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Modified on Fri, 21 Jul 2023 at 11:43 AM
Follow the steps below to add or update Scan To Pay or On Demand transient pricings.
Log in to the ParkWhiz Seller Console
Identify and click the location in ParkWhiz Seller Console where you want to add/update the On Demand transient pricing.
Go to Pricings
Click On Demand
Under Transient, click + add new pricings
Any text is allowed. The most common conventions for pricing names are:
Name it according to the pricing’s use (example: Hourly Rates, Evening rate, etc)
Use a pricing name that describes the Days/Times the rates are available (Weekday Evening, etc)
This is the time parameters or validity of the rate.
The system reads 12:00am as 00:00 or the first minute of the Day
What the +Days setting does is add 1 calendar date change to the start time
The way to read this is, from Sun 00:00 to Mon 00:00 (Sunday start of day to Monday start of Day)
Since the calendar date changes at midnight, setting “Days” to zero results in an error
Here is another example:
Monday, from 5am to 5pm that same day
Hours — The maximum number of hours that customers can park for the rate they booked.
$ — This is the ParkWhiz Seller Console price for the number of parking hours booked
The overnight checkbox has a specific function: it is to allow the rates to jump over and stack over the period of time that is not included in the valid times.
Requires that the arrival time be on or after the time entered.
Requires that the arrival time be on or before the time entered.
Requires that the departure time be on or after the time entered.
Requires that the departure time be on or before the time entered.
Value must be equal or less than parking duration.
Only whole numbers accepted
Value must be equal or more than parking duration.
This is where to apply blackouts if you don’t want the pricing to be available for specific dates.
Manually set according to known properties of the facility.
“Accepts Smartphone Mobile Parking Passes” is identified as a critical setting because this affects availability on ParkWhiz apps
This indicates that there is an EV charger at the location.
The icon does not promise that the charging is "included" with any given purchase or rate, so it can be enabled even when there is a fee for EV charging.
If there is a fee for EV charging, it must either be stated in the location description or disclaimer or set up as an Optional Add-on.
This amenity allows customers to park, depart and re-enter as many times as needed for as long as their pass is valid. Unless this is enabled, customers cannot come and go as they please -- one pass for one entry and exit. This is not enabled often for many locations. Please note that some customers unfamiliar with city parking may misunderstand and think this is the norm.
NOTE: If in/out is allowed on a transient pricing, include this in the pricing name: in/out allowed
Under Sales Options, enable your preferred settings:
Note: You may skip this section if you want the On Demand transient pricing to be available for all customers.
Once transient pricings is added, it will reflect on your location’s On Demand Transient Pricings list.
IMPORTANT: The Default Always Available is optional ONLY if your location has a default rate that is available 24/7.
Click the pricing that needs to be edited.
Update the relevant fields
Click Save Changes.
Two ways to do this:
Pause pricing - pricing will be retained in the pricing list, but will be grayed out
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