Tokeet offers a few types of rates you may use to manage your rental pricing. The first, and most common type, is the Standard Rate. A standard rate is a long-term, on-going rate that describes the price of your rental over a period of time. It's essentially like the rates you use now on Flipkey and Homeaway. The purpose of the standard rate is to allow you to specify your rates into the future and not have to change them.

In Tokeet, you setup your standard rate by giving it a start and end date and setting the nightly, weekly, or monthly price during that time period. You may also setup a maximum or minimum length of stay and guests. Your Tokeet rates are used when pushing updates to your connected channels, creating bookings and inquiries in Tokeet, and when an inquiry is submitted via your Tokeet website or inquiry widget.

You may create multiple standard rates. For example, you may decide to create a new rate for each month of the year, or more commonly for your distinct rental periods like high season or summer season. You may group your rates together using Rate Categories

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