I recently got a great question from a new client after I explained that I don't charge fees.
"If you don't mind me asking, where is the benefit to you for booking our trip and doing the research if you don't charge a commission?"
Here's my answer:
Great question. The resort pays me the commission. Commissions are built into the price for most cruises, resorts, packages, tours and Disney. If you use a website like Expedia to book, Expedia gets the commission. If you book directly through a resort's website, the resort keeps the commission as extra profit. If you call a 800 number, the person who answers the phones keeps part of the commission. If I make the booking, I get a commission from resort.
I have contemplated charging a fee because many people thinks this sounds too good to be true, but it is really how it works. I hope you'll consider booking with me as you'll get the same prices, but have the benefit of my research and advocacy on your behalf.
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