Independent sports travel specialist Worldchoice Sports wants to reward agents who have put business its way in the six months since it started selling through the trade – with the chance to win trips to the Six Nations Rugby next year.
Two three-night trips are up for grabs in February or March 2022, depending on which match the winners want to see.
Worldchoice Sports Managing Director Shay Soni said: “We started selling via agents in April and since then, we’ve had a lot of trade customers coming on board. We offer 14% commission, price parity and a commitment that we won’t undersell.
“Another bonus is our 14-day money-back guarantee, which has helped the agents sell more and feel secure.
“As a thank you, we are giving our best-selling agents the opportunity to travel with us to watch a Six Nations Rugby game.”
Aside from rugby, the Merseyside business specialises in other sports trips, particularly Formula 1, football, boxing, cricket and NFL. Mr Soni says there has also been an ‘flurry of interest’ in tennis itineraries since Emma Raducanu’s epic win at the US Open.
Mr Soni said: “There is a huge pent-up demand for all sorts of travel at the moment, and particularly in sport. It never went away during the pandemic.
“It’s a niche product but there’s lots of potential for all agents to get bookings in – people who look for this sort of product are keen sports fans. Many people would pay almost any money to get there. The future’s looking good and we are always adding new product.”
Tailor-made packages, with clients benefitting from the flexibility of dates, flight times and hotels. For most events we include highly prized tickets in our packages.
Worldchoice Sports also operates private charters, including private jets to overseas sporting fixtures, as well as train charters for football events, such as the recent Community Shield, when Liverpool fans were able to book tickets on a train that took them directly to Wembley.
Two places as a guest of the Worldchoice Sports team to watch either England or Scotland, are up for grabs to the two agents who make the most bookings with Worldchoice Sports until 1 January 2022.
Any bookings already made since April 2021, when Worldchoice Sports started selling through the trade will be counted towards the total booking figure.
Guests can fly to from their nearest airport, including Manchester, Gatwick, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Stansted, to Rome for three nights in a four-star hotel, to watch England v Italy (from 11-14 February 2022) or Scotland v Italy (from 11-14 March 2022).
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