Wholesalers

Club Med puts Bali and Phuket on sale with massive agent rewards

Club Med has announced a string of offers on last-minute holidays to Club Med Bali and Club Med Phuket for both new bookings and credit holders, as well as some pretty spiffy rewards for consultants.

Club Med is further discounting its all-inclusive package when flights are added to Bali and Phuket.

Simply combine return flights when booking by 31 May via the new Club Med Travel Portal.

Better yet, discounts are available for travel dates during school holiday periods.

Bali Air Package Discount:

  • New departures at up to 25 per cent off
  • Stay 6 nights or more for travel dates 28 May – 16 December 2022
  • Combined air and land packages only

Phuket Air Package Discount:

  • New departures at up to 20 per cent off
  • Stay 6 nights or more for travel dates between 7  May – 16 December 2022
  • Combined air and land packages only

To celebrate the reopening of Club Med Phuket, Club Med has launched a new deal on Phuket Family Interconnecting Rooms, giving families and groups better value than ever before.

Families can take advantage of this discount for travel dates during school holidays as well as off-peak dates – but be quick, as bookings must be made by May 31!

Phuket Interconnecting Room Discount:

  • No connecting room surcharge applied to new bookings
  • Stay 6 nights or more for travel dates between 7  May – 4 November 2022
  • For both air packages and land only bookings

Club Med is also giving clients with Bali Future Travel Credits holders something to smile about.

Clients who rebook their Bali holiday by 10 June for travel dates from now until 4 November 2022, will receive a credit top-up of up to 10 per cent.

Travel agents can book via Club Med’s Travel Portal and submit a request for the Future Travel Credit and the additional top-up to be applied to the booking.

But it’s not all about the clients, with rewards for agents too including double loyalty points with its loyalty program, Club Med Advantage, plus five $300 gift cards are up for grabs.

The top five consultants with the highest revenue of Club Med’s all-inclusive land package sold (excluding flights) will receive a $300 gift voucher of their choice.

Bookings made by 30th June for client departures in May and June 2022 will go towards this prize.

For every dollar sold of Club Med accommodation and services for Bali and Phuket, two points are awarded towards agent’s Club Med Advantage Consultant Rewards.

The bookings must be made by 30 June and for client departures in May and June 2022.



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