Yes, you can sell your Junkets. Revenue will be split between Apple/Google, Junket, and the seller depending on your plan. Payments are made once each month for junkets that have earned over $100. If a junket has not earned this amount in one month but does in the second month, the payout will be sent in the next pay period.
To align with Apple’s policy of payouts, payment for purchases made on both Android, iOS, and other third party systems will be made five days after Apple’s 30 days following the end of each monthly period. For example, a Junket will be paid for revenue earned from tokens redeemed in September on November 4. Apple distributes funds for September on October 30, and Junket redistributes those funds on November 4. Payouts require a minimum threshold of $100. Payout for the total amount will be made in the pay period once the threshold has been met.
Payment is calculated by the token value used to access your Junket. You may set your Junket at a price of $6, which would equal six tokens, but the discount for purchasing tokens in bulk subtracts from the total. For example, if a user purchases a bundle of $100 tokens, they are given a 20% discount. If they use one of those tokens to access your Junket, the total amount of revenue from which the commission is drawn from will be reduced by 20%, as the real revenue was 20% lower.
An adventure is an interactive, decision based game that places the user in a narrative storyline. There is a single defined start and end point. During an adventure, the user makes decisions based on the information (text, audio, video, images) and clues given to them. Decisions may be two to four multiple choice questions, each of which lead them to a different location; or a fIll in the blank entry (for example, enter the codeword given by the hotel concierge, or write the numbers etched into the brick on the wall). People may team up to solve these quests, or can compete with their friends. Points are tallied for the fastest to complete the junket and placed on a global leaderboard, and a trophy is awarded for those who finish it the fastest! Adventures are typically 60 to 90 minutes long
Trophies are awarded when a user physically visits 80% or more of locations on a tour, or completes an adventure fast enough. Trophies appear in the user profile. When a user earns a trophy, they may redeem it for a specific prize, at a certain place and time, and they have only a limited time in which they can redeem their prize. Prizes could be physical items acquired at a local business, information, coupons, or an online promo/discount code. The person who creates the junket determines all of these details, including what their trophy appears as.
Routes are displayed for Junket tours to guide users along a suggested path from one point to another. Creators of a junket can create and edit their routes. However, you do not need to create a route. Users will be given walking directions automatically in the app for locations that are within .2 mile. Locations that are longer will be given driving directions.
Junket lets people enjoy experiences whenever they want, with whomever they want. It provides both convenience and quality experience. Users do not have to worry about disruptive members in their group, a bad tour guide (or one who doesn’t arrive), restrictive start times, bad weather, or a host of other factors. For businesses, Junket offers a way to reach new customer segments, appeal to more people by remaining open 24/7, does not require staff, and allows them to easily control their experiences. Junket delivers an immersive digital platform that projects their content across mobile, apps, facebook, and the web.
Yes. Junket may be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of where they are physically located. While we recommend people enjoy the experience on location, someone may also experience it from their living room.
Junket pairs your location with a predetermined GPS trigger of each stop or point of interest along a Junket. Once you have started a Junket, the app tracks your location and delivers the audio content based on your location, totally hands free. If the user would like to see images, the route or walking path, a video, or read the text, they would look at their phone.
If you are having trouble downloading your Junket, please try these steps:
If you download has paused, try exiting out of the screen and going back. Try to download again.
If there still does not work, force close the app, check your connection to make sure you are connected and not picking up a faulty public wifi, and reopen your app.
We also recommend closing other apps that you were not using on your phone.
If you still have issues, or need to report a bug, please email email@example.com