You can easily add additional services to an inquiry or booking request. Popular add-ons include furniture and equipment rental, catering, and additional staffing.
Market your additional services, along with the price of each item, in the About the Space section of your listing. Remember, all the items you list in the Amenities section should be priced into your base rate and already included in the booking, like Wifi and chairs. Learn more about how to price your space here.
Here’s how it works:
- When a guest sends an inquiry or request, click “Create Custom Offer”
- If no changes need to be made to the booking details, Select “Continue to Add-ons”
- Click “Add Item” to create an inventory item, enter the details, and select “Save Add-on.”
- Input how many items you’re providing for the guest under “Quantity.”
- Repeat this process for any additional items. The “Add-ons total” will update accordingly.
- Once you add all of your items, click “Continue to review booking”
- Write a note to the guest detailing the changes and click “Send Custom Offer”
When describing your add-on, choose a clear title and set the max quantity as the total inventory you have (e.g. “50” if you have 50 chairs on site). Every add-on will save automatically, so you only need to create it once.
Some services, such as the sale of alcohol or catering, may require proof of licensing from the host.
Important: Make sure to factor in the 15% Peerspace service fee when pricing your add-ons. Guests will be charged the standard processing fee.
What happens next:
- Your guest will be notified of the additional services
- They will have two days to accept or decline
- If they accept the offer, it becomes a confirmed booking
- If they decline or the offer expires, you can make another offer
You can add new items, edit, or withdraw your offer at any point (before the guest accepts) by clicking “Review offer details.”
Important: Guests expect access to the space and amenities highlighted in the content of your listings, including photographs. Add-ons are intended to allow you flexibility to sell premium amenity upgrades. They are not meant to be an itemized upcharging for basic amenities, like restrooms, heating, and air conditioning. Inconsistencies here may result in refundable guest cancellations or other penalties on a host’s account. Learn more about what hosts should and shouldn’t charge for here.