Bulk date override options in PriceLabs

Bulk Date-Level Override Options

When you're making overrides at a group or account level, it's generally better to do those in percentages instead of fixed values since different listings might have different base/min/max rates and you don't want the same fixed amount on each of those. Here's a quick explanation of the options available:

Price adjustment
  1. "% change on recommended price" - this option lets your prices stay dynamic by applying adjustments on top the current recommended price (which comes from applying seasonal, day-of-week, lead-time, holiday/event factors, and customizations on the base price). If the base price is 100, and the other factors (seasonal, day of week, etc) amount to a 30% increase, then the final price would be 130.
    1. If you now add a 20% override, the price will be 130*1.2 = 156
  2. "% change on base price (fixed)" - this is the fixed price option at the group or account level, where if the base price was 100, and you choose 20% change on base price, you're requesting the new price to be 120 (all other factors applied by PriceLabs are ignored).
  3. "Fixed" - this lets you enter a fixed value instead of %. We don't show this option by default since it can be error prone if you have different types of listings in a group/account that don't all need the same price. If you need it for your use case, please create a ticket using the link on this page.
Min price adjustment
  1. "% change on base price" - this option sets the new min price to be relative to the base price for the listing.
  2. "% change on min price" - this option sets the new min price to be relative to the min price for the listing.
Max price adjustment
  1. "% change on base price" - this option sets the new max price to be relative to the base price for the listing.
  2. "% change on max price" - this option sets the new max price to be relative to the max price for the listing.
For more on setting overrides see our main article Date-Specific Overrides

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