Pay-per-booking listings give you the option to pay only for the bookings you receive instead of paying an upfront fee for an annual subscription. Choosing the listing model that is best for you depends largely on the number of bookings you intend to accept each year and your average rates. For shorter season and event-only properties, pay-per-booking is a great alternative to an annual subscription. 

With no upfront costs, the pay-per-booking listing model allows you to minimize risk for properties that do not rent as often. You have access to the same inquiry management, calendar, and reservation tools as a subscription listing. Enjoy the flexibility of only accepting bookings for the dates you wish to rent, and pay as you go. Pay-per-booking listings require a commission starting at 8% per booking.

To find out if the pay-per-booking model would be right for you, visit our list your property page to see the earning potential of your property.
 
If you are a property manager managing your listings with your software, pay-per-booking is a great option if you do not anticipate bookings totaling more than $10,000 per year per listing. You can also continue to manage your pay-per-booking reservations in your software as you would with any other e-commerce transaction.