In the period pricing model, you can set up price bases based on the minimum number of nights in common, with discounts as guests stay longer.

When you adjust your minimum period nights in the central dashboard, this will be replicated across all listings linked to the rule.

This model is indicated to owners with little variation between the listings and that have well defined the low and high season policy throughout the year. For a more flexible model with minimum of nights and daily rates, we recommend using the length of stay discount.

To register your prices in setup per period model, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Enable the feature in the General Settings

Go to the [Settings > General Settings] menu and on the [Pricing] field, select the [Pricing per Period] option.

Step 2. Define pricing rule sets

With the rate region tool, you can create different rate calendar patterns, which is ideal for those who have units in different regions. If this is not your case, skip to step 3.

Step 3. Register at least one basic rule (season)

Season is the base level for prices - so every day on your calendar must be tied to a rule. If you repeat the season structure in terms of minimum nights, create just one.

Step 4. Choose the region of your listings

Only do this if you registered rate regions in step 2. Access the price settings of your listings and choose on the [Region] field which rate calendar the product follows. 

Step 5. Create price links between listings

If you have a price line that applies to multiple products, you can set up permanent price cloning. The products are independent, but the prices always follow the pattern of one of the group's listings.

Step 6. Register prices in listings

Go to the main listings page and register the daily rates in the structures you set up in step 2.

Step 7. Clone your original rules

After you have registered your basic rules and inserted the prices in the listings, you can easily inform the rates with a few clicks.

We recommend keeping registered prices for an average period of between 12 and 18 months in relation to the current date, so remember to carry out periodic maintenance in your rate.