hawaiian famil and agent incentives

Check out these awesome famil and agent incentives courtesy of Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania…

WIN with Excite Holidays

Hawai‘i Tourism and Excite Holidays are sending two lucky agents to paradise!

Book the Hawaiian Islands with Excite Holidays between Monday 29 April and Sunday 12 May 2019, and the two agents that demonstrate the highest growth in paid room nights will win.

The grand prize includes:

  • One return economy-class ticket to Honolulu from winners’ nearest capital city.
  • Airport transfer from Honolulu to Waikiki.
  • Five nights’ accommodation at one of the following hotels: Waikiki Beachcomber by Outrigger (week one) or The Kahala Hotel and Resort (week two).

Click here to download the guide.

 

Once-in-a-lifetime famil with Viva Holidays

Aloha Fridays [5]

Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania (HTO) and Hawaiian Airlines are taking nine lucky agents on an unforgettable adventure.

This unique famil will begin on the inspiring Island of Hawaii, where the agents will spend five nights exploring lush rainforests, crystal-clear ocean, jet back lava fields and the most vivid sunsets.

Famil inclusions:

  • VIP experiences and most meals organised by HTO.
  • Five nights’ accommodation on the Island of Hawai‘i and one night on O‘ahu at Disney Aulani Resort.
  • Return flights from Sydney on Hawaiian Airlines.
  • Dates of travel: 25 July to 31 July 2019

How to win:

  • To be eligible to win a place on the famil, you must watch the training video and complete the quiz by clicking here.
  • Book and deposit a package to Hawai‘i during May 2019, including accommodation and Hawaiian Airlines airfares, and receive one point per passenger.
  • BONUS OFFER: If your booking is a multi-island package, you will receive an additional point per passenger.
  • The nine highest point earners will win a place.

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