Okay, maybe this is nothing but I’ve set a price of 300SEK for renting my room out, however it says when you search for my town that I charge 303 SEK which just looks dumb, does anyone know why this is? It is low season etc.
Hello, have you set a fixed price or a price range - like 200-400SEK? If it’s a range, smart pricing will fluctuate within that. In that scenario it might be low season but there’s an extra 1% added to the price as Airbnb thinks it is justified. You can narrow or remove the range if you like.
The strange thing is that even though I changed the price ranged and got it “fixed”, when I search for my city the “old” price still shows.
Try using incognito browsing or another browser if you haven’t tried that already. A price change should be instant if you’ve saved it.
Nope, cleared my cache history and made sure all the changes were saved (even lowered my price a bit more) but still it is the same 302 (not 303 as I previously posted). It just really nags me that the pricing looks so off to me.
When I look it’s 299kr
Phew, then it works for others at least (and that’s all that matters). Thanks!
I see it if I enter my listing, but not when I search for “Tibro Sweden”. Then I still see 302kr. Strange…?
I see variations as the fluctuations in the exchange rate
Even more perplexing is that if i search my listing using the mobile app, it always shows up an extra dollar more expensive .