New Brunswick announces details of this summer’s travel incentive program to help tourism sector during pandemic
HALIFAX – The Government of New Brunswick released details on Thursday on how the province Explore the New Brunswick Travel Incentive Program will work this summer.
In April, the province announced that the program would be offered again in the hopes of encouraging New Brunswickers to travel and discover their own province. The program was first offered in the summer of 2020 to allow the province to support its tourism sector.
“We are pleased to be able to offer this program to residents again,” said Tammy Scott-Wallace, New Brunswick Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture. “He has helped support many tourism businesses across the province and has helped New Brunswickers discover new places and hidden gems. He has truly enabled many people to continue exploring their province over the past year or so. . “
The program will run from May 27 to October 31 and will offer a 20% discount on eligible expenses up to a maximum of $ 1,000 for New Brunswickers taking vacations that include a paid overnight stay in the province.
The four categories of eligible expenses include:
Accommodation such as hotels, motels, inns, bed and breakfasts and campsites.
Food and drink in restaurants and food trucks.
Activities such as entrance fees to attractions, museums, art galleries, cultural events and outdoor adventure activities.
Travel costs such as vehicle rental, ferries and parking.
“Claimants can claim the refund if they have valid and itemized receipts from registered New Brunswick businesses and if they have a paid overnight stay in New Brunswick accommodation,” the province wrote in a press release Thursday. .
Applications can be submitted from July 5 to November 30.