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Should Parlours Offer A "frequent Fucker" Scheme?

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...like airline and hotel reward programmes.

Just had #200 at the HoD/ex-HoD places: surely this means an upgrade to higher quality rooms, discounted punts, an exclusive booking line with priority access to girls, complimentary drinks, magazines (I'll leave the olives and nuts, thanks)..

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Maybe you qualify for a TRE now rather than a GFE!

TRE = True Relationship Experience, ie give her your money then get:

Not tonight honey I have a headache

Nagging to do home and garden chores

Take her shopping and spend more money on her

A meal on the way home (you drive so you don't even have a couple of pints)

Sit and watch her TV programmes all night

Finally, when she's gone to bed, retire to a private room with X-tube (there are other *-tube websites available) and a box of Kleenex!

Oh, and go to bed with ear plugs to drown out the snoring.

Stick to handing over cash = good sex at HoD! No brainer.

DG

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bliss used to have a raffle. you got a ticket each time you visited. each month they drew out a ticket or a free half hour.

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...like airline and hotel reward programmes.

Just had #200 at the HoD/ex-HoD places: surely this means an upgrade to higher quality rooms, discounted punts, an exclusive booking line with priority access to girls, complimentary drinks, magazines (I'll leave the olives and nuts, thanks)..

Sadly the only Parlour i now go to which is convenient for me to get to is so expensive in London that i will never be going enough to qualify as a frequent fucker. ;)

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Not a parlour but agency Loyalty Escorts does offer a loyalty scheme. The way it is explained on the site is a bit different from how it was explained in the text they sent me: they said you can either use your 10 points from one booking as soon as your next for a £10 discount or save them up to 100 points which are then worth £150 appointment. I have only used the agency once and doubt I will in the future (not that they did anything wrong I just don't particularly fancy any of the girls on their books) so I haven't tested the scheme to see how genuine it is. But it does show that there are such schemes out there.

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I guess if the establishment thought it would improve their turnover they might do it. I suppose someone has to start something like that and all the rest will watch and see what happens.

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Could this be the start of FOFOF - Fuck One Fuck One Free?

Spock

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I guess if the establishment thought it would improve their turnover they might do it. I suppose someone has to start something like that and all the rest will watch and see what happens.

As i know from reading posts from Northwinds Cloud9 now gone had such a scheme on offer which he said was good. :)

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Whilst it is all very nice and has been mentioned many times it is not something that I see as practical. I do not want endless cards or a system on my PC that leads a paper trail of any sort. I cannot see how you can implement such a thing without keeping records.

The way I look at it is that as long as a company keeps it rates low, its premises clean and its girls offer a quality service then it is doing all it can to offer a thank you to its regular clients. We have not put our prices up since 2004 and to be honest in London they are probably a bit too low but that is our problem so we feel we are doing our best for our loyal customers, just the same as we try to sort any problem that arises, again this is because we value custom which is far more important that the odd tenner here and there.

I shop probably at least twice a week in John Lewis, M&S and waitrose they offer me no loyalty scheme but I keep going back because they continually offer the standards I require and they are always helpful and offer no fuss if there is ever a query. Good customer service wins my loyalty over any of the loyalty schemes the 'lesser' as I see them shops try to lure me in with.

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Whilst it is all very nice and has been mentioned many times it is not something that I see as practical. I do not want endless cards or a system on my PC that leads a paper trail of any sort. I cannot see how you can implement such a thing without keeping records. The way I look at it is that as long as a company keeps it rates low, its premises clean and its girls offer a quality service then it is doing all it can to offer a thank you to its regular clients. We have not put our prices up since 2004 and to be honest in London they are probably a bit too low but that is our problem so we feel we are doing our best for our loyal customers, just the same as we try to sort any problem that arises, again this is because we value custom which is far more important that the odd tenner here and there. I shop probably at least twice a week in John Lewis, M&S and waitrose they offer me no loyalty scheme but I keep going back because they continually offer the standards I require and they are always helpful and offer no fuss if there is ever a query. Good customer service wins my loyalty over any of the loyalty schemes the 'lesser' as I see them shops try to lure me in with.

Good post, i agree, reasonable prices as i see them in the first place which you charge along with offering good or better WGs work and good customer service is a good formula that gets punters and return custom. A great pity for me and other punters more Establishments dont operate likes yours. :)

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Three for two?

Buy three, get the cheapest shag free?

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The other question would be: who absorbs the loss, the parlour/agency or the WG or both?

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The other question would be: who absorbs the loss, the parlour/agency or the WG or both?

But would there be a loss?

Or maybe a loyalty card?

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If you're giving something away free which is usually charged for, I don't see how you could avoid loss. Obviously you'd be hoping that the extra custom the scheme attracts would compensate, but if there were free sessions, either the WG works without payment or the agency compensates her and loses a bit that way.

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The other question would be: who absorbs the loss, the parlour/agency or the WG or both?

From the places which have run such systems that I know of, it has always been the parlour which has absorbed the cost of honouring the free booking.

Given that you need to have X bookings in order to get your freebie, so long as (house cut) x (X bookings) exceeds the cost of the freebie by a significant margin, then the places have been happy with the additional footfall that they attract.

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...like airline and hotel reward programmes.

Just had #200 at the HoD/ex-HoD places: surely this means an upgrade to higher quality rooms, discounted punts, an exclusive booking line with priority access to girls, complimentary drinks, magazines (I'll leave the olives and nuts, thanks)..

Deluxe Massage in Enfield used to run a scheme. I think it was something like £10 off on your 6th or 7th visit (I presume it was borne by the parlour), but I was told a disgruntled WG had destroyed the records (they kept a score against your chosen name), so I never managed to claim my reward, as I was not such a frequent punter then.

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Deluxe Massage in Enfield used to run a scheme. I think it was something like £10 off on your 6th or 7th visit (I presume it was borne by the parlour), but I was told a disgruntled WG had destroyed the records (they kept a score against your chosen name), so I never managed to claim my reward, as I was not such a frequent punter then.

That was a convenient excuse to use then, a disgruntled WG had destroyed the records. A case of having to take their word that that was what had happened. ;)

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It might work. punters may come back a bit more freq and to same parlour.

but wouldnt really trust a parlour to be long enough in business to really ramp up miles.

tip: Regulars!

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Some places allow regulars only to make bookings- that seems a form of loyalty bonus.

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Madam Becky used to offer a loyalty scheme at Madam Becky's Kittens in MK before she retired from the business

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I've often looked at the HoD site and wondered if I made the long trek there would they sell me a day ticket ......... ?? :D

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We have our own incentive scheme, its call a huge hug at the door and if I know you well, the occasional ass grope has occured lol :unsure: (unintentionally i am sure ) :D

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For very popular establishments like HoD, I doubt whether they really need to introduce a loyalty scheme. In the real business world, loyalty schemes are about maximising customer lifetime value but given HoD seem to have hordes of satisfied/repeat customers, they can maximise their margins without offering such a scheme.

With indies, I think it works a different way. Once you become a trusted regular, sometimes you will effectively be given some free time over and above your allotted booking. In other words, you get a 10-15% 'loyalty' discount. I've also had regulars be quite accommodating in terms of offering me appointments outside of their advertised hours or even moving to a different hotel to be nearer to me for an incall.

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