Kiwi.com affiliate program

Earn on flight tickets with the Kiwi.com affiliate program

  • 30 days
    The cookie lifetime
  • 3%
    Commission on the flight booking
  • €370
    The average check
  • 99%
    Airlines in the world work with Kiwi.com
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Travelpayouts Rules

  1. Conditions:

      Promotion Restrictions

      You are free to promote your own website however you want, but naturally, any promotion that mentions Kiwi.com could be perceived by the public or the press as a joint effort. There are certain forms of advertising which are not allowed by Kiwi.com.

      Restricted promotional methods:

      • Spamming
      • Unsolicited commercial email (UCE)
      • Pop Ups / Pop Unders
      • Adware / Spyware / Toolbar Traffic
      • Shopping Assistance Application and Shopping Wallets
      • Parasitic Marketing
      • SMS/MMS Traffic
      • Classifieds or Chat Room Traffic
      • Promoting Kiwi.com via PPC ads
      • Stealing brand name and impersonating Kiwi.com
      • Fictional and fake promo codes - It is forbidden to use any promo codes, unless they have been exclusively given to you and agreed to by Kiwi.com.

      If you are using paid advertising, for example Google AdWords, you may not bid on our restricted keywords:

      • brand keywords (skypicker, kiwi.com)
      • misspells (e.g. kivi.com, kiwwi.com, kiiwi.com)
      • any variations of 'kiwi' word in connection with any means of travel or vacationing
      • and hybrid searches (kiwi.com flights, skypicker cheap fares)

      Should you feel that any of your promotional methods or keywords are mentioned in the list above, but are non-intrusive, beneficial, and clearly communicated to the users, please contact Travelpayouts.

      Restricted keywords for domains

      You may not use restricted keywords variations or misspellings in your base domain name.

      Examples of Non-Allowed Domain Names:

      • www.kiwicomdiscounts.co.uk
      • www.kiwi.affiliate.com
      • www.kiwicom-review.com... etc.

      This includes registering social media pages e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Instagram and other web properties that you do not own and control yourself.

      Affiliates are allowed to use Kiwi.com name in the URL (as subdomain).

      Examples of Allowed Domain Names:

      • www.affiliate.co.uk/kiwicom
      • www.greatcashback.co.uk/kiwicom

      In addition, you may not advertise in any way that effectively conceals or misrepresents your identity, your domain name, or your return email address. You may not create or design your website or any other website that you operate, explicitly or implied in a manner which resembles our website nor design your website in a manner which leads customers to believe you are Kiwi.com or any other affiliate business.

      You may use mailings to customers to promote Kiwi.com so long as the recipient is already a customer or subscriber of your services or web site, and recipients have the option to remove themselves from future mailings. If you wish to send out solo email campaigns promoting Kiwi.com flights you are requested to contact the Affiliate team for prior approval.

      Also, you may post on newsgroups to promote Kiwi.com so long as the newsgroup specifically welcomes commercial messages. At all times, you must clearly represent yourself and your web sites as independent from Kiwi.com.

      If it comes to our attention that you are using any of the restricted promotional methods, keywords, misspellings, PPC or other restricted actions, we will consider that cause for immediate termination of this Agreement and your participation in the Kiwi.com Affiliate Program. Any pending balances owed to you will not be paid if your account is terminated due to such unacceptable advertising or solicitation.

  2. Profit:

      The Agent's remuneration for attracting customers is paid by the Principal for actually booked and redeemed tourist services on the advertiser's Internet sites, resulting from the transitions from the Agent's sites to the Advertiser's site.

      For the calculation of agency fees, all transactions made to the Advertiser's site on links containing the identifier code assigned to the Agent are accepted. At the same time, sales of tourist services made from personal computers of users are taken into account within 30 days from the moment of the first transfer of the client to the site of the Advertiser. The account of clients is made on the basis of cookies established in browsers of users.

      The amount of agency fees is calculated as a share of revenues from the sale of tourist and other services received by the Advertiser from the sale of services: 3% of the price of each booking of a flight.

      The Principal provides the Agent with information about the income received by the Agent from the Advertiser from the purchase of excursions as a result of transitions from the Agent's sites in real time in the personal office of the Agent on the Principal's website.

      The Agent is paid monthly from 10 to 20 days of the month for the previous month by transferring funds to the Agent's payment details specified in the personal account.

Traffic types allowed:

  • Contextual advertising Google Adsense and other networks. Contextual advertising is a form of targeted advertising for advertisements appearing on websites or other media, such as content displayed in mobile browsers. The advertisements themselves are selected and served by automated systems based on the identity of the user and the content displayed.
  • Email marketing Using affiliate links in the email marketing, using own email addresses database. SPAM is forbidden by default.
  • Groups and pages in social networks Advertising on the pages of VK, Facebook and other social networks.
  • Messengers (Telegram, Viber and others) Using affiliates links and other promotional materials in Telegram, Viber and other messengers. For example, in the Telegram channel. SPAM is forbidden by default.
  • In mobile apps Display ads (in various formats) in mobile applications. Built-in advertising or advertising via ad networks.
  • Applications in social networksDisplay ads in social networks applications. Built-in advertising or advertising via ad networks.Prior approval required
  • Toolbar Often fraudulent traffic. Partner A distributes its Toolbar (browser plugin), which changes the cookie of the original partner B, who in real attracted the buyer. As a result, the commission on the basis of Cookie goes to the wrong person.Prior approval required
  • Cash back Cash back - return to the buyer part of the paid amount. For example, a webmaster promises to everyone who buys insurance on his link a refund of 4% of the cost of insurance. Webmaster reimburses 4% of his commission.
  • Promotional codesUse promotional codes of the advertiser used for other marketing activities to attract users.Allowed only if we supply the codes directly to the publisher, they are not allowed to source codes from anywhere else but us.
  • Youtube-traffic Traffic from Youtube.com
  • Type-in Type-in, also called URL hijacking, a sting site, or a fake URL, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typos made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser.
  • Typosquatting For example, the partner creates a site: kivi.com (original: kiwi.com), and places affiliate tools in the hope that the user enters the name of the site (type-in) in the browser incorrectly.

Traffic types forbidden:

  • Brand contextual advertising Use of the name or its derivatives in advertisements (for example, compensation on #Compensair#). You can allow or forbid for affiliates to bid on and/or make use of the advertiser's brand name or its derivatives. You can also mention those forbidden derivatives/keywords in the "other" section.
  • Native advertising Teaser advertising is a term used for an advertising campaign where series of ads are presented to the consumer without revealing the complete identity of the product or brand till the last ad. Teaser advertising campaigns consist of two parts: series of teaser ads (one or more than one) and a revealer ad. Typically, the ads are placed on sites with mainstream traffic (news aggregators and so on).
  • Click-Under Aggressive advertising. The window with the advertiser's site is opened under the current user's window. Regardless of the will of the user, after any click on the original site.
  • Pop-Under Aggressive advertising. While user reading the page, without disturbing the user, a new BACKGROUND window opens. This window loads the advertised website.
  • Pop-Up Aggressive advertising. A pop-up window opens above the current window, when you click on any area of the original site.
  • Targeted ads in social networks Display ads in VK, Facebook and other social networks using the features of the advertising network to target the ads - send to a specific audience, for example, 18-26 years, men, New York.
  • Doorways Doorway pages are web pages that are created (could be generated) for the deliberate manipulation of search engine indexes (spamdexing). Often has low quality traffic, which nevertheless is able to generate sales.
  • Motivated traffic The user is motivated to go through advertising and make an action. Motivation is usually a cash or bonus - for example, buy an insurance / tour and get [bonus]
  • Iframe Often fraudulent traffic. Usually, an "invisible" iframe is used, in order to put the cookie for maximum number of visitors.
  • Retargeting / Remarketing A user who has already been interested in the product, but has not made a purchase, can be "found" by Retargeting / Remarketing. Retargeting, also known as remarketing, is a form of online advertising. that can help you keep your brand in front of bounced traffic after they, leave your website.
  • Adult-traffic Traffic from sites for adults

What is Kiwi.com

Kiwi.com is an online booking service for flight, train and bus tickets. Around 35,000 seats are sold everyday on Kiwi.com. The attractive feature of the service is that Kiwi.com is able to build a full-fledged individual route to cities and specific attractions, all while selecting the cheapest tickets. You can combine flights with any other modes of transportation, like trains, buses and more.

The main difference from its competitors is that the service is able to combine carriers that do not work together according to code-sharing. This is called “virtual interlining.” Unlike self-interlined, tickets from Kiwi.com are protected from possible flight delays.

Learn more about Kiwi.com on the official website.

Advantages of the Kiwi.com affiliate program

Kiwi.com works in dozens of languages, has a personal account to manage reservations, offers access to the tickets (even if the user is offline), provides 24/7 customer support and a guaranteed solution in case of a flight cancellation or delay.

Subscription to the Kiwi.com affiliate program is possible for any services with white traffic of clear origin. With an average check of €370 and a 3% commission on the ticket price, the average affiliate reward is €11.1.

Commission:

  • 3% of the full price of any booking

Available languages:

40+ languages

Geotargeting:

The whole world

Traffic types allowed:

  • Contextual advertising Google Adsense and other networks. Contextual advertising is a form of targeted advertising for advertisements appearing on websites or other media, such as content displayed in mobile browsers. The advertisements themselves are selected and served by automated systems based on the identity of the user and the content displayed.
  • Email marketing Using affiliate links in the email marketing, using own email addresses database. SPAM is forbidden by default.
  • Groups and pages in social networks Advertising on the pages of VK, Facebook and other social networks.
  • Messengers (Telegram, Viber and others) Using affiliates links and other promotional materials in Telegram, Viber and other messengers. For example, in the Telegram channel. SPAM is forbidden by default.
  • In mobile apps Display ads (in various formats) in mobile applications. Built-in advertising or advertising via ad networks.
  • Applications in social networksDisplay ads in social networks applications. Built-in advertising or advertising via ad networks.Prior approval required
  • Toolbar Often fraudulent traffic. Partner A distributes its Toolbar (browser plugin), which changes the cookie of the original partner B, who in real attracted the buyer. As a result, the commission on the basis of Cookie goes to the wrong person.Prior approval required
  • Cash back Cash back - return to the buyer part of the paid amount. For example, a webmaster promises to everyone who buys insurance on his link a refund of 4% of the cost of insurance. Webmaster reimburses 4% of his commission.
  • Promotional codesUse promotional codes of the advertiser used for other marketing activities to attract users.Allowed only if we supply the codes directly to the publisher, they are not allowed to source codes from anywhere else but us.
  • Youtube-traffic Traffic from Youtube.com
  • Type-in Type-in, also called URL hijacking, a sting site, or a fake URL, is a form of cybersquatting, and possibly brandjacking which relies on mistakes such as typos made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser.
  • Typosquatting For example, the partner creates a site: kivi.com (original: kiwi.com), and places affiliate tools in the hope that the user enters the name of the site (type-in) in the browser incorrectly.

Traffic types forbidden:

  • Brand contextual advertising Use of the name or its derivatives in advertisements (for example, compensation on #Compensair#). You can allow or forbid for affiliates to bid on and/or make use of the advertiser's brand name or its derivatives. You can also mention those forbidden derivatives/keywords in the "other" section.
  • Native advertising Teaser advertising is a term used for an advertising campaign where series of ads are presented to the consumer without revealing the complete identity of the product or brand till the last ad. Teaser advertising campaigns consist of two parts: series of teaser ads (one or more than one) and a revealer ad. Typically, the ads are placed on sites with mainstream traffic (news aggregators and so on).
  • Click-Under Aggressive advertising. The window with the advertiser's site is opened under the current user's window. Regardless of the will of the user, after any click on the original site.
  • Pop-Under Aggressive advertising. While user reading the page, without disturbing the user, a new BACKGROUND window opens. This window loads the advertised website.
  • Pop-Up Aggressive advertising. A pop-up window opens above the current window, when you click on any area of the original site.
  • Targeted ads in social networks Display ads in VK, Facebook and other social networks using the features of the advertising network to target the ads - send to a specific audience, for example, 18-26 years, men, New York.
  • Doorways Doorway pages are web pages that are created (could be generated) for the deliberate manipulation of search engine indexes (spamdexing). Often has low quality traffic, which nevertheless is able to generate sales.
  • Motivated traffic The user is motivated to go through advertising and make an action. Motivation is usually a cash or bonus - for example, buy an insurance / tour and get [bonus]
  • Iframe Often fraudulent traffic. Usually, an "invisible" iframe is used, in order to put the cookie for maximum number of visitors.
  • Retargeting / Remarketing A user who has already been interested in the product, but has not made a purchase, can be "found" by Retargeting / Remarketing. Retargeting, also known as remarketing, is a form of online advertising. that can help you keep your brand in front of bounced traffic after they, leave your website.
  • Adult-traffic Traffic from sites for adults
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