Created to help users with listings in different locations, the regions tool allows you to register different sets of price rules (pricing bases) on your

Practical example

A business that has 5 listings in Rio de Janeiro and 2 listings in Vancouver.

The rate calendar for the regions is totally different so you can create a region named Vancouver to create the rate structure compatible with the region.

Your will always have the default region, so use this space to configure the model that applies to most of your listings!

Creating rate regions

If you need to create regions, follow the steps below:

  1. Access the [Catalog > Price Rules];
  2. Click on the green [+] button on the left side of the screen;
  3. Enter the name of your region;
  4. Click on [Save].

Setting a listing's rate region

Regarding your listings, they will be linked to the default rate region, so when creating a new rate region, do not forget to set the new rate region of the listing from the product pricing setting.

The configuration is done from the [Finance > General Pricing Configuration] tab:

Now that you know how to use the regions, check out the next steps of price per period registration: