Highest Paying Affiliate Programs - over $10k per sale - Ever Heard of Them?

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Hi there!
Just curious if you're familiar with high-ticket affiliate programs paying over $10k per sale?
The first thing that comes to my mind is... airplanes.
I googled but unfortunately, Boeing doesn't offer 1% per sale
It would be great to promote Boeing 787 Dreamliner which is worth $230 million or at least Airbus A320 which costs $71.9 million.
One sale could easily bring you a million

The second thing that comes to my mind is recurring programs such as Aweber, ConvertKit, online education, etc. Well, this works, I know about that, feel free to share your experience.

The third thing that comes to my mind is a Gold IRA niche. Google about it. It's pretty competitive. In short, you have to refer a person who would rollover their existing 401k or Roth IRA to Gold IRA. Today, it's difficult to find such gold enthusiasts, but one $500k sale makes you $10k

The fourth thing that comes to my mind is MOBE and other educational programs. Well, I've heard a lot of bad words about them. But feel free to share what you know.

So, the question is, have you ever heard of (partnered with) affiliate programs paying off over 10 thousand dollars per one sale?
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Originally Posted by Alex July View Post

    So, the question is, have you ever heard of (partnered with) affiliate programs paying off over 10 thousand dollars per one sale?
    Yeah it's not uncommon.

    Some friends sell $10k - $30k programs and give 30% - 40% commission.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    One sale could easily bring you a million
    What would it be after expenses? $50?

    recurring programs such as Aweber, ConvertKit, online education, etc.
    How is less than $10 per referral per month "high-paying?"
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Boats - planes - real estate - commercial land...these are people I know in real life who earn 5 figure commissions. I've earned $10k+ commissions on home and land sales...it's as easy as a customer signing a contract....and you knowing the product - the customer - the laws - the financing....etc

    Many 'affiliates' earn $10k per deal - but not by posting a link online with 'buy now'... I've heard of 30% commission for a $10k coaching pkg - don't know anyone who ever earned those commissions though.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Many 'affiliates' earn $10k per deal - but not by posting a link online with 'buy now'... I've heard of 30% commission for a $10k coaching pkg - don't know anyone who ever earned those commissions though.
      You already know, but for the sake of others who don't... what's presented on the surface isn't always the full picture.

      What nobody talks about is how sometimes these high commissions eat into a vendors profit so much they create serious financial problems - especially when prizes are on offer.

      There's more than a few vendors out there who've made a significant loss on their launches.
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  • Profile picture of the author Artesian
    My company works in advanced computer hardware, data center infrastructure, big data, and rendering/cinema/design. We get hardware from point A to point B, or manufacture it bespoke.

    Some data center deals can be in the 7-9 figure range, with commissions of 1-10%. I'm curious how to find people with the requisite knowledge/interest/etc to help make these deals happen and find new clients. Connecting resources, buyers, and sellers is a massive challenge in this industry - but just one sale can make your whole year.

    There is also a significant desktop computer component with commission-able sales in the $100-1000 per unit range, but that's another ball game entirely.

    The reality is that a lot of the deals fall through or require a few hours of subject matter learning to really speak properly to the involved parties. But once people are ready to get to the table, hundreds of thousands of dollars can change hands in minutes.

    FWIW I am a master in e-commerce, but small ticket sales on web shops to individuals don't even scratch the surface of what's possible with data centers.
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  • Profile picture of the author jmosticc22
    Not sure about 10k but the Shopify Affiliate Program can be lucrative with up to 200% commissions.
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    • Profile picture of the author poemaster
      This is quite interesting but I bet only a few products can offer such commissions. Mind sharing a few so that I can take a look of its viability?
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    with up to 200% commissions

    Love to see that one explained so it makes sense - the seller will pay affiliate 2X the cost of the product?



    As an affiliate I sell a product for $40 purchase price - and the seller pays me $80 commission.....ummmm....
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex July
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Love to see that one explained so it makes sense - the seller will pay affiliate 2X the cost of the product?



      As an affiliate I sell a product for $40 purchase price - and the seller pays me $80 commission.....ummmm....
      The keyword here is "recurring"
      The seller pays you $80 because they will charge another $40 every next year, not to mention additional offers.
      Quite a typical situation for a web hosting niche, for example .
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    The only affiliate program I've ever found online (*paying $10k per sale) was an "Adult-based" vacation package that sells for $100,000US. The company pays 10% commissions, which in-turn could land you a cool $10k.


    Whilst it is legal in the Dominican Republic to offer "Escort Services" along with vacation packages, there's still room for questioning the ethics of promoting said services{?}... but, to each their own!!!



    The company is; "DR Nights" and if you're feeling 'UP' to the challenge... you can sign up as an affiliate for FREE, and in-turn, start PIMPING their; "High Roller Package" which costs $100k for private jet, hotel stay, a ton of perks...and a few 'loose' ladies to service the client.


    Aside from 'privately brokered' deals, I don't know of any affiliate programs offering $10k per sale!!!
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    • Originally Posted by art72 View Post

      The only affiliate program I've ever found online (*paying $10k per sale) was an [...]

      Aside from 'privately brokered' deals, I don't know of any affiliate programs offering $10k per sale!!!
      Did you see my reply which is immediately before yours? I'm personally in more than 4 such programs that can not only pay as much as $10k for one sale but also far more than that. Someone I know scored a $39,000+ commission single deal just months ago in one of them, and some people often make five figures for the month.
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    • Originally Posted by art72 View Post

      DR Nights
      It's one thing to know that one exists, which I didn't before you posted it, but have you ever heard of anyone actually using and making any money with that program? I have been unable to find anything online about people using that program even though it has apparently existed for years.
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      • Profile picture of the author art72
        Originally Posted by AffiliatePrograms View Post

        It's one thing to know that one exists, which I didn't before you posted it, but have you ever heard of anyone actually using and making any money with that program? I have been unable to find anything online about people using that program even though it has apparently existed for years.
        No, I've never heard of... or known anyone who has actually received a $10,000 commission from their affiliate program.

        I've stumbled upon several affiliate programs that pay bigger commissions for high end training courses... but I've never put much effort into promoting them.

        In short, I don't think the commission payout per sale matters nearly as much as the salescopy and the ability to communicate with your target audience.

        Seems to be, the affiliates who crush it and earn huge commissions are usually badass copywriters who know how to write ads, sales pages, lead capture pages, and follow up sequences.

        Building lists, subscribers, and followers seems far more important than that of seeking out (1) big commission.

        I believe; the affiliates who create recurring monthly commissions are the wise ones, even if they don't earn a huge commission per sale.
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        • Originally Posted by art72 View Post

          No, I've never heard of... or known anyone who has actually received a $10,000 commission from their affiliate program.

          I've stumbled upon several affiliate programs that pay bigger commissions for high end training courses... but I've never put much effort into promoting them.
          I'm just asking if you know of anyone at all using them with any success, not about the $10k deals.

          As far as the "affiliates training affiliates" ones go that supposedly offer big potential rewards, I personally don't count them as real affiliate programs either, except for the rare case where you're dealing with the reputable direct "horse's mouth" so to speak, like ClickBank having its own program for example.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    The thing is the higher the commissions is the harder it is to sell the affiliate products. For example Boeing jets, the only way i see you getting a sale is if you have a high ranking and authoritative website about jets that is in the top of he Search engines. However the highest commission rate i have earned is $5000 for a high ticket Training Course, in fact i sold 2 and i was pleased with myself. I got the sale from my email list with which i have build up a good relationship over the years.
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    • Originally Posted by hardworker2013 View Post

      The thing is the higher the commissions is the harder it is to sell the affiliate products.
      Just the other day I read the opposite claim - someone saying something to the effect that it's just as easy to sell a high commission item as a low commission item, so you might as well go for the high commission item.
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex July
        Originally Posted by AffiliatePrograms View Post

        Just the other day I read the opposite claim - someone saying something to the effect that it's just as easy to sell a high commission item as a low commission item, so you might as well go for the high commission item.
        Oh, yes, I've heard it a lot of times.
        It takes the same amount of time and efforts to promote a $7 ebook as it does to promote a high-ticket offer. So, go high-ticket!
        What a lie!
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        • Originally Posted by Alex July View Post

          Oh, yes, I've heard it a lot of times.
          It takes the same amount of time and efforts to promote a $7 ebook as it does to promote a high-ticket offer. So, go high-ticket!
          What a lie!
          There are a lot of lies out there, but that is not a lie. I think it boils down to everyone being different, with different preferences and divinely ordained genetic makeup, predisposition and so forth. Personally I have only done poorly with low ticket promotions, and better with high ticket promotions. High ticket is more suitable to my natural inclinations and preferences. The only time I ever had some okay results for a little while with low ticket was with some online dating stuff, but that was many years ago now, and the industry changed so much that it completely fizzled out and I do not even promote it anymore except for a little bit of forwarding to FriendFinder and some social media stuff still on the web. My remaining trickle of traffic has so far made literally pennies over the last six months to a year or so. Many years ago, however, I was getting some momentum with match.com before they outsourced, but even that was only one-time only stuff, not recurring commissions, which as far as I'm concerned is not a real affiliate program at all either. In fact, that is the "lie" as far as I'm concerned: low-ticket programs that are not only low ticket, but in most cases also one-time only or with little to no recurrence. Talk about a lopsided arrangement for all your work and risk to make someone else rich.

          PS: I have seen affiliates having a lot of huge earnings months in high ticket, not to mention the $39,000+ commission deal I alluded to above, so people are definitely doing it. Some have passed the ~half, ~$1 and over $2 million total earnings mark in one program I'm in alone over not many years at all even.
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          • Profile picture of the author Alex July
            Originally Posted by AffiliatePrograms View Post

            There are a lot of lies out there, but that is not a lie. I think it boils down to everyone being different, with different preferences and divinely ordained genetic makeup, predisposition and so forth. Personally I have only done poorly with low ticket promotions, and better with high ticket promotions. High ticket is more suitable to my natural inclinations and preferences. The only time I ever had some okay results for a little while with low ticket was with some online dating stuff, but that was many years ago now, and the industry changed so much that it completely fizzled out and I do not even promote it anymore except for a little bit of forwarding to FriendFinder and some social media stuff still on the web. My remaining trickle of traffic has so far made literally pennies over the last six months to a year or so. Many years ago, however, I was getting some momentum with match.com before they outsourced, but even that was only one-time only stuff, not recurring commissions, which as far as I'm concerned is not a real affiliate program at all either. In fact, that is the "lie" as far as I'm concerned: low-ticket programs that are not only low ticket, but in most cases also one-time only or with little to no recurrence. Talk about a lopsided arrangement for all your work and risk to make someone else rich.

            PS: I have seen affiliates having a lot of huge earnings months in high ticket, not to mention the $39,000+ commission deal I alluded to above, so people are definitely doing it. Some have passed the ~half, ~$1 and over $2 million total earnings mark in one program I'm in alone over not many years at all even.
            You're talking about Regal Assets, I know that. I'm the member of that FB group
            But ALL affiliates make only 10-20 sales per month in total. So, it's not that easy!
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            • Originally Posted by Alex July View Post

              You're talking about Regal Assets, I know that. I'm the member of that FB group
              But ALL affiliates make only 10-20 sales per month in total. So, it's not that easy!
              I'm not only talking about that one. I'm also in several more that have similar potential. One that I'm in will even give you 4% minimum up to $1 million, with a max of 6%-plus on $1 million. Yes, nobody is saying it's easy or not hard, but the idea here is "just as hard" and "just as easy," but with far greater potential reward. As far as I'm concerned, a low ticket program which doesn't even have recurring commissions is not a real affiliate program at all, and unless you have a ton of the kind of traffic it would require to make any money with it, you are wasting your time, money and strength that is better spent on a high ticket program with lifetime revshare potential.
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  • In certain service industries, B2B (business to business) contract sales commissions can hit those figures and beyond.

    For example, almost all telesales centers in my private network each pays out 5% monthly recurring commissions from an average of $300K monthly gross sales.
    That's when you lock them up for a 5-month renewable partnership contract with an advertiser.
    Each averages to a 12-agent pay-per-performance telesales contract.
    This is usually with an advertiser that drives 500 inbound calls per day, at an average $300 sale price and a 5 to 10% conversion target.

    And since it's pay per performance, it's straightforward to close these contracts for those who know what they're doing.
    Plus, because it's inbound, it converts much higher than outbound sales.
    So most telesales centers want those.
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  • Turns out this Dr. Nights program mentioned by art72 above was posted here in 2015:

    https://www.warriorforum.com/affilia...-per-sale.html
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