As a new host, you don't have reviews yet, or just a few.
This means that your # 1 goal is to gain reviews!

In order to do that, you need to set an attractive price to your experience and to level it up from there, according to the number of reviews you have and your experience popularity.

We advise you to deduct at least 25% of your goal price, this would make your experience more attractive at this early stage.

Example: If you wish to price your experience at $50, you should price your experience at $37. 

*once you have more than 20 reviews with a high score above 4,7, you can set your goal price and see how it goes.

**Remember that with a high price, come high expectations! Make sure you are becoming an Eatwith master host before you charge your goal price. It will pay off!

What to include in the price?

  1. Ingredients

  2. Drinks

  3. Help (if you have someone you're hiring to help)

  4. Time of preparations 

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