Explore Rail Offering Bonus Commission to Travel Agents

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Explore Rail is enticing travel agents to book more of its most popular Canadian, Japanese and Australian products, by offering commission increases of up to 3% on all new bookings.

The specialist rail division of travel wholesaler Explore Holidays has introduced a 15% commission on Rocky Mountaineer packages up from the regular level of 13%, amongst other great new incentives for agents.

The increased commission offer is valid for all new bookings made that are paid in full by 31 January, 2010.

Explore Rail can confirm all Rocky Rail packages instantly and now, with 15% commission, why would you book anywhere else, said Ben Alcock, marketing manager for Explore Holidays.

Explore Rail has also boosted commission from 7% to 10% on all The Ghan and Indian Pacific rail packages and raised commission from 6% to 8% on Japan Rail product.

Explore Rail covers products across Britain and Europe, the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Asia and Australia including all Ghan, Indian Pacific and Overland fares and packages.

Explore says travellers are returning to the tracks in strong numbers due to advantages including safety, comfort, flexibility, freedom to move around, meeting new friends, great value and the fact that it is environmentally friendly.

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