CostSaver wants to make it as straightforward as possible to sell their product; so they have developed the ‘magic’ C3 Factor which they hope will do just that.
The three-step holiday offering comes with some pretty big promises, with CostSaver saying it will help Travel Agents gain more customers, save time and close more sales.
So how does it work?
It’s all to do with booking clients on Guided Independent Tours as opposed to Fully Independent Travel.
These tours offers customers hotels, some meals and sightseeing, plus a Travel Director trained by Trafalgar. The rest of the trip is up to the customer to tailor-make themselves.
Selling these trips is where the C3 factor comes into place.
C1 = More customers because of the flexibility of the trips which can suit all customers.
c2 = Cuts time because these trips can be booked in 20 minutes flat.
C3 = Close the sale because CostSaver’s “Ready To Go” rate means that clients will be guaranteed the best available value is the one available on that day
Take a look at this cute clip for a rundown.
Managing Director of CostSaver and Trafalgar Matthew Cameron-Smith said he was expecting big things from this new way of selling.
“We knew that agents wanted a holiday offering that was simple, effective and drove sales at pace and it’s rewarding to see CostSaver really resonating. We are confident that the C3 Factor will create even greater sales success and lead to 2018 being a bumper year.”
Managing Director of CostSaver and Trafalgar Matthew Cameron-Smith.
CostSaver believes customers can score savings of up to 25% when choosing Guided Independent Tours as opposed to Fully Independent Travel.
From $114 per day CostSaver guests can travel across Europe and Britain, the USA and Canada, and Central and South America, seeing some of the world’s most iconic sights with time to then explore on their own.
The trips are easily bookable via the trade site or via the reservations team.
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