Read below how easy it is for you to run this jaw-dropping promotional offer & reap the financial benefits!
Imagine the impact of offering your people a complimentary holiday when they meet with you!
So you sell boats – maybe of all sizes.
You might sell speed boats, sailboats, yachts, bowriders, pontoon boats, catamarans, kayaks, dinghies & all sorts of watercraft.
If you’re targeting water lovers, the good news is that your promotional format is very straightforward.
You would simply offer homeowners a free holiday when they purchase a boat from you – however, we suggest that you offer this deal for your less expensive boats, perhaps those under £10,000.
For your HIGHER PRICED BOATS, it makes sense to use the Free Holiday as a LEADS GENERATOR.
In other words, your social media ads & other communications would invite people to simply, “Schedule a Zoom call or attend a meeting with you,” …& in return, they walk away with a FREE HOLIDAY!
Because think about this for a moment – whilst the 4 day HOLIDAY is a fabulous incentive, it’s unlikely to have a major impact on someone looking to buy a £120,000 yacht.
However, it WOULD likely have a HUGE IMPACT on influencing a prospective BUYER of a £120,000 boat TO AT LEAST SCHEDULE A MEETING WITH YOU.
Likewise, it would undoubtedly have an impact on someone who was considering spending £20,000 or £30,000 on a boat.
Your advertising would promote the fact that if someone booked a get-together with you to discuss the boat or boats they might be interested in, THEY RECEIVE A FREE HOLIDAY!
Now if your conversion rate is, for example, 2 out of 10 from such meetings, your RETURN ON INVESTMENT will be INSANE.
Let’s do the math.
Given the holiday are £49 each, ten meetings will cost you ten times £49 – that’s a total of £490.
However, if you convert just TWO of the 10 prospects – & let’s say each bought a £50,000 boat…we bet you’d do that every day of the week!
This is a LEAD GEN tactic on steroids!
To ensure you’re not wasting time with tire-kickers, your advertising would send interested people to a landing page (which WE can help you with), where the prospects need to leave their details AND answer a number of pre-qualification questions.
You know…the sort of questions YOU’D ask when you get a general inquiry – just to make sure the prospect is at least lukewarm.
If they don’t pass “the pre-qualification test,” THEY DON’T get to meet with you – plain & simple…so you’re NOT wasting your time – nor are you wasting your holiday certificate.
This way, you’re only talking to real prospects – & the free holiday incentive works its magic!
So as you can see, you can use the free holiday as a CONVERSION TOOL for smaller priced boats…& as a powerful LEAD GENERATOR for higher priced boats.
1. Get Holiday Certificates
This unique Holiday Incentive Program allows you to attract new customers by offering complimentary holiday with purchases.
Think of your “Free Holiday” offer as a powerful alternative to price-discounting.
(You can also enjoy a holiday yourself!)
Our team builds a Landing Page & Facebook Ads for you – & manages your FB ad campaign for 1 month – at no charge.
So we help you get leads by promoting your new offer of “buy from us & get a free holiday!”
3. Give Holiday to Customers
When a customer makes the required purchase or commitment, you give them a Holiday Certificate.
Your customer then chooses their destination & has 7 days to activate it & 18 months to travel.
A. Receives Holiday Certificate
Your customer receives their Holiday Certificate electronically via email & SMS – or you can download and print it for your customer.
B. Chooses Destination & Activates
Your customer visits a specific webpage on RedeemVacations.com & selects destination. Your customer has 7 days to “activate” their holiday by paying the taxes & fees.
C. Makes Reservation & Travels
After “activation”, your customer has up to 18 months to lock in specific dates and choose their preferred hotel and take their holiday.
* Travel not included & booking & service fees are applicable – also Terms & Conditions apply.
There’s normally a modest Friday & Saturday “surcharge” if guests want to include those “peak nights” in their stay.