Come back for another massage within 7 days of the last massage and get $7 off the next full body massage purchase at the Happy Head. Just book online and use code “7FOR7” in the coupon section.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 11, 2016
Here’s a little secret that most business don’t want customers to ever find out: they want customers to keep coming back and buying more of their stuff! But the real kicker is that if they want customers to come back, why the heck do they make it so difficult? Thanks to so many wonderful Happy Head customers, the Happy Head has gotten to a point where they can eliminate spending advertising dollars on acquiring new customers, and instead focus their time, energy, and resources on giving their existing customers the best deals possible. That’s why they now offer their existing customers the new 7 For 7 Deal. It’s no secret that they want customers to come back and keep coming back.
The new deal is simple. When customers come back for another massage within 7 days of their last massage, they get $7 off their next full body massage purchase at the Happy Head. Just book online at http://www.HappyHeadMassage.com/booking and use code “7FOR7” in the coupon section. It’s not valid with any other offers and it’s only valid within 7 days of the last massage at the Happy Head. It’s that simple. This massage is valid towards the one hour or more Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai Combo, Asian Fusion, or 4 Hand Massage. It's not valid towards the Asian Style massage.
The Happy Head has been asked time and time again why they don’t charge customers for a membership. The answer is simple. Massage memberships completely suck. Why the heck should customers have to pay a monthly fee over and over just to get a massage at an affordable price? The answer as to why some companies charge their customers a monthly fee just to use their services may surprise many people. Here’s the secret behind the reason why many massage chains want the customer's money whether they use their services or not and how to possibly get out of a massage membership once being locked in:
1. It’s All About The Exit Strategy
It seems wrong to think about the breakup before the first date, but that’s exactly what must be done with a membership at a massage parlor. While massage membership contracts can be full of booby traps, long-term commitments, useless sign-up fees, and so on, the vast majority of massage membership complaints come down to one thing: Consumers get charged after they quit.
Here’s something to consider. Before signing up for a membership, make sure to have the company’s cancellation policy in writing, and understand it well. Often it goes like this: members must give the company 30 days’ notice, which generally gives the massage establishment one extra month of the customer's money.
That’s fine, but often, massage establishments that are very good at signing members up are awful at processing cancellation paperwork. So send the cancellation in writing with a return receipt request. Also take the paperwork into the establishment and get someone to sign it in person.
2. They Want Customer's Membership Fees, But That Doesn’t Mean They Want Them To Use Their Services
Why would they want to charge fees if they don’t want customers to use their services? Many of these establishments oversell their memberships. So if everyone actually uses the services for what they were intended for, there would be no room to service their customers. So a lot of these companies rely on customers throwing money at them every month in the form of membership dues with the hope that they actually won’t come in and use their services. It’s free money!
3. Memberships Keep Customers Locked In Whether They Like The Services Or Not
Massage is very subjective. And because of that, many massage establishments rely on memberships forcing customers to remain as a customer instead of providing excellent service to keep their customers. By sticking people with a membership, these massage establishments know that when they don’t like the service they received, they’ll most likely return anyway because of the monthly dues that customers are already paying. It’s a poor way to keep customers, but it works very well. Memberships prevent the customer from trying other establishments because it makes the customer feel like they are losing money by not fully utilizing their membership. In the long run however, it will generally cost the consumer more to pay a monthly membership and get mediocre service.
Will Happy Head Massage Ever Charge Membership Fees?
The short answer is no. The long answer is heck no! One of the biggest reasons that the Happy Head became the premier place in San Diego to get a massage was the fact that they never required memberships. They relied on excellent customer service and great massage without the spa prices. By giving their customers the freedom to choose their service and not locking customers into a long-term membership, it forces all the staff to remain accountable for always providing the best service possible. The Happy Head does not believe in charging customers every single month whether they receive a massage or not. They don’t believe in forcing customers to sign a contract in order to receive a discounted rate. They believe that customers will enjoy their experience so much that they will come back again and again because they want to, not because they have to.
So before signing up for a long term contract just to get a discounted massage, know that there are many more options available. With Happy Head's 7 for 7 deal, customers can get regular affordable massages without memberships and contracts.