The derived prices setting allows that, from a base amount, the price increases for each additional guest on reservations, always respecting the maximum capacity of this listing.
What you find in this article
- How to set derived prices?
- What happens when the reservation exceeds the maximum number of guests that the listings accept?
- Is this information transmitted to sales channels?
How to set derived prices?
You can make the setting per listing. Go to [Finance > General Pricing Configuration] to access the Do your prices vary according to the number of guests on the reservation? field. See the image below for more configuration references:
If you work with this amount variation based on the number of guests on Airbnb, this information will already be imported into the listings during your implementation process. Learn more.
What happens when the reservation exceeds the maximum number of guests that the listings accept?
Nothing, as there will be no reservation. It is common the maximum capacity of the listing to vary due to the extra beds option, such as mattress, sofa beds and others. In this case, you must register your mattress with the Mattress/Futon option so that your listings have the actual maximum capacity.
For more information on registering beds and maximum capacity of listings, read How to set the maximum guest capacity on a listing.
Is this information transmitted to sales channels?
Besides your website and direct sales, this setting will be transmitted to Booking, Airbnb, Despegar, Expedia and Vrbo. The sending of information is usually done within 5 minutes after being edited.