Pricing Offsets for Mapped Listings
The Price Offset customization sets a "Fixed" or "Percent" price change on the final Recommended Price (after all other customizations have been applied). This was developed for users who want comparable prices for mapped listings from different channels, but still want to have a price offset between channels. For example: A user has listings mapped in PriceLabs from Airbnb and VRBO, and wants the Airbnb prices to always be 8% higher than the VRBO prices. This can be done by going to the Airbnb account level settings on the Customizations Page, selecting the "Percent" option on the Price Offset customization and entering the value in the space provided.
As long as all other account, group, and listing level customizations are the same between the Airbnb and VRBO listings, and the parent and child pairs have the same base price, price parity will be maintained but every rate sent directly to Airbnb will be exactly 8% higher than the rates sent to VRBO.
As mentioned above, this setting is applied on top of all your price customizations, which includes Fixed Price Overrides, Orphan Discounts, etc. This means that the Recommend Price of a listing that uses this customization may go above your Maximum Price or below your Minimum Price.
This customization is now available under "Advanced Customizations" as seen in the above screenshot.
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