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TACentre.com dangles prizes for summer bookings
Singapore, May 20, 2013
 

TACENTRE.COM is offering cash rewards and prizes to travel consultants who purchase travel products through its online wholesale system as part of its Great Summer Sales 2013 promotion.

 

The site is dangling cash rewards, chances to win prizes, and cash vouchers. A travel consultants' chances are based on bookings made between April 24 to June 30, for the travel period between April 24 until July 31, which must be the last date of check-out for hotel bookings.

 

To redeem cash rewards, consultants must book featured products coded Great Summer Sales 2013 and accumulate booked revenue of more than S$5,000 (US$3,982) for the minimum reward of S$60.

 

Consultants can redeem S$120 for bookings over S$10,000; S$200 for bookings over S$15,000; S$300 for bookings over S$20,000; and S$500 for bookings above S$25,000.

 

The cash reward can be either transferred into the consultants' choice of credit card or collected in cash at TACentre.com offices.

 

For the lucky draw, consultants only need to book any product available on TACentre.com's system for one entry, with no cap on the number of chances to win prizes such a an iPad, an iPad Mini and hotel stays across Asia.

 

Cash vouchers will also be gifted to travel consultants who book any product during the promotion period, for use on his or her own travel bookings made between July 1 to August 31.

 

The e-vouchers come in denominations of S$10 and S$50, with S$10 vouchers valid for hotel bookings of at least S$150 in total value, and S$50 valid for flight packages of minimum S$1,500.

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