The OfficeRnD Team

Booking Pricing Logic Update

AUTHOR: The OfficeRnD Team

Based on constructive feedback we've received from operators, we just launched a small update to enhance the pricing calculation logic for bookings that cover both business and non-business hours.

The change is explained below with examples:

New Logic

The new logic will calculate the total booking price by multiplying the number of business hours and non-business hours by their respective hourly rates.

Example: With the new method, a 4-hour booking will cost 2 business hours x $50/hour (100) + 2 non-business hours x $20/hour (40), making the total price $140.

Old Logic

The old logic calculated the price of a booking spanning both business and non-business hours by taking the lowest hourly rate of the two and multiplying it by the total number of booked hours.

Example: With the old method, the same 4-hour booking with 2 business hours at $50/hour and 2 non-business hours at $20/hour resulted in a total cost of $80.

Let us know if you have any questions

This calculation change will provide more accurate bookings prices at your space going forward. We recommend reviewing your Resource Rates, especially if you have rates with different prices for business and non-business hours.

If you have any questions or your need further assistance you can always reach out to our support team at

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