Riviera River Cruises Celebrates Travel Advisors with Gift Cards, Free Cruise, Drinks Packages
To celebrate Global Travel Advisor Day on May 3, Riviera River Cruises will offer a weeklong incentive that includes gift cards and a chance to win a free cruise for advisors, as well as drinks packages for their clients.
Advisors will receive a $200 gift card and a chance to win a free cruise in either 2023 or 2024, and their clients will receive a free drinks package for every cabin booked on a 2023 European river cruise during the week of May 1-5.
The incentive is available for any cabin or suite, including cabins with no single supplement and cabins on solo traveler departures; group bookings excluded.
“As the only European river cruise line that accepts bookings exclusively from travel advisors, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do without our partners in the agency community,” said Marilyn Conroy, Riviera River Cruises’ Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing North America. “To celebrate advisors’ efforts this year, we have incentives that benefit both them and their clients. We hope you’ll think of us first when looking at vacations on Europe’s rivers and waterways.”
The Global Travel Advisor Day incentive can be combined with Riviera’s spring promotion for new bookings of 2023 departures, which offers $650 per person off all eight-day itineraries and $1,500 per person off all 15-day itineraries through May 31.
Riviera River Cruises offers a total of 20 itineraries on 10 European rivers and waterways throughout the year, including exclusive departures for solo travelers with no single supplement and holiday season cruises. Its fleet of 11 ships is one of the youngest in Europe, with spacious cabins and suites, and its cruises include fine culinary experiences, from splendid breakfasts to delicious four-course dinners featuring regional and international specialties, as well as expert-led excursions to iconic sights and hidden gems.
Riviera guarantees exceptional value, promising never to add hidden surcharges or fees, and it doesn’t automatically include gratuities or drinks, so the choice is up to guests.