For example - you want a different price for next season.


When making a Long Term price change, you can change the price for a specific date range, specific days of the week in a date range, or indefinitely.


This is best demonstrated in an example.
I want to increase my rate for the Standard room from $80 per night to $90 per night for the summer (1st December to 30th April).



Instructions

  1. Go to the Rates Calendar

  2. Select the Long Term method so that it is highlighted green



  3. Click on any cell that represents the price that you want to change

    TIP - Do not worry about the date as this can be selected in the next stage

  4. A Set Rates pop up will appear with the Set Rates button highlighted green



  5. Ensure that the Rate Type field has the correct iBex rate name selected

  6. Ensure that the minimum stay requirement is the one that you want to change

  7. Select the Date range that you want the new prices applied

  8. Enter the new price in the Base field

  9. Enter a new price in the Additional person field (if applicable)

  10. Select Set Rates

iBex will then confirm the changes have been saved so that you can Close the pop up.


Some Helpful Tips:

  • If you want to add or remove the availability row in the rates calendar, this can be done in your Screen Options.

  • If you want the dates that you are changing to show on the calendar, just select the day before in the mini calendar on the right hand side. After the changes have been saved and you have closed the pop up, you'll then see the old and new prices on the calendar.

  • Once you have selected a period longer than a week (which is not set to indefinitely), the days of the week appear so that you can set prices for specific days of the week in the date range set (for example, a higher weekend rate).



Video Instructions