Season is the basic price rule in the prices per period model, therefore, your listings must have a season registered throughout the entire rate calendar, without loopholes!
Registering Seasons in the structure
To register a season, follow the steps below:
- Access [Catalog > Price Rules];
- Select the rate region on the left side of the screen to proceed;
- On the upper right side of the screen, click the green [+Period] button;
- In the pop-up, select [Add Season / Event];
- Follow the flow indicated on the screen, marking [Season] in the [Define level] field;
- Save the changes made at the upper right side of the screen.
Guidelines for the registration of seasons
For the registration of these prices rules, you will need to enter the information below:
|Name of the rule
|It is an internal indication regarding the period in your calendar.
This will help you find the rules in the registration of the daily rates.
|The most common names used are Low Season and High Season, but it is a free registration field.
|Duration of the rule
|It indicates the effective period of the price rule.
Remember that the start date of the next season must be the same as the date in which the previous season ends!
|High Season ends on september 15th, so the duration will be until september 16th and the next rule must start also on september 16th.
|It is your minimum of nights policy for the period and the proportional discounts for guests that stays for longer periods.
It is necessary to register at least the base rate plan (the one with no discount).
|I accept the minimum of 1 night, but if the guest stays longer than 3 nights, I will give a 10% discount and if the guest stays longer than 7 nights, 20%.
Register the plans 1 night, 3 nights with a 10% discount and 7 nights with a 20% discount.
Seasons are the elementary structures to place your listings for marketing, but if you work with packages in festive dates such as New Year's Eve, Carnival and holidays, the Events can help to make your routine more flexible, however, before creating them it is important to know well how they behave on your website and other sales channels! I want to know more...
Now that you aready know how to register seasons, how about checking out the next steps of the price registering via the Stays.net price per period configuration model?