In the overprice model of, your listings will have both the sale price - which is the amount of daily rates charged to guests on reservations - and the purchase price (= net price), which is the amount you agreed to pay the owners per daily rate, if there is a reservation in your listing.

Ideally, you should have a standard pricing policy model regarding the number of nights to pay owners that applies to as many listings as possible.

Registering net price global rules (purchase price)

To set up the general pricing rules to be paid to owners, follow the path below:

  1. Access the [Catalog > Buy Price Rules] menu;
  2. Create or select the rate region on the left side of the screen;
  3. Click on the green [+Period] button on the right side of the screen;
  4. Select the [Add Season/Event] option;
  5. Fill in the information requested on the screen;
  6. Save the changes made at the end of registration.

After completing the registration of your main pricing rules, you will need to access the listings to register the daily rates prices, on the [Finance > Registration of Purchase Prices (Net)] tab.

Important tips

For a good use experience with this feature, we leave below some additional tips:

Optimize your registrationIf your sales price has the same rate structure in relation to net prices and the only difference is the daily rate amount, you will be able to import the structures into the panel.
Individualized changes to rulesThe ideal is to register your different patterns in the [Catalog > Buy Price Rules] menu, but if it is necessary to make specific adjustments to certain listings, there is the possibility of creating and editing rules through the [Finance > Registration of Purchase Prices (Net)] screen of your listings with the [+Period] button at the top of the screen.
Be careful when using events in rulesThe daily rates calculation process is the same used for website reservations, that is, if the reservation takes at least 1 night of the event, the owners' price quote will also follow the event amount, which is usually higher than the conventional daily rate.
We recommend using events only in very specific cases!

Now that you already know about the configuration of the pricing rules for your net rates, how about seeing other related subjects?