You can add various date ranges or price periods in you pricing catalogs. This gives you the option of adding seasonal e.g. having the prices of your tours higher during the summer than during the winter.
To add date ranges to configure prices, select “Products” from the top bar and “Pricing” from the drop down list.
To add a date range, select “Add date range”.
After selecting “Add date range” a calendar appears where the start date of the date range/season is selected.
Select the first date the new prices should be valid from. E.g. if you select 1st of January, the first date the new prices are available on is 1st of January. Note: you never have to add the end date of any date range, the end date is added automatically when the start date is created.
These prices are valid until the next date is added.
When you save the new date range, the new date range appears automatically in the date field above the boxes where you add the prices. The question mark means that these prices are valid until new date range is added.
Now you simply have to add the prices, save and publish your price catalogue.
Overlapping date ranges for different products
If there are different products with overlapping date ranges, it is possible to add a new sheet and create overlapping date ranges. E.g. all of you tours should get a new price on the 1st. of June, except for one. This one tour you can move to a different sheet and change the prices on that on e.g. the 15th. of May.
To create a new sheet select the plus sign appearing by the tabs above the pricing catalogue
Then a new sheet called “Sheet X” appears.
To change the name of the sheet – select the sheet to enter it and on the right side of the screen an option to change the name appears.
The products that have different date range have to be moved to the new sheet. To move the products go back to the default list, by choosing “default”. In the default list choose the arrow by the product that is supposed to be moved. When the arrow is chosen the new “Sheet” appears in a list choose the sheet and the product moves to that sheet.
When you have created the new sheet you can crate new date ranges on it, just as you did on the default sheet.
Each time a price has been changed, new date ranges added, or any change done to the price catalog. The catalog has to be saved and published. The catalog can be saved by choosing “Save prices” at the top and the bottom of the page. The catalog is published by choosing “Publish catalog” in the top right corner. Until the products have been published with new prices / date ranges they do not update on the distribution channels.