Technology

ATTN AGENTS: Win $5,000 towards your dream trip with Tripfuser

If providing your clients with unique and personal experiences on their next trip and taking your own personal holiday were on your list of things to do this week, then boy have we got news for you!

See also: Curious about Tripfuser? Here’s everything you need to know

Tripfuser, the online platform connecting Aussie agents to local suppliers on the ground to craft truly personalised trips based on local knowledge, has just launched one hell of an incentive.

Each agent who signs up for Tripfuser from the 1 April until 30 April will go in the running to win $5,000 Tripfuser Cash to design your very own private trip!

Not only is the platform making booking tailored trips for your clients quick and easy, its giving you the chance to sample the fantastic products on offer.

Fancy sleeping under the stars at an African game reserve? What about following in the footsteps of the Beatles in Liverpool?

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Pick from hundreds of fully customizable itineraries and liaise with local suppliers to get insider tips and make your experience truly memorable.

Already signed up to Tripfuser? Don’t fret! You’ve automatically been entered into the draw as a thank you from Tripfuser.

There is no better time to sign up to Tripfuser than now! For more info, and to sign up, go here.

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