difficulty setting up teriffs

11 months 4 days ago #47105 by Corne
I have been trying to figure this out for 2 days now.

I have a property that have 3 bedrooms but the rooms are not rented out, the property in its whole is rented out per person per night, it can take 7 people.

there are 3 guest types, adults, children under 13 and children 13 to 18

the children under 13 pay 150 per night
the children 13 to 18 pay 500 per night

Adults woks as follows:

a single adult pay 1000 per night
2 adults sharing pay 500 each ( together they pay 1000 per night )
if it is 2 adults it is 1000 and the third adult pay 135 extra ( 1135 for 3 people per night )
if it is 2 adults it is 1000 and the the third pay 135 extra and the fourth pay 130 extra ( 1265 for the 4 people per night )

and so on

to book the property with full occupancy it is 1500 for 7 people

Please explain to me how do I set this up correctly

thank you

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11 months 1 day ago #47106 by Corne
Replied by Corne on topic difficulty setting up teriffs
for days now I have been trying to get this right. but whatever I do the calculations for child guest types or other guest types does not respect the setting.

I have set up guest type children under 13 and set the variance to calculate + 150 ( not percentage ), just a basic calculation, but it does its own thing and sometimes does not want to add a 1rst child.

really need some help with this.

thank you

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