What types of add-ons can I charge for?

By creating add-ons, you can easily market and sell additional services to guests directly through Peerspace. Popular add-ons include furniture and equipment rental, catering, and staffing.

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 that allow the guest to enjoy the space.

Remember, all items detailed in the Amenities section of your listing are considered included in the space rental (the base rate price). Additionally, you are expected to detail any required costs associated with booking your space in the About the Space section of your listing.

To understand what items are considered add-ons, we put together the following guide:

Item Add-on? Amenity? Notes
HVAC        xmark.jpg        checkmark.jpg Utilities, such as heating, air conditioning, and restrooms, are considered basic amenities. You are expected to provide these items at no additional cost. Learn more.
Basic Cleaning       xmark.jpg        checkmark.jpg Hosts are responsible for cleaning after each booking. If the fee varies or requires cleaning on consecutive days of a multi-day booking, detail this in your listing and use Custom Offer to adjust the subtotal or cleaning fee. Learn more.
Security Deposit       xmark.jpg         xmark.jpg If a security deposit is required to book the space, detail the amount and method of collection in your listing. Security deposits are processed outside of Peerspace and cannot be charged as an add-on. Learn more.
Site rep fee      checkmark.jpg         xmark.jpg Hosts can use the add-on feature to collect payment for any site-visits made prior to a booking; however, this should be communicated to guests upfront. Learn more.
Rental Equipment      checkmark.jpg         xmark.jpg Hosts can use the add-on feature to charge guests for use of rental equipment they may have on site, such as AV or furniture. These items should be advertised in the About the Space section of your listing.

For more examples of add-ons, as well as instructions on how to create them, see here.

It may be illegal for a host to offer some services, such as the sale of alcohol or catering, which they are not licensed to sell as part of a booking.

Important: Peerspace may prohibit continued use of the platform for hosts that are not in compliance with local laws, authorities, or landowners. Inconsistencies with the guidelines laid out here or in our Terms may result in refundable guest cancellations or other penalties.

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