Agency and Sitter Rates for ALL Services
Reserve your sitter today for your time away!
- A valid credit card is required for a non-refundable referral fee
- 3 to 8 hours sitter job placement
- 1 : 4 Sitter- child ratio
- 4 to 12 hours advance notice for guaranteed sitter placement.
- Sitters may not be contacted privately
- All placements must be made through the agency! A Disloyalty penalty will apply
First Referral by Sitters at the Shore: $20.00 placement
We will create a personalized portfolio just for you! This will help us make the perfect placement for your family and make it easier for you to book a sitter with us again. Your portfolio will consist of your shore location, your children’s names and ages, your previous sitters, any medical conditions, your children’s likes and dislikes and any parent preferences. This portfolio will be kept on file for future reference. This fee will include your first reservation.
Additional referrals thereafter: $15.00 per placement
Same day referral fees: (less than 12 hours) $25.00 new clients $20 clients
Week-long Referral: $125.00
5 to 7 consecutive days for a week-long placement.
Cape May County Sitting Rates:
Cape May, the Wildwoods, Stone Harbor, Avalon, Strathmere, Sea Isle, Ocean City and others inland.
- Babysitting- Cash – $18.00 per hour $1.00 per added child.
- Petsitting- $15.00 per hour/per visit
- Housesitting $20.00 per visit
- Call for Group Sitting rates
Cancelation Policy: Reservation fees are non-refundable and one hour of the sitter’s rate will be charged if cancellation occurs less than 24 hours of the scheduled service.
Atlantic County Sitter’s Rates:
Margate, Longport, Ventnor, Atlantic City, Brigantine, and others inland.
Advance payment is required on a valid credit card. Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express.
Casino/Hotel Babysitting Service: CREDIT $20 per hour + $1.00 per added child.
Home Babysitting Service: CREDIT $18.00 per hour + $1.00 per added child.
Valet fee for sitter’s parking: paid in cash
15% Gratuity: paid in cash.
NOTE: FOOD/ALLERGY POLICY states: It is the responsibility of the parents to be sure the sitter is provided a meal (generally whatever the children will be having) if the requested services are early and they are working during a meal hour.
1 in 13 children are now affected by a food allergy — a 100 percent jump from just 15 years ago — meaning that one or two of the kids in any given setting is allergic. While some have only had mild reactions, such as an itchy mouth, hives, or upset stomach, 40 percent of allergic kids have had a severe reaction, including life-threatening anaphylaxis, which usually involves symptoms such as a rash, hives, swelling of the lips or tongue, vomiting, abnormal heartbeat, and trouble breathing. And all children are vulnerable. One-quarter of reactions at school occur in kids who have never been diagnosed with an allergy. “Any person who’s had a mild allergic reaction has the potential to have a major reaction in the future,” says pediatrician Hugh Sampson, M.D., director of the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute at Mount Sinai Medical Center, in New York City, and a Parents advisor. “But we still have no good way of predicting who will have such reactions or when they will occur.”