Agents Stay for Free at Sandos Resorts!

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Who says your clients get to have all the fun in the sun? With Sandos, you can earn yourself a free Mexico vacation. Picture yourself on a sun-drenched beach in one of Mexico’s top travel destinations, with a margarita in your hand and a smile on your face. By booking stays at Sandos Hotels & Resorts, you can make this daydream a reality… and it’s all on us.

Sandos boasts four gorgeous all-inclusive resorts in Mexico where you can get a little R&R and a killer tan thanks to our travel agent incentive program. These resorts are located on some of the most breathtaking beaches in the country, which means that you can experience a free vacation in Los Cabos, Cancun or the Riviera Maya. Choose from our four properties:

Here’s how our incentive program works:

  • Each 7-night stay that you book is worth one point.
  • Accumulate your points for a free vacation. One point earns you a free night for one person.
  • You can combine bookings to earn points. (Example: First booking staying 3 nights + second booking staying 4 nights = 7 nights, which gives you one point.)
  • With group bookings, you can earn up to a max of 14 points for the same group.
  • Your minimum stay is three nights in double occupancy. You need an equal amount of points for your travel companion. (Example: A 3-night stay for two people costs six points.)
  • Blackout dates: Christmas, Easter, and long weekends in Canada and the U.S. are subject to availability.

To download your Sandos incentive points form, you can log into our professionals page. Next, choose “Sandos Corporate” from the hotel drop-down menu. Click on “Catalogues” on the left-hand sidebar, and you’ll see the PDF form with all the information you need to register your points. We hope to see you at one of our Sandos Mexico resorts very soon.

 

 

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