Product Setup

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All questions on ‘Getting Started’

You may call it something different (tour, activity, or experience), but a Product is simply what you will be selling on the website.  Examples of Products include bus tours, walking tours, sightseeing excursions, and snorkeling tours.

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Click on ‘Create a new Product’ in the drop-down menu in the right-hand corner or on your Product list page to begin setting up a new Product listing.

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The Product name is what your Product will be called on the website.  This is what will draw customers to book your Product, so select an appealing name that accurately labels the Product and helps it to stand out.

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There is no set limit for the amount of Products in your portfolio. The more Products you list on Expedia, the more exposure each individual Product and your company receives, increasing the chances that the Product will be booked. Each new Product must be verified by your Destination Manager before being set live and must meet Expedia’s requirements. Please note that all bookings on Expedia are instantly confirmed, so any additional Products you wish to list must be able to be booked in this way.

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All questions on ‘Basic Information Section’

The Product description is a detailed outline of what the customer will experience when participating in your Product. Provide a complete overview of what customers can expect, mentioning each component of the Product in a clear way that follows the order of the itinerary from start to finish.  You may want to use the Chrome plug-in Grammarly which picks up spelling or grammar mistakes as you type in your browser.

Product highlights are your chance to present the five most compelling reasons to purchase your Product on the website. Call out what makes your Product unique, and use brief but inspirational language to keep customers reading.

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All questions on ‘Details Section’

Inclusions are exactly what a customer receives for the price of your Product. Do not list optional items or add-ons in this section—you should only state what is included across all of the price points on the Option. For example, do not put Lunch in Inclusions if you have one Option with Lunch and one without Lunch.

Exclusions are items that a customer might expect to be, but are not, included in your Product’s price. This section ensures that a customer is not misled or given the wrong impression when purchasing your Product, so attempt to be clear and concise here.

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The Know Before You Book section is where you should provide any information that impact a customer’s decision to purchase your Product. Consider the logistics, restrictions, and requirements of the customer: age, physical condition (wheelchair accessibility), requirements (height/weight), group size, and special certifications, etc. This section will appear on the website before the customer books the Product.

The Know Before You Go section lists any information that the customer needs to know prior to participating in your Product. This section does not appear on the website, but will appear on the customer’s confirmation/voucher after booking. This is the place to put essential post-booking information, such as when a customer needs to check in before a tour, what they need to bring or wear, and what actions (if any) are required of them prior to the travel date.

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You can click on the ‘Example Voucher’ link in the LXPC Self-Service Tool on the bottom of the product page to view the exact sections of information available to customers on their confirmation / voucher after booking or view an example listing using the ‘Example Listing’ link.

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An example voucher is included below for your quick reference.

Example Voucher

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You can click on the ‘Example Listing’ link in the LXPC Self-Service Tool on the bottom of the product page to view the sections of information which will appear on the website prior to purchase and view what customers will see on their confirmation / voucher using the ‘Example Voucher’ link.

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An example listing is included below for your quick reference.

Example Listing

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All questions on ‘Photos Section’

From the Product list page, click on the ‘Actions’ link and select ‘Edit’ in the drop-down menu of the Product you wish to amend. You can upload new photos by heading to the ‘Photos’ section, clicking on the ‘Add Photos’ button, and uploading a maximum of 10 photos per Product.

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You can delete photos by clicking the ‘X’ in the corner of the photo you wish to remove. The lead photo of your listing will automatically default to the first photo you upload. You can change the new lead photo by selecting ‘Hero’ image field under preferred image.

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Click the ‘Continue’ button to go onto the next section of Product setup.

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The lead photo of your listing will automatically default to the first photo you upload. You can change the new lead photo by selecting ‘Hero’ image field under the preferred image.

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All questions on ‘Location Section’

You can find your product’s Meeting Point in the ‘Location’ section on the side bar.

Your products’s Meeting Point is the exact location where the customer has to be in order to redeem their voucher. Enter a specific street address or, if you provide hotel pickup, enter “Hotel Pickup” in the Meeting Point Name field and enter a city or address to define your pickup area.

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If your product has multiple meeting or pickup locations, you can add additional meeting points by clicking the ‘Add another meeting point’ button and completing the required details.

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Make sure to click ‘Save and Continue’ to send edits through to the live website.

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The product listing is found underneath the meeting point address(es) in the ‘Location’ tab.

Here, you must outline the address of your product before your listing can go live on Expedia. Unlike the meeting point address, you can only have one product location address for each listing.

For a full breakdown of what the product location is and how you should set it up for your product, please select ‘…more’ which is found underneath the Product Location heading (as shown below).

Examples:

o For attractions e.g. Empire State Building – Meeting Point & Product Location are the same
o For standard activities and experiences e.g. walking or coach tour of New York – Meeting Point is the location customer meets the tour and Product Location could be the #1 point of interest e.g. Central Park
o For full-day experiences that visit lots of top 10 points of interest in a city – assign the #1 you feel customers are booking your experience to see

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From the product list page, click on the ‘Actions’ link and select ‘Edit’ in the drop-down menu of the product you wish to amend. Head to the ‘Location’ section on the side bar where you are able to add a Meeting point name, Meeting point address, and populate a location point for the map which will display on the website for customers to view.

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Set one or more meeting points for your customers to find your product. You will be able to provide more detailed directions later in your redemption instructions if you need to.

Meeting point name: Enter a friendly name for your meeting point, such as a location description (The fountain in Washington Square Park) or a storefront (Jake’s Dive Shop) where customers need to go on the day of the tour.

Location address: Enter an exact location address and select from the dropdown to populate the map.

You can manually update or provide more specific address details by selecting Update Address Information below. Make sure to also re-populate the map using the ‘Populate Map’ button so the pin drops in the new location.

If you provide hotel pick-up use location name “Hotel Pickup” and a location address or the city center to define your pickup area as below.
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You can find your product’s Meeting Point in the ‘Location’ section on the side bar.

If your product has multiple meeting or pickup locations, you can add additional meeting points by clicking the ‘Add another meeting point’ button.

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Your products’s Meeting Point is the exact location where the customer has to be in order to redeem their voucher. Enter a specific street address or, if you provide hotel pickup, enter “Hotel Pickup” in the Meeting Point Name field and enter a city or address to define your pickup area.

Make sure to click ‘Save and Continue’ to send edits through to the live website.

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All questions on ‘Policies & Redemption Section’

We only process full refunds for customers. In your cancellation policy, please provide the windowed period outside of which you will allow a full refund for customers if they cancel their booking.

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Provide up to two points of contact for your customer service team. This is used for when the customer needs to reach you to re-confirm their product, if they have further queries, or in the event of an emergency. 

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You can add points of contact for customers to reach you in the ‘Policies and Redemption’ section on the sidebar during product setup.

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Add a new one by clicking on ‘Add Contact Information’ then ‘Add a new point of contact’ and entering the relevant contact details. Each product can be assigned a maximum of two points of contact.

Tip: Untick ’24 hours a day’ to enter specific daily Hours of Operation.

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Redemption instructions are detailed instructions on what customers need to do to redeem your product. This section is extremely important, as leaving out important details leads to refunds and complaints.  Redemption Instructions should answer the following questions:

  • Do customers have to call or email to confirm? When should they call or email?
  • Is there hotel pickup?
  • Where do customers meet my guide/driver?
  • When should customers be at the meeting point?
  • Who do customers meet?  How do customers recognize that person (e.g., signage, uniform, red umbrella)?
  • Do customers need to present identification?

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A liability waiver is a legal document which you may require a customer who participates in your product to sign in order to acknowledge the risks involved in their participation.  If you require the customer to complete a liability waiver before participation, you must tick the checkbox in the ‘Policies and Redemption’ section. If you require customers under a certain age to have a parent or guardian sign the liability waiver for them, please indicate that in the same section.

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An operator cancellation policy is for you to indicate that your product is subject to cancellation or rescheduling due to either the minimum group size not being met or due to inclement weather. If your product is subject to cancellation based on group number, please make sure the minimum group size is listed in the ‘Know Before You Book’ and ‘Know Before You Go’ sections of your listing.

The customer cancellation policy is the windowed period outside of which you will allow a full refund for customers if they choose to cancel their booking.

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All questions on ‘Options List Section’

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(Tip: Before you create your own Options, you can see an example of how Options will appear on the website by clicking the ‘What do options look like?’ link)

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From the product list page, click on the ‘Actions’ link and select ‘Edit’ in the drop-down menu of the product you wish to amend. Navigate to the Options list, found on the sidebar.

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Now you know where your Options will be shown, click the ‘Create an Option’ button to get started!

Here, you will be prompted to enter the specifics of the first product Option (See: What are Options?). Once you have created the product’s first Option, you can add further Options if necessary.

The Option specifics you are required to complete are below:

  • Schedule Type (What are Schedule Types?): This section is where you indicate the type of schedule which your product runs on by selecting from the drop-down list.
  • Booking Cutoff (What is a Booking Cutoff?): This section is where you indicate the minimum length of time before the product’s start time that it this Option is still be able to be booked.
  • Customer Cancellation Policy (What is the Customer Cancellation Policy?): This section is where you indicate the windowed period outside of which you will allow a full refund for customers if they choose to cancel their booking.
  • Food & Beverage Inclusion (What is the Food & Beverage Inclusion?): This section is where you indicate whether or not your Option includes Food and/or Beverages by selecting from the drop-down list.
  • Commentary Inclusion (What is the Commentary Inclusion?): This section is where you indicate the type of commentary service provided on your product Option by selecting from the drop-down list.
  • Option Title (What is the Option Title?): This field is where you label the Option you are creating. The Option title will appear on the website and will also show on your booking notifications.
  • Description (optional) (What is the Option-level Description?): This field is where, if necessary, you expand on the variations in the product Options. This description appears on the website below the Option title.
  • Capacity Type (What is Capacity Type?): This section is where you indicate the type of capacity your product Option has which will later define your ability to choose a specific (limited capacity) or unlimited (free-sell) number of spaces.

Once you have completed all of the above sections, click the ‘Save and Continue’ button to confirm your Option details. You are now ready to set up pricing! (See: How do I set up pricing?)

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If you have multiple variations of your product which need to be built as separate Options but only vary slightly, cloning an Option will save you time. For example, if you have Options for departures at 9 AM, 10 AM, 11 AM, 12 PM etc, you are able to simply create 1 Option and clone this to create the rest.

Head to the Options list on the sidebar of the product you want to add Options to. From here, find the Option you want to copy, click on the ‘Actions’ link and select ‘Clone this option’ to create an identical copy of that Option. You can then amend the relevant details and Setup Prices to complete the new Option.

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The aim of this feature is to reduce the need for you or your customers to call to confirm their pick-up location, providing a seamless booking experience.
For products that include hotel pick-ups as part of the activity, please indicate that you’d like this additional information to be requested when creating an Option.
This feature is triggered by simply ticking the box next to ‘Hotel Pick-up’ as illustrated below:

If this checkbox is enabled, customers will have an ‘Additional information’ box when finalising the booking process, as seen below:

When the customer has entered their Hotel address, this will then be passed to the activity provider along with the booking confirmation. If you require this information for your activity, then please make it clear in the Know Before You Book section that you’d like customers to input their Hotel address when making a booking.

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Think of options as the various choice customers can make when booking your product on Expedia. Products might have a single option however if you sell variations of your product, then each of these versions should be created as a separate Option.

When you are creating options, be thinking about the choices customers have for your products. If there are multiple choices the customer can make, it is your best bet to create these as separate options. Each Option will have individual pricing and availability so that customers can select the exact option they want. Some of the examples of different Options are:

  • Departure time
  • Tour Language
  • Meal Inclusion
  • Transportation Inclusion
  • Extras (rental, upgrade, souvenir)

The Options List is where you will be able to create new options and edit the Pricing, Schedule, Policies, Inclusions, and Description of existing options. You can find the Options List in the sidebar of each of your products.

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Tip: Before you create your own Options, you can see an example of how Options will appear on the website by clicking the ‘What do options look like?’ link on the bottom of the Options List page (will only appear if no options have been created for the product yet).

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There is no set limit for the amount of Options in one product. You should create as many Options as makes sense in relation to how your product is run, making sure to provide the customer as much choice as possible.

If you are unsure of the best way to structure your Options on the website, please reach out to your Destination Manager for advice. Note that inventory has to be managed for all Options built in the Local Expert Partner Central Self-Service tool.

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Capacity is the maximum number of spaces you have available for this Option. This section is where you indicate the type of capacity your product Option has which will later define your ability to choose a specific or unlimited number of spaces. There are two types of capacity available:

  • ‘Free-sell’ indicated there are no capacity restrictions on the spaces available for your Option. For example: A museum admission which does not have a limit on number of visitors per day.
  • ‘Limited capacity’ indicated that there is a capacity restriction on the spaces available for your Option. For example: Small-group walking tour has only 10 spaces available and needs to limit the capacity to 10 spaces for the 10 AM Departure.

If you select ‘Limited capacity’, you will be given the option to indicate the exact number of spaces you have available for this option per day when you set up pricing.

Please note – Capacity Types on active Options cannot be altered. You will need to build a new Option if you want to change the Capacity Type.

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This section is where you indicate the type of schedule which your product runs on by selecting from the drop-down list. There are 5 schedule types available to choose from:

  • ‘Start Time’ indicates your Option begins at a specific time such as: 10 AM Guided Tour
  • ‘Operating Hours’ indicates that your Option can be redeemed anytime within provided operating hours such as: 1-Day Museum Admission
  • ‘Multi-Day’ if the product includes an overnight component – 3- Day Machu Picchu Tour
  • ‘Valid Days’ if the product is valid to be redeemed for a specific number of days such us: 7 Days Attraction Pass
  • ‘Valid Hours’ if the product is valid to be redeemed for specific number of hours such us: 24 Hours Hop on – Hop off tour

After selecting the schedule type, you must designate the Start and Finishing times for the Option if you have selected ‘Start Time’.

For the schedule type ‘Operating Hours’, please indicate duration as the period between the Opening and Closing time for this Option. You will be able to enter the exact Opening and Closing times for each day when you set up pricing.

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The booking cut-off period for an Option is the minimum length of time before the product’s start time that it is able to be booked. For example, if a tour begins at 9 AM, and the booking cut-off period is set to 6 hours, it is available to be booked on the website until 3 AM the same day. If you select a booking cut-off of zero hours this means your product is bookable up until the start time.

The shorter the booking cut-off period, the more customers your product will reach and the more likely it is to be purchased. A high percentage of bookings on Expedia and associated sites are booked less than three days before the product’s start time and they continue to grow as consumers opt to purchase their trips last minute using their mobile phones.

You can set the cut-off period in the booking cut-off field of each Option during product creation. To amend the existing booking cut-off, open up a product and go to the ‘Options List’ section. Expand an option by clicking ‘Actions’ and then ‘Edit’. Once at the Option-level, click ‘Actions’ and ‘Edit’ again, then scroll down to the booking cutoff field to set your booking cut-off period.

If the booking cutoff of an option with a start time of 10AM is 10 hours, this means the option ius bookable up until midnight the day before travel date.

If the booking cutoff of an option with a start time of 10AM is 10 hours, this means the option is bookable up until midnight the day before travel date.

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All questions on ‘Pricing Section’

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After confirmation of your Option details, you will see a section open up called ‘Setup Prices’ where you can set up pricing for this Option. Step-by-step instructions are below:

  1. Select the Travel Dates relevant to your first Price group (see: What is a price group?) named Price group 1 using the ‘From’ and ‘To’ calendars.
  2. Add the Ticket types you wish to include by selecting ‘New age range’ in the drop-down menu.
  3. Use the drop-down menus to select a new ‘Guest type’ and the relevant age range using the ‘Age’ and ‘to’ fields. Click ‘Save’ to confirm new ticket type. Note: Remember not to have any overlap of the ages otherwise the ticket type will not save.
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  4. Enter the price for that ticket type in the Retail price field. The Net price will be automatically calculated based on negotiation with your Destination Manager. Tip: Enter a price code to appear on booking notifications for this ticket type.
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  5. Create any additional ticket types using the ‘Add a ticket’ link and enter prices.
  6. Selects the days of the week the price group is available in the ‘Availability’ section. If the Option is Capacity Type ‘Limited Capacity’, indicate a day is available with the number of spaces available in the capacity field. If the day is not available, type 0 in the capacity field. If the Option is Capacity Type ‘Free-sell’, simply check the boxes to indicate the days of the week the Option is available.
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  7. Click the ‘Save and Continue’ button to confirm your first price group.
  8. Create any additional price groups using the ‘Add a price group’ link or clone price group function and repeat steps 1-7.
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  9. Click ‘Continue’ to complete pricing setup.

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To add guest ticket types during Pricing Setup, scroll down to the ‘Ticket type’ section within a price group in the ‘Setup Prices’ section.

You can select from pre-populated ticket types if you have already built them on a previous option or create a new one by selecting ‘New age range’ in the drop-down menu.

Here, use the drop-down menus to select a new ‘Guest type’ and the relevant age range using the ‘Age’ and ‘to’ fields. Click ‘Save’ to confirm new ticket type.

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You can add more ticket types by clicking the ‘Add a ticket’ link.

Note: Each ticket type has an individual price assigned and must have a unique age range provided. Each ticket type will appear individually as a distinct voucher.

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A price group is an individual set of pricing containing prices, availability and travel dates relevant to the Option set up. If the prices and/or availability vary during the year you will need to create multiple price groups for each option.

For example, if the Option runs from Mon-Wed during Winter and Fri-Sun during Summer, these should be created as distinct price groups within a single Option.

Another example might be if the Option is due for a price increase in 3 months, there will have to be 1 price group from now until that date and then another from that date onwards.

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If your product Option is set to Capacity Type ‘Free-sell’ your capacity will be automatically set to 100 available spaces per day.

If your product Option is set to Capacity Type ‘Limited capacity’, you can set the exact capacity of passengers per day in the ‘Availability’ section during Pricing setup.

Here, set the maximum capacity by changing the number of spaces available from 100 to the preferred capacity for each available day.

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Example of days of availability set to Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with a maximum capacity of 20 seats per day available.

Please note – Capacity Types on active Options cannot be altered. You will need to build a new Option if you want to change the Capacity Type.

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If the prices and/or availability for a single Option vary during the year you will need to create multiple price groups for each variation. If you have multiple variations throughout the year, cloning a price group will save you time. For example, if the pricing for an Option varies depending on season, you are able to simply create 1 price group and clone this to create the rest (making the required amendments to Travel Dates and Retail Price).

From the ‘Setup Prices’ section of the Option click on the ‘Actions’ link and select ‘Clone this price group’ to create an identical copy of that price group. You can then amend the relevant details and click the ‘Continue’ button to save.

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To indicate days of availability during Pricing Setup, scroll down to the ‘Availability’ field within a price group in the ‘Setup Prices’ section.

If the Option is Capacity Type ‘Limited Capacity’, indicate a day is available with the number of spaces available in the capacity field. If the day is not available, type 0 in the capacity field.

Example of days of availability set to Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with a maximum capacity of 20 seats per day available.

Example of days of availability set to Monday, Wednesday, and Friday with a maximum capacity of 20 seats per day available.

If the Option is Capacity Type ‘Free-sell’, simply check the boxes to indicate the days of the week the Option is available.

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If the pricing of your Product is volume-based (meaning you define the cost of the Product by the number of people traveling, or would like to input minimum and maximum group sizes), then you can configure your Product accordingly.

Watch volume-based pricing video below:

See step-by-step-instructions below:

Please see below the different options to create pricing, depending on either group size or number of travelers.
What are the steps to set up Volume-Based Pricing?

1. When creating a new Option, after you have selected all the information regarding ‘Schedule Type’, ‘Duration’, ‘Cancellation Policy’, etc. you will see the ‘Ticket Pricing’ checkbox

2. After ticking the checkbox ‘Prices vary by minimum or maximum travelers’, click on ‘Save and Continue’ to go forward and open the ‘Pricing’ tab to see/create your Price Groups for this specific Option

NOTE: After you have ticked the checkbox and clicked on ‘Save and Continue’ you cannot revert back to Regular Pricing. If you want to configure other types of Pricing; simply create a new Option.

3. To create your Price Group:

  1. > Select the dates your schedule dates go ‘from’ and ‘to’.
  2. > Select an existing ‘Traveler’ Ticket Type or if you need to create an additional Ticket Type, click on ‘New age range’ and a new window will pop up – Go to Step 4 NOTE: We do not allow senior, youth, child or infant tickets for this type of pricing configuration.

4. Create a new Ticket Type by clicking on ‘New age range’:

  1. Select the age range for your Ticket Type
  2. > Click ‘Save’. NOTE: All New Ticket Types created will be available for all Options under the same Product.

5. After creating or selecting your Ticket Type you will need to select the ‘Price Type’. This could be configured in two ways: ‘Per Person’ & ‘Total’

IMPORTANT NOTE: You won’t be able to create pricing schedules as Per Person and Total within the same Option. In the situation that you need to switch an Option pricing from Per Person to Total you will need to create a new Option. You CAN load  ‘Per Person’ and ‘Total’ Pricing on the same Product listing but applied to different Options.

What is the difference between Per Person and Total pricing?

Per Person pricing is based on the number of passengers booked. Total pricing is based on the group size (regardless of the number of passengers booked within a minimum/maximum range)

How do I set up a Per Person price group?

  1. Select the dates for your Price Group
  2. Choose your Ticket Type from the drop-down menu. You will be able to select any of the tickets created for your Product but also create new Ticket Types from this menu. NOTE: Please note that only Traveler Ticket Type is supported for Volume-Based Price groups
  3. Select the Price Type: ‘Per Person’ or ‘Total’. In this case we are configuring ‘Per Person’
  4. Configure your pricing selecting the minimum and maximum people allowed per every price range as displayed on the example below:
    1. Min & max Pax: Select the minimum and maximum people allowed
    2. Retail Price: Select the price per pax for each of the minimum and maximum traveler ranges. Net Price will be automatically calculated based on the margin for this specific Option/Product.
  • Price Code (Optional): Fill this box if you want to quickly identify whenever a customer books this Option on your booking notifications and booking reports.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you configure your Pricing as ‘Per Person’, Expedia will issue a voucher per person booked. I.E. If a customer booked for 3 people, they will receive 3 unique vouchers.

How do I set up a Total price group?

  1. Select the dates for your Price Group
  2. Choose your Ticket Type from the drop-down menu. You will be able to select any of the tickets created for your Product but also create new Ticket Types from this menu. NOTE: Please note that only Traveler Ticket Type is supported for Volume-Based Price groups
  3. Select the Price Type: ‘Per Person’ or ‘Total’. In this case we are configuring ‘Total’
  4. Configure your pricing selecting the Minimum and Maximum People allowed per every price range as displayed on the example below:
    I. Min & max Pax: Select the minimum and maximum people allowed
    II. Retail Price: Select the total price for the group – I.E. Customer will pay same amount for 2 pax or 3 pax booking as demonstrated below. Net Price will be automatically calculated based on the margin for this specific Option/Product
    III. Price Code (Optional): Fill this box if you want to quickly identify whenever a customer books this Option on your booking notifications and booking reports.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you configure your Pricing as ‘Total’, Expedia will issue a unique voucher per booking. I.E. If a customer booked for 3 people, they will receive only 1 unique voucher for all 3 travelers.

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Per Person configuration

If you wish your total price to change based on the number of travelers booked you will need to select the ‘Per Person’ configuration. This results in the unit price of each ticket decreasing as group size increases. Total price also increases in proportion with additional tickets (See example below on the Expedia Live Site).

NOTE: When a customer books this Option, Expedia will issue a voucher per person for each booking.

Total configuration

If you wish your total price to remain the same regardless of the number of travelers booked you will need to select the ‘Total’ configuration. This results in the unit price of each ticket decreasing as group size increases, whilst the Total group price remains fixed (See example below on the Expedia Live Site) NOTE: When a customer books this Option, Expedia will issue a unique voucher for each booking.

After you have selected the different type of pricing configuration, select the different sizes of the groups, select your availability and click ‘Publish’.

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All questions on ‘Publish Section’

After completion of all required fields in each of the sections (Overview, Details, Photos, Location, Policies and Redemption) of your product listing and after you have successfully created at least 1 option with pricing attached, you will see a button called ‘Go to Publish’ appear in the sidebar.

Once on the ‘Publish your product’ page, check the box to indicate that your content and pricing is both accurate and authorized and click the ‘Publish Now’ button to send it through to your Destination Manager for final approval.

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