Today, I’m working with a client who is setting up a series of brief questionnaires to give customers who take their…

Today, I’m working with a client who is setting up a series of brief questionnaires to give customers who take their business elsewhere. And if you do the questionnaire, you get $25 toward future service should you come back later. (It’s a suitable and attractive amount relative to the service they provide).

It made me think that I really want to give “Please come back! Here’s an incentive!” coupons to players when I’m in work-out-the-bugs mode and haven’t really delivered an optimal experience.

Yeah. Maybe I’ll start doing that. VOUCHER: One seat at a future table run by me.

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  1. It’s also ok to not be on your game every time, though. As long as you don’t feel like you owe every player the experience of their lives every time 🙂

  2. I imagine your game nights are the hottest ticket in Arizona and you really don’t need a compensation package, but . . .

    You could get some uniquely coloured D6s. Hand them out to the players who you have sub-optimally entertained and let them roll them as one off boosts in a subsequent game.

    Plus points: test your GM creativity trying to incorporate the additional roll into the narrative. You get the dice back after its single use.

  3. I sometimes play test for someone who rewards us by letting us know how subsequent runs go…. It’s interesting to see what other groups do with the same premise.

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