Hawaii Tour operators launch Hawaii agent incentives and sales By Shane Nelson / November 10, 2014 Share 1 -- Pleasant Holidays and Apple Vacations have recently announced new Aloha State sales and agent incentive promotions. Travel agents can earn up to $2,000 in bonus commissions through Pleasant Holidays’ new group-bookings initiative announced Nov. 6. Valid for group bookings made by Dec. 31 at participating hotels on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Hawaii Island, Pleasant’s new group incentive pays agents $400 for 50 to 99 utilized room nights, $900 for 100 to 199 room nights and $2,000 for 200 room nights or more in January 2015, all in addition to the standard agent commissions. For Hawaii group travel in December 2014 and February through December 2015, agents earn $200 bonus commission for 50 to 99 nights, $450 for 100 to 199 room nights and $1,000 for 200 room nights or more. More details are available at PleasantAgent.com. Meanwhile, Apple Vacations recently launched a Hawaii Super Sale, offering air-inclusive vacations and exclusive rate reductions, dining credits and daily breakfast on bookings made by Nov. 20 for travel starting Jan. 4 through March 31. A range of packages is available at all of Apple’s participating Hawaii hotel properties with flights departing from major U.S. gateways.Travelers departing from San Francisco can, for example, book five nights in an oceanfront room at the Royal Kona Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii for $959 per person based on double occupancy.Or the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa is offering five nights starting at $1,299 per person through the Apple Hawaii Super sale. The Hyatt special is based on double occupancy in a Waikiki-view room with daily buffet breakfast for two along with the resort’s fourth-night-free promotion. Visit www.applevacations.com for complete details.