Setting up Rates: Rate Lists
Rate Lists are used to specify the rates for your inventory. A rate list is valid for a certain date range and this allows you to have different rates for different seasons, such as high season and low season.
If your rates don't change throughout the year, you will need just one standard rate l...
Setting up Rates: Rate Categories
To setup your pricing, you'll navigate to the Setup - Rates section of the system. There are two parts of the rates setup, Rate Categories & Rate Lists. This article will focus on Rate Categories.
Rate categories are used to define a rental period of time such as hourly, daily, weekly, week...
How do I create weekday and weekend pricing?
The rate system in WebReserv allows you to setup different prices and rules for weekday and weekend rentals. For the lodging industry, this is a common pricing setup to charge a higher rate on weekends than on weekday. This article will show you how to set it up in your account.
First, you'll w...
Setting up Variable Person Pricing Rules
If you have a lodging business, you may have pricing rules that change dependent on the number of people booked in a reservation. This is usually called an 'extra person' fee. WebReserv is able to accommodate for rate changes based on the number of person booked, called Per Person (Variable) pr...
How do I test my rates to make sure they are correct?
After entering or updating your rates, it is recommend that you test the rate set up to ensure that the rates are calculated correctly. The information shown in the Rate Tester is only seen in the back office by the business. Customers booking online will see most of these details, but in a dif...