Events, Holidays, & High Demand Dates

Events, Holidays, and High-Demand Dates

The Events/Holidays feature allows you to stay informed about significant occasions in your hyperlocal market, providing insights into upcoming events, holidays, and high-demand dates. This also includes the average prices set for each of these dates.

What are Events?

Any occasions or happenings that induce demand (e.g. Formula 1 Race, Taylor Swift concert, etc.)

What are Holidays?

Festivities happening from all over the world (e.g. Christmas, Thanksgiving, Diwali, Eid, etc.)

What are High Demand dates?

Any days or dates wherein we're picking up more demand in your market (e.g. Weekends)

How to access this feature?

You can access this page from both the Pricing Calendar and the Multi Calendar
On the Pricing Calendar, click on View next to Event/Holidays

For dates with events, they will be marked with a pink square featuring a star in the center (). The calendar will display these event dates just like the image above.

On the Multi-Calendar page, click the 3 dots next to the listing name, and then select Events/Holidays.

You will have access to the list of events including the covered dates, average price, and date specific overrides. 

Aside from viewing these data, you can also add your feedback and our events team will review your suggestions, and add them if applicable.

How to Report an Event?

Aside from viewing events and holidays, you can also report an event that may have been missed. Just click on the "Report Event" button then add the details of the event. Once submitted, our team will review the event reported, and add to the table if needed.

If you'd like to make any changes in rates or min stays for specific events, holidays, or high-demand dates, you can use our Date Specific Overrides to apply your preferred settings. For more info, you can check our guide here.

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