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Copying rates from one unit to another

Copying Rates

To copy rates from one unit to another click on the ‘copy rates to another unit’ button at the top of your finished tariff. The pop up below will appear. Choose which unit you want to copy the current tariff to. If you are copying between tariffs make sure you have created the target tariff before you try to copy the rates.

Please note: Copying rates over to another unit, when you’ve already put in rates for it, will permanently overwrite the rates you put in for that unit previously. So please use this super quick fix with caution!

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Weekly Rates by Party Size

Adding Party Size Pricing Conditions

You may want to set ‘party size pricing conditions’ when adding your weekly rates. For example, you may want to charge a a weekly rate dependant on the number of people coming on the holiday.

You can create a weekly price for 1 person booking = your price, 2 people booking = your price, 3 people = your price and so on.  Then, you can set ‘ANY’ to the value above all the party member conditions.

Please note: if you leave a gap in the party member number, let’s say you had 2 people = £50 and then 4 people = £100, and then you made a booking for 3 people, this will look at any appropriate bands below it’s current value.

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Adding Rates

Chose from one of the following types of rates:

Daily (most popular and flexible!)

Daily rates are the quickest and most flexible way of adding your rates. We highly recommended setting up your accommodation using daily rates. Read more here. 

Weekly and Short Breaks 

A traditional way of setting rates. Weekly and short breaks are rigid set date ranges. Read more here. 

Please note: When choosing which rates to use, choose either daily or weekly and short breaks. 

Pricing for time-based units

When you are creating pricing for your activity, you are setting a price on the unit and the party member. For more information on how to set this, read our article here. 

Copying Rates from one unit to another

A super quick way of copying rates from one unit to another. Just remember that this will override any previously pricing you may have had previously. Use with caution! Read more here. 

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Adding Weekly and Short Break Rates

To add weekly rates go to Setup > Rates > Daily / Weekly / Short Breaks 

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT WHEN ADDING RATES, THE DATES SHOULD NOT OVERLAP UNLESS THE PARTY SIZE IS DIFFERENT.

  • When adding short breaks and weekly breaks, you can’t also add daily rates over the same dates!
  • The dates of any band refers to the first and last night of the booking. So, a three day weekend band from Friday to Sunday means your customers arrive on Friday, stay 3 nights and leave on the Monday.

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Cascading tariffs and how they work

Cascading rates are a special kind of daily rate that allows you to charge a different price during the same date range depending on the customer’s length of stay.  

Cascading rates only work when you’re charging less on a daily basis as the length of stay increases.

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What rate structure is for you?

 

Here’s a summary of your different rate structure options.

Daily (most popular and flexible!)

Daily rates are the quickest and most flexible way of adding your rates. We highly recommended setting up your accommodation using daily rates.

Weekly and Short Breaks 

A traditional way of setting rates. Weekly and short breaks are rigid set date ranges.

Please note: When choosing which rates to use, choose either daily or weekly and short breaks. 

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Rates – updating them year to year

 

You can copy rates from one year to the next.

 

For a video describing how to update dates for the New Year for your Units, please click below:

How to update your rates from year to year – units from Anytime Booking on Vimeo.

 

Please Note: You will still have to change the dates (after copying them) so they correspond with the days in the following year. For example, the 8th of August in 2015 is a Saturday whereas the 8th of August in 2016 is a Monday, therefore the days are different and this can affect your changeover days if your pricing is weekly or short breaks. You must change these otherwise your rates in the following year will not be correct.