What type of Adjustments can be made? 

There are 2 types of rules within advanced pricing: 

  1. Based on length of booking
  2. Applied to a specific day within a trip

Note: All pricing adjustments are based off of the base rate of each vehicle. You set this by navigating to Vehicles > Select a vehicle > Prices. 

Within the 2 rules listed above, you have 3 types of pricing adjustments that can be made. All of which revolve around increasing or decreasing price. The image below displays the 3 types of pricing adjustments and a short definition. 

1: % Percentage price adjustment:
        - Adjust the nightly/daily rate by a percentage
2. $ Dollar amount adjustment
        - Adjust the nightly/daily rate by a dollar amount
3. Set price to
        - Set the nightly/daily rate to this exact value

Now that we know the basic adjustments, lets move into the 2 different rule types. 

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1. Based on length of booking

Offer a discount based on the length of the requested booking

Weekly pricing? Monthly pricing? Anything in between? This is where you make these changes. You also have the opportunity to charge based on days that may tier down. For example, 0-3 nights costs x, 4-6 costs x, and 7-14 costs x. This can all be done via the "Based on length of booking" price adjustment. 

The screenshot below is an example of setting up a weekly rate of exactly 200 per day, and a monthly rate of 175 per day. 


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2. Applied to a specific day within trip

Offer a discount or add free days. 

If you're wanting to offer a discounted day based on the day within the trip, you can do so by entering the day you want to discount, then apply the amount you're decreasing it by. 

For this example below, If you as a rental company wants to offer the 7th day for free if they rent for 7 night/days apply the following rule: 

This would make the nightly rate of just the 7th day, $0.
You can always make it a discounted % as well. 

Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions, we're here to help! 

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