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Imagine the impact of offering your people a complimentary vacation when they meet with you!
If you’re in the TUTORING business, here’s how we believe you could get the best result from this vacation incentive.
You might provide tutoring for math, science, languages, writing, cooking, music or any number of things.
So, here’s HOW you can offer the vacation incentive.
Either give the free vacation away with a larger commitment – perhaps a bundle of 10 sessions, or whatever.
OR…create a loyalty reward format where you reward a client when they reach a certain number of tutoring sessions.
So…in the first instance – where someone pays UPFRONT for multiple tutoring sessions at once – let’s say 10 tutoring sessions for a thousand dollars, you might give them a free vacation instantly.
So, your advertising could promote, “Pay For A Full Term Of Tutoring Upfront & You Get A Free Vacation.”
Imagine what THIS sort of offer could do for your CASHFLOW!
Let’s say for example – you usually average $100 a week from a client for music lessons – so over 10 weeks you’d earn $1,000 in revenue.
Imagine if you offered a FREE VACATION when someone paid the total amount UPFRONT!
Our bet is that your CASHFLOW would receive a MASSIVE BOOST!
So, if you’re looking for a CASHFLOW stimulus, stop looking…YOU’VE JUST FOUND IT!
If you think it might be tough to persuade people to pay upfront, then you might like to reward clients for long-term loyalty, by giving them a vacation point for every tutoring session…& when they reach a certain number of points, THEY GET THE FREE VACATION!
For example, if someone was paying you $100 per session, you might reward them with the free vacation after 10 sessions.
Given that the vacations cost you just $97, the aim should be that you give a vacation away once a client has spent at least a thousand dollars.
Because the vacation costs you just $97, this equates to a modest 10% discount if the sale is $1,000 or so.
And of course, we all know that the free vacation incentive is ALWAYS going to be a significantly bigger customer attraction strategy than a tiny 10% discount offer!
Yet it costs YOU the same!
So there you go – it’s a really simple “adult Happy Meal toy” incentive that’ll help ATTRACT, CONVERT… & KEEP clients – where your investment is probably LESS than the equivalent of a 10% discount on your normal prices.
We’re guessing you can see that this incredible vacation reward concept goes to show that incentive-based marketing beats price discounting hands down every time!
This unique Vacations Incentive Program allows you to attract new customers by offering complimentary vacations with purchases.
Think of your “Free Vacation” offer as a powerful alternative to price-discounting.
(You can also enjoy a vacation 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 vacation!”
When a customer makes the required purchase or commitment, you give them a Vacation Certificate.
Your customer then chooses their destination & has 7 days to activate it & 18 months to travel.
A. Receives Vacation Certificate
Your customer receives their Vacation 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 vacation 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 vacation.
* 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.