Below is a detailed overview of the rates feature in Tokeet. This article goes over the rates features and describe how they work. It is meant to complement the other rate articles that describe creating rates for specific channels like Booking.com.

Finding your rental rates

  1. Click on the Rentals button in the upper right corner of any page in Tokeet. This will bring up your list of Rentals.

  1. Click on a rental from the list of Rentals to go into its settings and update its rates. At this point you will see the details for this rental.

  1. On the lower left sidebar navigation click on “Rates & Payments” link. This will take you to the Rates section of your rental and allow you to make changes.



Adding a base rate



On the Rates page you will see two types of rates, periodic rates and base rate. The base rate is a rate which is applied if there are no matching periodic rates. The base rate is used across all rate categories of the periodic rates. It is is always superseded by a matching periodic rate for any booking period. The first step that we recommend is to create a base rate. To do this simply click on “Add base rate” link to add a base rate.

  • Rate Name: a way to identify this rate (required).
  • Minimum Stay: when a guest books this rental what is the minimum amount of days they are allowed to book for (required).
  • Maximum Stay: What is the maximum amount of days that this rental can be booked for (optional).
  • Nightly : nightly rate.
  • Weekend Night: the Saturday rate and the Sunday rate (optional).
  • Weekly: the rate that is applied if guest stays Monday through Sunday (optional).
  • Monthly: the rate that is applied when a guest stays for an entire month (optional).
  • Additional Guest Fee: charge xx amount for guest over guest count.
  • Guest count: number of guests allowed for this rental.


Please be aware that not every channel supports this structure. So for example not every channel has a “weekend rate”, in this case Tokeet will send the nightly rate.


Adding a periodic rate


A periodic rate is a rate which will be applied for a specified period. For example, you can define a rate for your Peak season and another for your Summer and so forth. After adding a base rate click on the green “Add Rate” button to add a periodic rate for a specific time period.

  • Rate Name: a way to identify this rate (required).
  • You can also specify a rate category, this is a means of grouping rates together. This will allow me to define a category called “Airbnb” for rates that only apply to Airbnb. I could then define a rate category for Expedia and another for Booking.com and so forth
  • Minimum Stay: when a guest books this rental what is the minimum amount of days they are allowed to book for (optional).
  • Maximum Stay: What is the maximum amount of days that this rental can be booked for (optional).
  • Nightly : nightly rate.
  • Weekend Night: the Saturday rate and the Sunday rate (optional).
  • Weekly: the rate that is applied if guest stays Monday through Sunday (optional).
  • Monthly: the rate that is applied when a guest stays for an entire month (optional).
  • Additional Guest Fee: charge xx amount for guest over guest count.
  • Guest count: number of guests allowed for this rental.



Copying rates between rentals



You can copy rates from one rental to another by clicking the down arrow next to the green “Add Rate” and then clicking “Copy Rates”. A popup window will appear where you can select the rental from which you would like to copy.





If you have any questions about rates please let us know. We're always happy to help.

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