GetYourGuide Launch New Promo for Tour Operators in Americas to meet Increasing US Traveler Demand

OTA GetYourGuide today announced their Americas summer sign-up event

For all new local partners in Canada, the USA, Mexico, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico who sign up before May 25, 2021, GetYourGuide ‘will waive the local partners commission on the first $4,000 worth of conducted bookings before September 7, 2021.’

GetYourGuide will refund all commissions for eligible local supply partners and their eligible experiences after the end of the event period in September for a booking volume of up to $4,000.

Link to sign up

Link to the FAQs with the details.

What local supply partners are eligible?

Only new supply partners who sign up before May 25, 2021 and accept the standard GetYourGuide terms and conditions included during registration are eligible for the sign-up incentive (Amendments and addendums will not be accepted).

Existing GetYourGuide suppliers, active or inactive, that have registered or sold tickets on the platform at any point in time before are not eligible.

GetYourGuide is a curated marketplace and reserves the right to decline any local supply partner onto the platform.

What experiences are eligible?

Only experiences conducted in the United States, Mexico, Canada, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, that are uploaded and accepted onto the GetYourGuide platform by eligible supply partners, will receive the  commission refund.

On what bookings will my commission be waived?

Bookings of eligible experiences with a travel/conduction date before and excluding September 7, 2021 will have GetYourGuide’s commission refunded to the local supply partner (up to a booking volume of $4,000).

GetYourGuide has created a FAQ page for Tour Operators and you can sign up here.

Curious what it is like to work with an OTA? Check out this episode of the Tourpreneur Podcast, tour operator Marc Terrier gives us the lowdown on how working with GetYourGuide has helped his tour business.

“The travel comeback has begun, and we’re seeing constantly increasing demand from US travelers.”

Carlee StelLfox Loya – regional Director, Americas GYG