Outdoorsy’s affiliate program is perfect for blogs that produce content about RVs.
As a company, Outdoorsy is designed to connect RV owners and those who are interested in renting one for a few days.
A major draw is that the cost per night is relatively cheap, with many offers at the lower end of the $199–$1420 range.
However, Outdoorsy doesn’t cover much else other than RV rental. They have a small offering in cabin rental but it’s certainly not their main focus.
As a result, this affiliate program will likely only suit a blog with a heavy focus on RV adventures.
You can join the affiliate program through one of three networks: AvantLink, CJ, and HasOffers.
If you refer a renter, you’ll receive a commission when they confirm their first booking. If you instead refer an RV owner, you’ll receive a commission when they complete their listing process.
Unless otherwise specified in your agreement, the attribution cookie lasts 30 days – which means that any interaction a customer has with Outdoorsy that is commissionable within that period will earn you money.
Commissions with Outdoorsy can be worth $60 or more, making them quite a lucrative deal.
However, because the payout only occurs once you have a confirmed listing or rental – and these events are not as common as, say, a customer buying an item from a retail store – you’re not likely to earn masses unless you have a sizeable audience.