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How much money does
a Travel Agent earn ?

How Much Money Can I Make?

The amount of money a travel agent earns can vary greatly, depending on several factors, including their experience, the size of their client base, and the type of travel services they specialize in selling. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual salary for travel agents in the United States was $39,820 in May 2020.

Keep in mind that many travel agents are self-employed or work for smaller travel agencies and earn a commission on the travel services they sell, rather than a salary. Commission rates can vary greatly, but some travel agencies offer high commission rates to incentivize their agents to sell more travel services.

In addition to their commission income, many travel agents also earn additional income from various sources, such as referral fees, booking bonuses, and travel perks. Some travel agents may also earn additional income by offering related travel services, such as travel insurance, visas, and travel money.

Ultimately, the amount of money a travel agent earns can depend on several factors and can vary greatly from one agent to another. However, with hard work and dedication, many travel agents are able to build successful careers and earn a good income in the travel industry.

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Earning Commission with BNT Travel Group

Once you have registered with BNT Travel Group, within the first 24 hours you will have the opportunity to begin selling travel and earning commission. 

BNT Travel Group specializes in various travel specialties but as an example, let’s take a look at a Caribbean vacation package sold to a client utilizing our industry leading commission levels.

Total Package Price: $3967.00

Total Commission Earned: $634.72

As a BNT Travel Group agent, your earned $190.92 more.  That is the BNT difference you deserve and can expect on all travel related sales

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 

  1. What is the initial fee?

    With BNT Travel Group there are no fees, no startup costs, no investments, and no franchise fees. However BNT Travel Group charges a one-time $249 registration fee, which is FULLY REFUNDABLE upon your first commission of $350 or more. This refund is guaranteed by legal contract. Fairly enough ! Isn't it ?! 
     

  2. Why do we charge this one-time fee? 
    The reasons are to confirm your commitment to working for our brand, and for you to take your new venture with a serious state of mind. 

     

  3. What are monthly fees?         

    BNT Travel Group does not charge any monthly fees! Becoming a travel agent as a new career or continuing your travel agent career with BNT Travel Group has never been easier. Start your Travel Agency now!
     

  4. How often will I be paid?

    Once you have begun booking your clients through BNT Travel Group, you will begin to receive your commission on the 30th of each month if your commissionable earnings are over $100.00 during that period.The more you sell, the more you will be paid.
     

  5. What percentage of my sales do you retain?

    BNT Travel Group retains anywhere from 20% to 10% of your earned commission depending on your yearly gross sales. For example, if you have earned $300 in commission, BNT Travel group will retain $60 of that commission leaving you with earnings of $240 (based on 80/20 commissions split).
     

  6. What professional affiliations do you hold as a host?

    BNT Travel Group is affiliated with CLIA, Travel Leaders Network, all major Tour Operators in the travel industry.
     

  7. What type of training do you offer?

    BNT Travel Group is committed to training our agents on all aspects of travel sales and education. We offer in person training, live online webinars and prerecorded webinars, unparalleled phone support, and much more.
     

  8. How long is my contract with BNT Travel Group?

    BNT Travel Group contract has no expiration. However BNT Travel Group reserves the rights to terminate accounts not complying with company goals and regulations.

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