What do we call "enablers' price" for a land tour?

We negotiated with the Tour Operators and we sell the tours to Delphi and Argolis at a special rate for people, that either because of their age, or, their profession they are entitled to free, or, discounted entrance fees to museums and sites visited, as well as, people that prefer to take the tour without having lunch included.
Such clients are families with juniors under 19, students, E.U. pensioners, press & TV reporters, etc. They pay the "enablers'" price.

For the One day tours to DELPHI or ARGOLIS (visiting Mycenae-Nafplion & Epidaurus):

1) For students & teachers holding an International Student Identity Card (ISIC or ITIC cards, below) the enablers price is 49.00 EUR paid in cash at our office. We keep a copy of the ISI card and get the 10.00 EUR difference from the ISIC office. So, the "enablers" price is valid only for holders of the ISI card. Holders of University & College student cards pay the adult enablers price = 59.00 EUR

2) Adult clients pay the enablers price of 59.00 EUR per person, either through our Secure Bank webpages, or, in our office in Athens  paying either way, credit card or cash.

The students must visit our office in Athens, show their card, and pay 49.00 EUR in cash.

The day of the tour, you follow the group, but the price that you have paid,includes:

  1. Pick up / drop off service from the hotels that are in our list www.toursingreece.info/pick-up.html
  2. The services of the professional tour guide that leads the group, but

  3. Does not include entrance tickets and lunch. They are paid extra on the spot.
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Kosta.