The Automate page of each listing shows the overview our pricing for the next 18 months out. In this section, you will see the following pricing:

Observed Pricing - current pricing on channel/PMS

Wheelhouse Pricing - nightly rates that we sync for each date of your listing.

NOTE: Wheelhouse can only sync our pricing recommendations (nightly rates) to available dates of your channel or PMS. While we still generate our pricing recommendations on Wheelhouse Calendar, they won't be pushed to booked and blocked dates until these dates become available again. So you may see the Observed Pricing and Wheelhouse Pricing may not be the same for booked dates or blocked dates.

Available Date

In the example below, both Observed Pricing and Wheelhouse Pricing are the same at $257 because the November 1, 2022 is available:

Booked Date

On the other hand, November 3, 2022 shows the Observed Pricing is $394 while Wheelhouse Pricing is $411:

This is because November 3, 2022 was already booked at $394 which corresponds to the Observed Pricing or what the current pricing from the channel when it was booked which can be confirmed by clicking the "View history of price changes for this day" link on the right side panel of Wheelhouse Calendar:

The Wheelhouse Pricing of $411 is nighty rate that we currently generate for this date, though it won't be synced since the date is already booked:

Blocked Date

Similar to booked dates, the Observed Pricing and Wheelhouse Pricing may also show different rates for blocked dates. In the example below, Observed Pricing is $795 while Wheelhouse Pricing is $797 since April 2, 2023 is a blocked date:

The $795 which corresponds to the Observed Pricing or what the current pricing from the channel when it was blocked which can be confirmed by clicking the "View history of price changes for this day" link on the right side panel of Wheelhouse Calendar:

The Wheelhouse Pricing of $797 is the nightly rate that we generate for this date, though it won't be synced since the date is already blocked:

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