Hosts can offer a one-time price to guests to accommodate special requests. After a guest has sent the host a message or requested to book their space, the host can offer a custom price. This may include additional charges or a discounted price. When the guest accepts the offer, it becomes a confirmed booking.
Some examples of when a host may offer a custom price are for non-profit discounts, to accommodate for additional attendees, services or equipment, or seasonal demand (like around the holidays or a conference). All special rates must be outlined in the “About a Space” section of listings.
Here’s how it works:
- The host offers a custom price
- The guest has two days to review the offer
- If they accept, the booking is confirmed and the guest is charged in full
- If they decline or the offer expires, the host can make another offer
If a host is adding fees that are not outlined in the listing, please let us know.
Learn more about offering a custom price.