Day Specific Rule
How do I set special rates for certain days of the week?
Do you have certain days where you always charge the same amount? Set a fixed price or an adjustment to the price for any day of the week.
- From the strategies overlay, click the New button to add a new rule.
- Select Day Specific Rule from the dropdown list, to edit the day specific settings for your strategy.
- Select the month or months for which you want to apply day specific rule from the month selector. Rule will be applied for specified days of selected months only. In the example below, we will adjust the rates for selected day for months of January and February only.
- Select the day or days to be adjusted from the days selector. In the example below, we will adjust the rates on Monday & Tuesday, as well as on the weekend for Friday.
- Set the adjustment amount to be applied to the specified days of the week. This can be set as either a fixed rate, an absolute adjustment, or a percentage adjustment based on the nightly rate.
Positive and negative numbers can be entered for the adjustments to represent either an increase or a discount. A negative sign in front of the number, will represent a discount.
In the example below, For months of January and February, we have set a $250 fixed rate on Mondays and Tuesdays, and for Fridays there will have a 4% discount applied to the nightly rate.
- Click the Save button to save the rule to your strategy.
- If you want to set different rates for other months as well, click on New button on the rules list view and add another Day specific rule and select another month(s). Please note that month(s) selected already in another rule will be disabled.
You have the option of saving your strategy now, and using your strategy as currently composed, or you may continue adding more rules, and fine-tuning other settings in the strategy details. Be sure to review your details and rules settings before clicking the Save button to save the strategy. This will result in new rates being generated for the rental.