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I price my 3br condo in Aspen at $499/night (there is a music festival in town). Every 24 hours or so I get a booking at $143/night. I decline the booking. Change my calendar back to $499/night. Next day same thing happens.
I have called Airbnb support and they can’t find anything that is doing this.
I have to decline people on a daily basis. Anyone have any ideas as to what is causing this behavior?
First, I spoke with a rep. Then I requested a manager. He emailed me saying, “If you are still having problems (let us know).” So I emailed him back saying yes still having problems. Seems like they just want me to go away.
I may try deleting the entire listing and re-drafting it as new.
I had this problem and it turned out a trial I had with beyondpricing.com was still going. I was sure I had cancelled it. They were also sending me emails to an email I never check beseeching me to pay for the service I was getting even though the trial should have expired.
I am having same problem. We are always 100% full and we have not had a booking in weeks, our busiest time of year. When I log in prices are at 85+ when my normal rate is $50/night. I change them and save it. A day later back to high pricing. I cancelled my beyondpricing account. Will try the smart price off/on trick. Good advice everyone.