Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 22, 2014
The way it works is quite simple. Each member will receive a unique membership ID number upon registration. When an individuals friend or family member is looking to book a cruise, like so many people are, they call Cruise Refer with the members ID number and the member receives a 4% referral fee. No selling, no going over itineraries or making tough recommendations. Cruise Refer handles it all. Some may be thinking like “Ok, 4% is a little low.” Well put this into perspective. The average travel agent working a 40-hour work week, making 150+ sales calls a day makes between 6%-10%. Members are getting 4% just for sitting back and having their friends and family book.
Think about that one person who plans the family trip each year and has to be the one dealing with the cruise companies, finding the best pricing and selecting a destination the family would enjoy. Of course their end satisfaction is a great family vacation with their loved ones, but how about getting compensated for it as well. That same family cruise is 8 cabins and each paying $2,000 a cabin. That’s $640 in the member’s pocket. So that same trip the member was going to go on no matter what just netted them $640. Not too shabby. So, what’s the catch? How much does it cost to become a member? Well, it is absolutely free. Yes, free. “We do not want to charge our members for such a unique and innovative service,” said Baron Forbes, Cruise Refers Chief Executive Officer. “Our ultimate goal is to change the way consumers book cruise travel. Members are not allowed to sell travel or promote travel related services. We handle all the bookings and are very excited about what the future holds for the industry.” Visit http://www.cruiserefer.com or contact sales(at)cruiserefer(dot)com for any additional inquires.
Cruise Refer is a subsidiary of Stick to Cruises, Inc. a full service travel agency.