If you have a Standard or Pro plan and you want to configure your default rates and seasons in a more agile and visual way, you can do it from the calendar. You will have to access from--->Planning-->Calendar--->Daily rates.

In this section you have a calendar in which you will see the prices you have on each of the days, whether they are default rates or seasons. In addition, the reserved dates will be differentiated from the blocked ones if you have marked the check to show occupied dates.

You can scroll through the dates with the scroll or in the tabs that you will see in the upper right part of the calendar.

How can I modify the prices and restrictions from the calendar?

If you want to modify the price of a specific day, click on that day, if you want to modify it for a period of dates, click on the origin date and move the mouse to the end date.

A screen similar to the one you have in My Accommodations- Rates- Seasons will appear.

Give the season a name that will help you identify it and check the period in which you want to apply it.

Assign a price for both the base occupancy and additional people if you have them.

If you wish, you can configure restrictions such as entry and exit days, minimum stay or force weekend.

When you have finished, click the Save button that appears at the bottom of the page. When saving, the data of the existing seasons on those dates will be modified.

⚠️ Important: to change the price of a single night it is necessary that the management of your seasons is configured in permissive mode. In the case of managing the seasons in moderate or restrictive mode, the system will request that the minimum day restrictions of each mode be respected. For more information see:

How can I manage my seasons?

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