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Best MLM Travel Companies (2013)

In researching the absolute best MLM travel companies for 2013, I was actually surprised by what I found.

I expected to see dozens of thriving companies, each with their own ‘hook’ on how they can provide customers with sweet travel deals for less.

I expected to see competitive compensation plans designed to draw in top tier affiliates.

I expected to see lots of great reviews, few complaints and almost no cries of scams.

And I expected to have a helluva time deciding which one I should join.

Needless to say, none of my expectations were met.

Turns out, there are very few legitimate, long-standing travel companies even doing business here in 2013…

Of those that are, many appeared to be on life support.

(Many more had dissipated or been forced to shut down by the FTC, thanks to dodgy business models that were more like pyramid schemes than bona-fide business opportunities.)

On the bright side, this made my research easier.

But on the flip side, I wondered if the travel niche was really going to be viable for the long-haul.

After sifting through my fair share of complaints, ripoff reports, negative reviews and troublesome news, I was skeptical to say the least.

However, I couldn’t deny my gut instinct…

… which was telling me if I could only find a luxury vacation club – that offered a decent biz opp on the back-end – I could literally manufacture my dream lifestyle.

I could travel the world in style and make a boatload of money doing it.

I mean, it doesn’t get any better than that, right?

So I pushed forward, determined to find that ideal company of my dreams.

What’d I find?

Well, based on the criteria I was looking for — a travel company that:

… had been around and in good-standing for at least 5 years.

… sold a product I’d genuinely use myself, even if I couldn’t resell it for a profit.

… I’d be proud to put my name behind (the marketing needed to be hype-free and focus on the actual product, not the money-making potential).

… would make it well worth my time to promote (ideally, had commissions in the multiple thousands of dollars).

… had fast payouts that allowed me to generate serious cash flow, without waiting around for weeks or months to get paid.

… offered a smart compensation plan where I’d benefit from my team members, but wouldn’t lose any of my own sales to “pass-ups.”

… Based on those specific criteria, I was able to narrow it down rather quickly to the following two choices:

In the end, I decided to join Resorts 360 for a couple of reasons.

First, I believe their user interface – where you search, scope out and book trips, vacations, cruises, etc – is better.  This of course makes the travel discounts easier to consume.

Second, I liked their compensation plan more.  Although the top-end commission potential is slightly higher with Global Resorts Network ($7,700 vs $5,000 for Resorts360), I think you can make more money, easier, with Resort360’s 25% bonus overrides.

Basically, you get all of your commissions, plus a 25% pass-up commission from each sale your referrals make.

I couldn’t resist the leveraged passive income potential with Resorts 360.

(See their compensation structure here.)

I’ve been very happy with my decision, by the way.  If you’re contemplating buying into a network marketing travel company, either for the savings, the business or both…

… I can’t recommend it enough.

Granted, my opinion is biased, since I’m a member, but clearly I’d encourage you to roll with R360.  Visit my about page or watch this video to see how I’m living these days, and I think you’ll see why.

I do offer a coaching bonus and done-for-you online marketing suite for anyone who teams up with me inside Resorts 360 (learn more here).

If you have any questions, leave ‘em below or email me here.

Your travel MLM mentor,

Brad Campbell


About the author: Profit Pimp helps network marketers overcome their Kool-Aid addiction. Like Danny DeVito in a purple El Camino, he’s neato. Read his stuff. After all, it’s free — unlike prostitution.

9 comments… add one

  • john McCarthy April 19, 2013, 7:42 am

    Hello brad. I was checking out MLM Travel stuff and came across your comments. Very concerning reading. Have you checked out Express Pay Travel? You can search twitter and or see it on a YTube video connection. under the name Carlo Servello who is listed as President on the company site. Let me know what you think of it. Regards, John

    • Brad Campbell April 19, 2013, 9:51 am

      Haven’t heard about it. Watched a short video about it – definitely looks a little suspect, but who knows…

  • Jessica May 29, 2013, 11:56 pm

    Hey Brad. How about World Ventures? I came across them once, curious about any experience or your opinion on it.


    • Brad Campbell May 30, 2013, 9:21 am

      Hey Jessica, not familiar with ‘em at all, but will try to do some research and write a review on it when I get some downtime…

  • Dianne June 1, 2013, 11:29 am

    Hey there

    Do you know anything about a travel company called World Discovery Club. The executives seem to be really known in either the MLM arena or travel arena. I guess you will always find some negative comments about people or companies but overall should find positive comments. That is what I seem to be finding in any research on the Management Team and their backgrounds. I am of the understanding the have been able to get contracts direct with travel companies…not through a 3rd party provider etc. All sounds positive but wanting to reach out and see what information you or others might have.

    • Brad Campbell June 1, 2013, 2:28 pm

      No Dianne, sorry. If I do more travel MLM reviews, I’ll definitely add it to the list.

  • Heidi Bywater September 6, 2013, 4:29 pm


    I am also curious about World Ventures. I met with a really cool lady yesterday who is a consultant for them and says even her parents are making great money! Seems like MLM companies are popping up everywhere these days. Thank you

  • Mike Martinez October 5, 2013, 9:34 pm

    Hey Brad good coverage of the travel MLM opportunities. The travel industry in general is a 6 trillion $ industry. A giant compared to health or weight loss. Plus the competition is much lighter with travel, at least when it comes to MLM. Great post brother.

    • Brad Campbell October 6, 2013, 10:06 am

      Thanks my man – love your blog… always see you going strong in Google.

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