Adding a Booking Fee

If you charge a booking or processing fee on your reservations, then you can set up this fee in WebReserv.  You have a few options for setup, see below.

To setup the Booking Fees, navigate to Setup - Business Information - Payments.

The fee options are:

  • percentage of the total
  • fixed amount

In addition, you can charge the fixed amount fee per reservation, per person, or per unit (i.e. boat, bike)

Booking/Processing Fee options



See examples below for each configuration:

% of total: Setting a percentage of the total amount will calculate the percentage based off the total reservation amount, including tax (minus a security deposit, if applicable).

Booking Fee - % of total
The booking/processing fee will show up on the reservation as shown below:

booking fee percent of total example

Fixed Amount - *Per reservation*: Setting an amount per reservation will add a flat fee to the total, regardless of number of persons or units.

Booking Fee - Per reservation

 The booking/processing fee will show up on the reservation as shown below:

booking fee per res example

Fixed Amount - *Per person*: Setting an amount per person will calculate that set amount multiplied by the number of persons are entered for the reservation.

Booking Fee - Per person

 The booking/processing fee will show up on the reservation as shown below:

Booking fee per person ex

Fixed Amount - *Per unit*: Setting an amount per unit will calculate the set amount multiplied by the number of units entered for the reservation.  For example, if a kayak rental company allows their customers to select multiple units (i.e. kayaks) within one reservation, and the customer selects 2 kayaks, then the booking fee will be the amount x 2 kayaks.  Additionally, per unit also works if you have multiple products per reservation.  The system will calculate the amount x the number of products reserved.  See example of both options below.

booking fee per unit

The booking/processing fee will show up on the reservation as shown below:

For multiple units (i.e. 2 single kayaks)

Multiple units example




For multiple products (i.e. a kayak and room)

Multiple products example