How to setup a Rate Plan Step 2

Click on the 3 little dots, then choose edit

Click on&nbsp;<span class=""><i><b>Tags</b></i></span>

The "tags" will help you to define some key words who are going to be shown on the Booking engine

Choose if a&nbsp;<span class=""><b>Pre-payment is or is not required</b></span>

Choose if a Deposit<span class=""><b>&nbsp;is or is not required.</b><br>The deposit is most of time refundable, a Pre-payment is not&nbsp;</span>

Choose if this rate is a<span class=""><i><b>&nbsp;Non refundable rate or not, if you need credit card or if there is cancellation is free required</b></i></span>

Choose to add general descriptions&nbsp;

Select if boards are included or not in this rate plan

Do not forget to Save!

Now click on&nbsp;<span class=""><i><b>Available periods</b></i></span>

This is the place where you can define when the rates are available

<span>Available periods are linked to when your client will make the booking; not the date of the check-in. To set them click on ADD</span>

Select the period desired by entering a date or by selecting a season.

Choose which days of the week the client are able to book this rate. If no days are selected then the rate will be available for all days of the week.<br><br>

Click on&nbsp;<span class=""><i><b>Add period</b></i> in order to finish this manipulation</span>

Staying period refers to the time spent by the customer in the hotel (check in; check out). Click on Add to start the process

As previously stated, you can select some dates or add a season. If you want, add several periods then just do the same manipulation again

Choose which days of the week the client are able to book this rate. If no days are selected then the rate will be available for all days of the week<br>

In this example we will offer this rate plan only from Sunday to Thursday

Click <span class=""><i><b> </b></i><b>Add period</b><i><b> </b></i>to finish&nbsp;your manipulation</span>

Add as much Staying Periods as you want, just repeat the manipulation again and again!<br>

That's it. You're done for this step

 

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