Travel Tripper, Pegasus launch Conversion Plus

Conversion Plus is able to use live rates, OTA price checks using rate match technology and user profiles to deliver personalized promotions. Photo credit: Travel Tripper

The newly merged Travel Tripper and Pegasus launch Conversion Plus, a website tool that enables hotels to automate smart, personalized promotions to potential guests by combining central-reservation-system rate data with the user’s behavior, search history and preferences. The solution enables hotels to significantly increase conversion rate and direct revenue while improving guest engagement on their websites.

“Conversion Plus is a game changer for hotel marketers who face the challenge of converting lookers to bookers because their website promotions are static and generic,“ Steffan Berelowitz, VP of digital platforms at Travel Tripper and Pegasus, said in a statement. “We help hoteliers better capitalize on user intent by leveraging real-time insights and optimization tools to serve dynamic and relevant offers.”

Conversion Plus is the only direct booking tool that integrates with the company’s RezTrip CRS and TT Web e-commerce platform. While other tools use only behavioral website data, Conversion Plus is able to use live rates, online travel agency price checks using rate match technology and user profiles to deliver personalized promotions.

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Initial A/B tests of Conversion Plus showed a conversion uplift of 114 percent on a New York City hotel's website, as well as a 44 percent uplift in comparison with a leading competitor tool. 

Conversion Plus helps hotels capture direct bookings by: 

  • Automatically price checking hotel rates against OTAs using patent-pending rate-match technology to beat lower OTA rates and make them bookable;
  • Creating compelling personalized offers for each guest based on search history, behavior, device and geography;
  • Retargeting and converting visitors who are likely to book by remembering their previous stay date searches and inviting returning users to resume the search;
  • Capturing lost sales by re-engaging visitors who are idle or show exit intent with attractive offers (flash sales, vouchers, etc.); and
  • Engaging visitors throughout the booking journey without interrupting them by subtly embedding promotional messaging in every page.

“The primary elements that drive conversions are price, urgency, scarcity and personalization—all embodied in Conversion Plus,” said Nate Lane, senior director of digital platforms at Travel Tripper and Pegasus. “We can strategically help hoteliers raise conversion rates on their websites, thereby increasing returns on their website and digital-marketing investments.” 

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