The price per derived person mode allows you to manage people and reduced prices even if only the resource price is received from the channel manager.
In order to correctly configure this calculation mode:

  • 1) Indicate the tariff categories associated with the resource
  • 2) Set the calculation mode to “Person (derived)”
  • 3) Set the “resource prices include” field to “number of people”
  • 4) Set the number of people included in the resource price received by the channel manager (ex: 120 price for three people => value: 3)
  • 5) Set how many people will pay full price (derived from previous settings)
  • 6-7) Set the age ranges for each seat with their respective range value (beyond full price payers)

In the example below, the resource has a value of € 150 for 3 people from 09/04/2021 to 02/10/2021
Cost of single person => 150/3 = 50 €
Up to second place, each person costs as a whole ( 50×2 = 100 €)
In third place, the adult costs -10% compared to the full price (50 € -10% = 45 €)
In third place, the reduced 2-6 costs -60% compared to the full price (50 € -60% = 20 €)

Verification for 3 adults:

Verification for 2 adults + 1 child 5 years:

The same configuration can also be used for rooms for 4 people or more. If, on the other hand, your price list provides different values ​​for third and fourth place on families (eg: -10% third adult and -20% fourth adult), you will need to use the offers.
Compared to the previous configuration, it will be necessary to set the whole payer number to 0 (point 5) and set 100% as a value for all age groups (point 7).
Then create the offers as follows:

Third place (click to open)

In the example, the room used will be called “Family room”

  • 1-2) Create blocks of rules with seat = 3, resource = “Family room”, age range and discount value
  • 3) Apply the discount only to “People”
  • 4) Set the rule control to “continue further rule processing”
  • 5) Set the visible item to “No”: this is very important because by default it is set to yes and, if it remains active, the online price will be shown crossed out as a true discount
Fourth place (click to open)

In the example, the room used will be called “Family room”

  • 1-2) Create blocks of rules with seat = 4, resource = “Family room”, age range and discount value
  • 3) Apply the discount only to “People”
  • 4) Set the rule control to “continue further rule processing”
  • 5) Set the visible item to “No”: this is very important because by default it is set to yes and, if it remains active, the online price will be shown crossed out as a true discount