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Imagine the impact of offering your people a complimentary vacation when they meet with you!
So you own a restaurant.
And you know that building loyalty with your customers should be your number one objective, as it’s all about lifetime value for you – and so you want to encourage customers to be sticky and keep coming back over and over again.
Well you’re in luck because this vacation incentive can do just that, influence customers to remain LOYAL to your restaurant AND come back regularly so that they can enjoy your free vacation reward.
We suggest you run a loyalty card promotion, a format which you’d probably be very familiar with.
You know…….similar to the traditional coffee card reward promotions where coffee houses give the customer a free coffee after a certain amount of stamps on the card.
But in YOUR CASE, the reward you’d be giving out has been TURBOCHARGED, as YOU’D BE GIVING CUSTOMERS A FREE 4 DAY USA VACATION!
So here’s the deal.
We provide you with the artwork for your loyalty card – it’s business-card size & has 10 spots on the back for you to “stamp” …& obviously you distribute your loyalty cards to as many people as possible.
You simply stamp their loyalty card each time someone spends a specific amount with you.
For example, you may promote that every time someone spends at least $50 in a single transaction at your restaurant, they receive one stamp on their loyalty card.
(So if they spend $100, they get 2 stamps.)
When they save 10 stamps on their loyalty card, it obviously means they have spent $500 with you over a period of time.
So you may highlight that when they complete two loyalty cards and therefore demonstrate they have spent $1,000 with you, they would get a free USA vacation!
If you do the math, this means they have spent at least $1,000 with you over time…and because the vacation costs you $97, you are effectively giving them an incredible loyalty gift – the cost TO YOU being less than 10% of what they have spent with you.
In other words, if the customer has spent let’s say, $1,000 with you over time….& the Vacation Gift you’re giving them costs you $97, it’s essentially equivalent to a 10% discount.
So you have turned a lame 10% discount into a jaw dropping free vacation!
And because the loyalty cards have a place for customers to provide their personal contact details, YOU’RE ALSO BENEFITTING by collecting a database!
Don’t take the “expenditure figures” we’ve given too literally – you may choose to give a stamp on loyalty cards for every $25 spent in the one transaction – & therefore a customer needs to fill 4 loyalty cards to get the free vacation – it’s entirely your call.
But one thing’s for sure, this incredible reward just goes to show that incentive-based marketing beats price discounting hands down every time!
And…it’s a surefire way to keep customers “STICKY” – as why on earth would they even “consider” dining anywhere else!!!
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
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.