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Putting Prices On Website?

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I have just got my group quotes from my travel agent and have done up my website. I was going to do save the dates but with my group booking, deposits have to be in by August.12 so I'm thinking giving everyone my website asap with the details is best then I can send out save the dates or invitations. I'm just wondering if I should put all the prices on my website or not? I have put all the info about what's included in the package, and my travel agents info and that a deposit of $250 has to be paid by August.12 then the full payment in Jan 2017, and to contact my travel agent for prices. Is that enough? Or is putting prices in my website better?

Thanks so much for your input!

 

 

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@@AliciaW I think it would be best to put the prices on the website. People will want to know the price before they put down a deposit. There is no reason to require them to contact the travel agent when you have all the info and could post it.

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I agree with Cruisebride. We put all the prices on our website so that it would be really easy for our guests. We had alot of compliments on our site and I think our guests appreciated the effort we put forth for them. If you don't provide the pricing info, they'll probably end up calling you and I'm sure you have a million other things you need to do!

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I think putting prices on your wedding website would be best :) Guests will want to know the total cost of the trip before committing to come because not everyone can afford to attend destination weddings. Of course the travel agent can answer questions, but it better to give guests information if you have it on hand.

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Thanks everyone! I was thinking it would make it easier but wasn't sure if it was proper etiquette. I'm sending out the the website today so I will be putting the prices on before I send it :)

 

 

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LOL - I think wedding websites are too new for the etiquette writers. It's still uncharted territory.

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I'm going to agree with everyone. Putting as much information on your website for your guests as possible I think is always a good thing. It spells out for them what they can expect and will allow people to make informed decisions.

 

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