How to create different seasons with overlapping (the same) periods?

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    Werni Zelli
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    Hello,

    I’ve a question regarding the Hotel Booking plugin;

    How to make it possible to (after creating 3 different seasons) give these seasons overlapping dates?

    This is the case:
    I want to use these seasons and labelled them as:

    – 7 days Fullweek package -> starts from monday to monday (season 1) – Period: 1th of June 2024 / 1th of October 2024

    – 5 days Midweek package -> starts from monday to friday (season 2) – Period: 1th of June 2024 / 1th of October 2024

    – 3 days Long weekend – > starts from friday to monday (season 3) – Period: 1th of June 2024 / 1th of October 2024

    I want to offer them during the same period, so e.g. on the calendar if a user selects: Check-in: mo. 10th June, have possibility to choose between the check-out dates;

    – after 7 days (fullweek)
    – after 5 days (midweek)
    – after 3 days (longweekend)

    Now i noticed in the wp-admin on the booking rules part that only the rule in the top will appear
    on the calendar.

    My question; How to make multiple seasons with different configured booking rules visible on the same check-in date
    on the calendar in the frontend? Or is there another way to realize this?

    Thanks in advance for your support!

    Wer

    #1628882
    J. Davis
    Keymaster

    Hi Werni,
    Try to follow the steps below:

    1. Create seasons
    – Midweek: 1th of June 2024 / 1th of October 2024 | Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
    – Weekend: 1th of June 2024 / 1th of October 2024 | Friday, Saturday, Sunday

    2. edit Rate and add both seasons to the rate. You will need to enable the variable prices for 4 and 7-night stays for both seasons.
    https://prnt.sc/OIY9SUbpObeu

    3. go to Bookings > Bookings rules and add the following rules:

    – Check-in Days:
    Friday – Weekend
    Monday – midweek

    – Check-out Days:
    Monday, Friday – Weekend, Midweek

    Maximum Stay:
    3 nights – Weekend
    7 nights – Midweek

    https://prnt.sc/Lw9xL9Z1hdN5

    You can check the calendar on the page

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