You can set a custom price for any individual night or set of nights at Your Listings > Manage Listing and Calendar. Double-click on any upcoming day in the calendar to open a window where you can enter the start and end dates of the period of time you want to edit—it doesn’t have to include the date you clicked on. From there you can set the nightly price and click Save.
Keep in mind, your long-term pricing will override any nightly rate you set.
You can set a weekly or monthly price at Your Listings > Manage Listing and Calendar > Pricing in the Long-Term Prices section. When you enter a long-term price the update will automatically save.
Your weekly price will apply to the entirety of any reservation for 7-27 nights and your monthly price will apply to the entirety of any reservation for 28 nights or longer. We’ll charge a prorated nightly rate, based on your long-term price, for any additional nights beyond a week or a month.
For example: if you set your weekly price at $700 and a nightly price at $200, a 9-night reservation will be $900, not $1,100.
Guests will not see your long-term prices unless they request a long-term reservation, in which case they’ll be included in the price breakdown for the reservation request.
To set prices for specific weeks or months to account for seasonality or local events like a conference or festival, go to Your Listings > Manage Listing and Calendar > Pricing. In the Long-Term Prices section, you’ll see a link to set custom weekly prices and a link to set custom monthly prices. Using these tools, you can set long-term prices for specific periods of time. Set your rate for the appropriate week or month and save it by clicking Apply.
Custom weekly and monthly prices will override your normal nightly, weekly, and monthly prices, as well as custom nightly prices you’ve saved on your calendar.