How to create Packages

Package Activities feature allows you to take your bookings to the next level. Packages give you the possibility of selling two or more of your activities together, as a pack. Clients will directly book for two or more activities at the same time, within your own catalogue.  

In order to start selling Packages, make sure you've already created two or more Activities.

Then, let's go to Inventory -> Packages.


First, you will have to fill in the name, description and location of the Package.

Once you've done this, you can either fill in the additional information, or start adding activities to your Package:


When you click on "Allocate Activities", read through the welcome information and create your Package matrix:


Each row it's a different package.

To start adding activities, click on Add Activity in the first column: select the activity from the pop-up.

Then, add the schedules you want for that Package (in case you have more than one); the number of times you want the activity to be offered in the Package, and the price you will charge for it all:



By selecting "3 times" it means that the final client will have to choose an activity three times (ex. 3 times Rafting activity inside River Package).

If you want your clients to have different schedule options, you can click on Add Schedule or Add All Schedules below the activity you just added, to offer the same activity, but at different times. 

If you want to create another version of the same package (ex. Ultimate Package with 4 activities vs. Moderate Package with 2 activities), click on Add Package Option, following the same steps, you will have another Package Option created.

In the slideshow below we aim to show you all the steps described:


Now, just go to your website and test the newly created package:

Select the package you just created to start the booking. As you can see in the following video, the client will have to select three different days for the activity we set up for doing it 3 times.

Then, they will proceed to the Guest step of the Booking Process, as if that would be for a standard Activity.



Note: it is very important to have a descriptive name for a Package and Price Categories or Special Taglines, since from the website, there's no indication for the client that what he is booking it's actually a Package, until the actual booking starts.





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