Price per week

  • This topic has 6 replies, 4 voices, and was last updated 2 years ago by Mary Evans.
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  • #788661
    Julien Verhaeghe
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    Hello,

    For the booking of my rooms, I have a rate by night and a rate by week. The rate by week is not a number that can be divided in an integer.

    How can I achieve that ?

    Example :

    A night costs 100$, and a week 600$. Basically, this means that one night costs 85,71428571428571$ per night if booked for 7 nights straight, and everytime I try to put decimals in the price, it’s saved as an integer.

    Thank you !

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Julien Verhaeghe.
    #791376
    J. Davis
    Keymaster

    Hi Julien,

    Make sure you use latest version of Hotel Booking plugin as we allowed more decimals for weekly monthly rates to have proper price on the checkout.

    best regards,
    J. Davis

    #791632
    Julien Verhaeghe
    Participant

    Actually, I am using the 3.2.0 version and the anomaly is still there.

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    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by Julien Verhaeghe.
    #792952
    J. Davis
    Keymaster

    Hi Julien,

    Please try to put dot instead of comma as decimal separator and without currency symbol

    85.71428571428571

    best regards,
    J. Davis

    #858847
    stephane matichard
    Participant

    Hi Julien,

    Did you finally achieve to set up a weekly rate. If Yes, can you explain how you did it, step by step ?

    Best Regards
    Stéphane

    #858864
    stephane matichard
    Participant

    I’m new on this forum, and also new the WP plugins. I’ve realized I should be a bit more specific on what I’m trying to achieve.
    I’m trying to get the following :
    – There is no minimum stay, people can book 1, 2, 3 … nights if they want, however, if they do so, the price is for a week (6 nights).
    Above 6 nights, the price are per night.

    Let’s give an example where the price is 300$/week, 60$/night
    1 day booking =300$
    2 days booking =300$
    3 days booking = 300$
    ….
    6 days booking = 300$
    7 days booking = 360$

    Thanks
    Stéphane

    #860519
    Mary Evans
    Participant

    Hello Stephane,

    Thank you for clarification.
    You can do it by adding length of stay in the Accommodation tab > Rates > create / choose the needed rate and click the “plus” icon on the right in the Season Prices section. After that, add different prices per night depending on their number. For example, price per night for 1 night will be $300; for 2 nights – $150; for 3 nights – $100; for 4 nights – $75; for 5 nights – $60; for 6 nights – $50; for 7 nights – $51.4285714 (360/7); for 8 nights – $52.5 (420/8) and so on.

    Best Regards,
    M. Evans

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