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Club Med launches 2022 sun and ski season with whopping rewards for clients (and agents)

Sponsored by Club Med

Club Med is kicking off its 2022 sun and ski season today with some banging bargains to encourage your clients to book now.

The holiday company is rewarding those who get in quick with some great deals and safety nets in place, so all you have to do is watch the bookings roll on in.

Book early and save those precious pennies

You can save your clients up to 30 per cent on all-inclusive sun and ski resorts across Asia and the Maldives for trips between 1 November 2021 and 10 June 2022 if they book before 31 May 2021.

That includes big savings on scenic ski destinations like Club Med Tomamu Hokkaido and Club Med Sahoro Hokkaido or sun-soaked island vibes at Club Med Bali, Club Med Bintan Island, Club Med Cherating Beach, Club Med Phuket, Club Med Kabira, Club Med Kani and Club Finolhu Villas.

They can also soothe their teens’ angst with a 40 per cent discount for teenagers when they book stays at Club Med Bali, Club Med Bintan Island, Club Med Phuket, Club Med Cherating Beach and Club Med Kani, when they travel 1 November 2021 to 10 June 2022.

Give your COVID-weary clients the option to upgrade their stay for only 10 per cent more when switching from a superior room to a deluxe room at Club Med Bali, Club Med Bintan Island and Club Med  Phuket for trips between 1 November 2021 to 28 April 2022.

To read more about these offers, go HERE.

Rebook your credit holders for less

Rebook your clients for the following year at the same price. You read that correctly, Club Med will price match your clients booking when they rebook their original trips (excluding flights) for bookings up until 30 April 2022.

This offer is for clients who postponed their travel from 1 March 2020 and are holding their payment in future travel credit – or for guests who hold a booking for travel before April 2021 and will need to postpone their departure due to the outbound travel ban imposed by the Australian government.

To take advantage of this great deal, your clients need to rebook by 28 February 2021.

For details, go HERE.

To apply for rebooking, go HERE.

Risk-free bookings for your client and yourself

Club Med’s Agent Cancellation Protection (ACP) rewards you and recognises your hard work whether your clients decided to travel or not.

The company has evolved its commercial policy to make sure you are supported even if your client no longer wishes to travel.

The ACP makes bookings risk free for travel agents with clients looking to book holidays up until April 2022 while there’s still uncertainty surrounding international travel.

Essentially, if your clients have made a booking between 8 October 2020 and 15 January 2021 and choose to cancel their trip up to 30 days prior to their departure, you will still receive a $50 per file, in place of the commission you would have received if the client had proceeded with their travel.

To learn more about Club Med’s ACP, go HERE.

Your clients can also enjoy risk-free bookings with Club Med’s Peace of Mind Policy covering more travel dates to provide more flexible booking options, including a full refund up to 30 days prior to departure.

The Peace of Mind Policy gives your clients the ability to secure a future Club Med holiday for as little as a $200 deposit per person and they will only have to make their final payment 30 days before departure, with options to change the travel date, postpone or hold payment as a Future Travel Credit or cancel and receive a full refund.

Learn more about the Peace of Mind Policy HERE.

Not to mention, clients can enjoy the safety of knowing they are in the ‘Club Med Cocoon’ with appropriate health, hygiene and safety measures assured on both ski and sun holidays.

Learn more about Club Med’s safety policies HERE.

So, what are you waiting for?

Get your hands on all the resources you need to sell these fantastic deals including flyers, social media tools, pricing grids, EDMs and landing pages right HERE.

Need a helping hand? Get in touch with the Club Med team and book your next appointment via Club Med Connect HERE.



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