We know that starting out with planning fees can give you all the feels – fear, anxiety and overwhelm.
Those feelings come from not having clarity and confidence on two things:
- You are suffering from imposter syndrome and are scared you’ll lose bookings if you charge a fee. Your confidence is shot and you need need to believe in yourself before you ask others to.
- You know you deserve a fee but you don’t know how to explain that. Words just aren’t your forte
We have help for you.
If you need to wrap your head around why and how to charge fees check out our free video training HERE
If you aren’t sure what to write on that email or website copy to explain your fees try something like this… (yes, you can copy and paste it – you’re welcome).
“Professional travel advisors like myself helped millions of travelers around the world at the start of the pandemic.
We helped get travelers home, and we waited for days at a time on hold for each of our clients to cancel and change their upcoming travel with airlines, hotels, cruise lines, and tour operators.
We were so pleased that our clients had us to advocate for them and we look forward to rebooking them to travel again when they are ready.
We are excited for the world to reopen to you, and look forward to a busy 2021 planning travels for 2021 and 2022 for you.
Our new Travel Planning Fee will ensure that you receive that incredible level of pre-departure and in-destination support from our team, just like those travelers who were affected by the pandemic. You can dream of and plan your next vacation with us full of confidence.
We are currently booking travelers on vacations that offer flexibility which means that they can push out their departure date with ease should changes arise.
Click below to learn about our new Travel Planning Fee and start thinking about your next vacation. We’re here to turn it from a thought to a boarding pass!”
If you still have questions about introducing a service fee to your business, head over and submit them for Sandra to answer Live on the next Travel Marketing Townhall meeting.