Add Rate Discounts to Meeting Room Bookings

Introduction

OfficeRnD lets you create discounts to enable your members to book meeting rooms (and other bookable resources) at a different rate from non-members. For example, if a room for non-members costs $15/hour, you can create a $5 discount for all members with a specific membership plan.

What You'll Need

Discount Resource Bookings

To create a new discount and apply it to all members on a specific plan, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to Billing & Products/Discounts.
  2. Click Add Discount and choose to add a Resource Rate Discount.
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  3. Give the discount a unique name in the Code field.
  4. Select the rates (Hour, Day) that the discount will be applicable for.
  5. Define the discount amount by setting a Percent Off or Amount Off value.
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  6. Navigate to Billing & Products/Plans and open the plan that should provide a discount for the bookings.
  7. Select the Billing tab and choose the newly created discount from the Discounts drop-down menu.
  8. When you're finished, click Update.

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As a result, all members whose memberships are based on the updated plan will get the discount automatically applied when they book the meeting rooms (or any bookable resource) that's controlled by the discounted rate.

Important

  • Discounts take precedence over coins. In other words, if you give someone a discount and they use coins, the coins will be deducted according to the discount.
  • When hourly credits are involved, the system deducts them on an hourly basis. 1 credit = 1 hour, regardless of the resource rate. If you want to configure an hourly discount for the weekend, you need to have an hour weekend rate configured, on the resource rate. If this is not the case the system will take the normal hourly rate configured on the resource rate.
  • When Resource rate discounts are adjusted, added, or removed from Billing Plans, they do apply retrospectively to existing memberships. Credits, however, do not.

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