Price Rounding Settings

What is an attractive rate to display?

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Written by Michael Sandèen
Updated over a week ago

Price Rounding is a setting which allows you to decide on how your rate recommendations will display. Depending on the currency you work with decimals or lower numbers might be less relevant, which is why we have provided 4 different options: 

  1. Dynamic: Rounds prices to three figures
    £1,578.57 becomes 1,580,00

  2. Round By Tens: All prices rounded in increments of 10
    £123.45 becomes £120.00

  3. Round Number: Rounds up all decimals
    £1,578.57 become 1,579,00

  4. First Decimal: Rounds up the first decimal
    £1,578.57 becomes 1,578,60

  5. None: No rounding
    £1,578.57 remains 1,578.57

How to Set Up Price Rounding

  1. In the Pricing Page, click on the settings icon next to any property, or navigate to the Configuration Center

  2. Go to Inventory Settings

  3. To the far right of the screen you will see the Price Rounding column.

  4. Update the Price Rounding settings by selecting your preferred option from the drop-down list.

  5. Once you are ready with the updates, don't forget to save your work. Click on the Save & Process Changes button.

You will then be prompted to re-sync all current rates. This will ensure that all of your changes are immediately implemented. As a best practice, we recommend to confirm this every time you make a change to your Inventory Setup.

In the Pricing Page, you also have the ability to show or hide decimals. This may be particularly helpful if your price rounding is set to Dynamic or Round by Tens and you have no need for the extra zeroes to be shown on the table.

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