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Wendy Wu Tours brings back ‘Partner Flies Free’ sale

Tell your clients to call their bae, because Wendy Wu Tours has just brought back its ‘Partner Flies Free’ sale!

Plus, for those single and ready to mingle or who simply prefer their own company, there’s a cheeky saving on the tour operator’s single supplement too!

That’s a saving of up to $1,200 per couple, as well as savings of up to $600 per person off the single supplement on a wide range of tours to South Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam.

The offer includes over 30 departures for travel in 2021 and 2022, and all tours are backed by its ‘Book with Confidence’ guarantee.

The guarantee includes a deposit of only $99 per person with no more to pay until 75 days before departure. Furthermore, 100 per cent deposits are placed in credit and the final balance refunded in the event of travel restrictions enforced.

Also included in the guarantee is one free date change, should your clients’ plans change for any reason. Plus, every tour features Wendy Wu Tours’ ‘Travel Safe’ protocols.

Tours are inclusive of flights, accommodation, meals, transport, sightseeing with English-speaking guides, entrance fees and visas for Australian passport holders, where required.

The offer is valid until 30 November 2020. Wendy Wu Tours selling tools and collateral are available for agents, including a digital flyer and social media kit.


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