If you are looking to enable overnight rentals for a specific price, you must first enable autosave, as conditional pricing requires autosave leads to be turned on. To do so, go to Settings -> General Preferences -> scroll down and select Autosave Leads:
Once you have turned this on, save and close.
Conditional pricing is based on Filters. Settings -> Filters.
To create a filter for an overnight rental, you'll first have to Add Filter. Enter Filter Name -> Filter Type is Pricing. Field Name is Lead Number Of Nights (which is the number of times midnights is crossed) -> equals -> value 1 -> Add
Here is an example of what an overnight pricing filter would look like:
Save and close this filter.
Applying the filter to your items
To add the overnight filter, go to Settings -> Inventory, select the inventory item in which you would like to add the overnight filter to -> Pricing (If not already automatically pulled up, select the Show Conditional Pricing option). Once in conditional pricing. Behavior is Add to Base Price. Filter is Overnight. Price Name is an amount you want to charge additionally for overnight rentals.
In the example provided below, we chose $75, which is in addition to the price of the rental item and any fees associated to that item, as this is for an overnight charge.
Once this filter has been set to the inventory item, save and close.
You will have to do this for each inventory item you have that is using overnight pricing.
To verify this filter is working, you can go to Leads/Events, add lead time and date (for overnight rental, price after 24 hours) and the price should auto-calculate the new price.
If the software auto-calculates the price, you may change or ignore this change.
Changing this will cause the overnight filter to go into effect.
If you ignore this change, you will not be charging an overnight filter to the customer.