Affiliates may only promote codes that are provided through the Lonely Planet affiliate programme.
Lonely Planet reserve the right to withhold payment of commission if unauthorised voucher codes are used in an affiliate sale. ‘Unauthorised voucher codes’ may refer to staff discount codes, daily deal unique codes where Lonely Planet has agreed commercials directly with a 3rd party, or when codes have specific stipulations, i.e. a requirement to be a Lonely Planet newsletter subscriber, Facebook fan or Twitter follower.
We appreciate that consumers may use voucher codes that they have found via a site other than that which is awarded the sale and this will be investigated before decisions on commission payment are made. Any affiliate found to be displaying unauthorised codes may also have their commission set to zero until the code(s) are removed.
Where voucher codes are issued with an expiry date this should be clearly displayed, and codes should be removed or explicitly marked as expired after this date unless you are advised otherwise. Any affiliates displaying expired codes without marking them as being expired may be suspended from the programme. Please also ensure that you observe the IAB voucher code best practice guidelines.