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Club Med Locations Lure Couples and Families


Exotic Club Med Locations Lure Couples and Families


Auckland 2 October 2006 – Families and couples have now got even more reason to holiday at Club Med with a hot new deal on offer at some of the most stunning Club Med villages on the planet.

Whether Australia, Malaysia, Thailand, the Maldives or Tahiti takes your fancy Club Med - the world’s leading operator of all-inclusive resort holidays – has a hot deal, all your clients need to do is choose which exotic location.

Australia’s stunning Lindeman Island; the tropical paradise of Cherating Beach on Malaysia’s east coast; Phuket in Thailand with its jade green sea; the shimmering white sands of Kani in the Maldives or the coral paradise of Tahiti’s Bora Bora.

For couples the second adult can stay for half price – saving up to $1,330 per couple – at Club Med Lindeman Island, Cherating Beach Malaysia, Phuket, Kani or Bora Bora. Or for families kids stay, play and eat for half price – save up to $690 per child – at Club Med Lindeman Island, Cherating Beach Malaysia or Phuket.

“It’s a great offer for Club Med converts who already love our villages and an even better deal to encourage newcomers to experience all that Club Med offers. The best part of a Club Med holiday is that everything is paid for before your clients leave home, as with all Club Med stays, huge value with open bar and all-day dining plus agents earn full 10% commission,” says Jenny Aitken, Club Med Marketing Manager New Zealand. “This really makes Club Med the ultimate all-value, all – inclusive resort holiday.”

The offer is valid for sales until 30 November 2006 and travel between 1 October 2006 – 30 June 2007. Deals can’t be combined.

All sales on these deals are 10% commissionable for agents.

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