Joystar or IntelTravel

Discussion in 'Coastal Vacations' started by Cathy, Jul 4, 2007.

  1. Cathy

    Cathy New Member

    I have been reading some posts and can anyone clarify if Coastal is now supporting Joystar?
    I am from Canada, does anyone know if we can use these services?
    Thanks for any information.
    Cathy Milson
  2. cgmom

    cgmom Member

    Hi Kathy!

    Coastal does now support Joystar, which is an awesome company; however, I am not sure if there would be any problem with using this service if you are located in Canada. Sorry I can't be more help than that.

    Much Success,
    Nikki Carter
  3. luvtravel

    luvtravel New Member

    I am with Joystar they have good training and resources. I have over 12 years experience in the travel industry so Joystar was a much better choice.

  4. Cathy

    Cathy New Member

    I just talked to a Joystar rep today and he said that if you have been in Coastal for 2 years you can join at the free setup level, the Advantage xp. Others in Coastal join at the Agent Advantage Level. When you sign up you enter "Coastal" as the Company(you have to select other), and you will get 10% off the setup fees.
    After you have finished training with a mentor you are free to go out on your own in the Advantage xp Level.
    I am just researching I haven't decided to join yet, just letting you all know what I found out.
  5. susaneng

    susaneng New Member

    Thanks for your information. It is great to know that Joystar credits Coastal as travel agent experience.

  6. griffiths

    griffiths New Member

    back to the original post...Joystar or inteletravel.

    Which one do you recommend?
    Is one better than the other?
    What major advantages or fallbacks does one have over the other?
    joystar is 99.95 setup and 25.95/month
    inteletravel is 199 enrollment and 9.95/month

    Those of you who use a host travel agency do you use it for personal use or do you sell travel along side of your coastal business?

    What deals/discounts can you get through your host travel agency that you cant get with coastal?

    and the list goes on...

    Thanks guys!! (and gals) [​IMG]

  7. victorious

    victorious New Member

    We have been with Inteletravel for over a year now, before Coastal switched to Joystar, and have got discounts on almost every hotel we've requested including a FREE night at the Hyatt Place in Nashville. This is where we stayed for the last Coastal Vacations seminar.

    We also make $100 per referral, so we throw in the Inteletravel membership as a bonus for our Coastal members and we get $100 back from Inteletravel on each sign up.

    We do recommend Inteletravel. As for Joystar, we haven't tried it yet!

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