seat bundle

piggypiggot

Senior Member
italian
Hi everybody!
What is a seat bundle, please?
I found it in the following sentence "I recommend getting started with 20-seat bundle" (here you can read the whole page: Sales EQ)

Do you think it could be a row of 20 chairs? Or that the speaker wants to involve al least about twenty people?

Thank you all in advance
 
  • Barque

    Senior Member
    Tamil
    It's not a "seat bundle" but a "twenty-seat bundle". He seems to be saying: Why don't you make a block booking (a bundle) of twenty seats?
     

    Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    The speaker is wanting to sell something, that is the whole point of the book and these examples. My guess it is something like corporate hospitality at a sporting event, where you buy a fixed number of seats, or a box/room for a certain number of people.
     

    Chasint

    Senior Member
    English - England
    ...
    I found it in the following sentence "I recommend getting started with 20-seat bundle" ...
    It actually says "our 20-seat bundle"

    This means that the ticket-sellers have a discount scheme for people who make block bookings. Clearly a 20-seat package-deal works out cheaper than buying 20 individual seats.
     
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