Titan Travel launches reward platform for agents

Titan Travel claims its new reward platform for agents makes it the only touring operator to have an incentives portal dedicated to its trade partners.

The Titan Trade Rewards platform allows agents to earn points on any bookings made.

Agents can spend their points with more than 250 retailers such as Marks and Spencer, Argos, Dunelm and Odeon, or save their points to buy or experience something special.

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Also, agents registering for the platform in July will be entered into a prize draw to win one of three £250 lifestyle vouchers.

Hayley Morris, Titan’s head of trade sales, said: “We are proud to unveil our new reward platform for agents, making us the only touring operator in the UK to offer such a service.

“Designed to show our appreciation, it aims to improve our engagement with all our trade partners and make them feel truly valued.

“Every month we’ll pay out incentives in recognition of the support from our amazing trade partners.

“Each agent in every retail branch, as well as every homeworker or agent in a call centre can register and immediately start accumulating points to spend as they wish.

“Our strap line on the platform is ‘Titan Loves Trade’ and this encapsulates our approach to working with the travel trade, as we love to reward our agent partners for all their hard work in securing Titan bookings.

“Equally, we hope agents love our new reward platform and thoroughly enjoy spending their well-earned points.”

Agents can earn points based on the booking value of the holiday confirmed, with a maximum of 30 points available per holiday.

Up to £2,000 booking value earns 10 points; £2,001-£5,000 is 15 points; £5,001-£10,000 is 20 points; and £10,0001 or more earns 30 points

Points will be automatically allocated to the agent once the booking has been registered on the portal.

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