I want to give goodie bags to first time customers who book our travel experiences at various resorts worldwide. (Resorts are our partners, not our own) Ideally I would like it waiting for them at check in. How to go about achieving this globally without incurring too much cost. I'm either going to have it locally made, prepared and stored in each destination, waiting to be delivered or I'm going to have it made in our head office and then shipped off globally, which I feel is a more costly route.
The USPS offers delivery service internationally for a reasonable price. Also, ground shipping for places that you can do that with will be much cheaper. Of course a business account will help to lower fees for international shipping outwards to customers. Call me for more suggestions. :)
Answered 5 years ago
Perceive you goodie bags as a gift of appreciation to your first-time customers who booked through your platform. I will go with the second path. I believe it will not be costly.
It is important to get the measurements accurate, so your gift can get sent using the right courier service and you get charged the correct amount. With gifts a common mistake customer make is measuring the item before they package it, which will not provide us or the courier with the correct measurements. Just in case there is a problem with gift along the way, it is always worth including a return address both on the outside and inside of your package. At the busier times of the year, such as Christmas or Thanksgiving, it can take slightly longer to arrive as the courier networks are stretched with the sheer volume of packages.
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Answered 3 years ago