Your commission split starts at 25%. This is 25% of the commission Booking.com receives for each booking.
This percentage split increases and decreases based on the number of stayed bookings you have secured in a given month (though it will never go any lower than 25%). ‘Stayed bookings’ are bookings that were checked-out and confirmed by the partner. Cancelled bookings, or those marked as ‘no-show’ will not be counted.
The commission split brackets are as follows:
As of January 1st, we will be changing the logic of which Commission is calculated for all partners.
The system will look at when a reservation is materialised (Confirmed as stayed by the accommodation two months after check-out) , commission will then be calculated for the reservation based on how many other reservations materialized in the same month.
The commission for each reservation that month will continue to be based on the following commission split brackets shown above.
So if you materialize between 1-50 reservations in the same month, the commission will be 25% and will increase based on the scale shown above.
The amount you will receive depends on not just the above, but also the commission that a particular property pays Booking.com. Properties can be on a 15%, 17% or 20% commission plan. So, for a reservation worth 100 EUR, the possible scenarios are:
- 15% commission plan
Booking.com will receive 15.00 EUR and you will earn 3.75, 4.50, 5.25, or 6.00 EUR, depending on the total amount of stayed reservations you've accumulated.
- 17% commission plan
Booking.com will receive 17 EUR and you will earn 4.25, 5.10, 5.95 or 6.80 EUR, depending on the total amount of stayed reservations you've accumulated.
- 20% commission plan
Booking.com will earn 20 EUR and you will earn 5, 6, 7 or 8 EUR, depending on the total amount of stayed reservations you've accumulated.
Once you reach a new bracket, you will need to wait two months to see the new commission applied. This is because properties do not confirm the reservations until one month after check-out.