How to set up "Partner Pricing"?

Blanca Castillo
Blanca Castillo
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Where do I find it?

Partnering > Sales Agents > Partner Pricing


What does it mean?

First, what is a commission or a markup?

  • Commission: Is what your partner gets for selling a ticket for your company. You can either set a fixed amount or certain percentage points that he will earn from every sale.
  • Markup: You can put a markup (make tickets more expensive for resellers) on every ticket. Again you either set a fixed amount or percentage points.
  • Deposit: You need to decide with your partner where the customer should pay for the voucher/ticket. He either pays at the moment of purchase or at when he checks-in. Palisis recommends, that the customer pays at the moment of purchase because normally your drivers don’t have the time to take the money during a stop.

So this is where you determine how big your partner's commission is and if you want a markup. You can either set the pricing for each partner individually or establish different folders where you can set certain default settings.

If it is an onsite sell you also need to decide where the customers need to pay. Do you want them to give the money to your partner or do you want them to pay when they check-in.

And at last, you can choose between your previously designed voucher layouts.


What should I do?

Set the commission you and your partner negotiated. If you have multiple partners with the same conditions it may be better to establish folders. Further Palisis recommends that you use the same deposit strategy for every customer. Otherwise, your sales users might get confused.