We’re still proud to offer the lowest fees

By January 17, 2013 July 18th, 2019 2 Comments

Over the past seven years we’ve watched our competitors try different business models and marketing tactics to make you think you’re getting the lowest fee available. We’ve even had companies copy our model, and fail. The reason why? We are just two people who think honeymoon registry transaction fees are too high. We started the site with that in mind and we’ve never wavered. Our business does not cater to angel investors, venture capitalists or shareholders’ pressures. We simply want to make your dream honeymoon happen (or any savings goal), without high fees.

Our basic service is, and always has been, free. Couples receive Honeyfund gifts from guests, offline, via cash or check. There are no fees to either party.

And now, our (optional) credit card processing, powered by WePay, offers you the lowest fee around: 2.8% + $0.30. Givers have never paid a fee through Honeyfund, and never will.

Comparison of fees

As of January 2013: Honeymoon Wishes: 9.65% fees; Travelers Joy: 7.5% fees; Wanderable: 5% fees

Still makin’ your dream happen, for the lowest price,

– Sara and Josh 🙂


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