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Pricing based on Sleeping accommodations

Lyndajoy
Day-tripper

I am new and could really use some input. My 31' class A sleeps only 4 people. Just wondering if that's a deal breaker or if I should reflect that in the nightly rate. Do most renters want accommodations for more than 4? What has been your experience? 

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jim_hofer
Weekend warrior

Lyndajoy,

A quick scan of San Diego class A's showed prices ranging from $195/night for an 31-foot Itasca Sunstar to $320/night on a 2019 35-foot Thor A.C.E.  Both rigs are listed to sleep four.

Do some checking in your local market for similar rigs.  Note that RV's with reviews indicate that the Host has been successful renting out the RV.  Look for those kind of listings.  If you are in a state where campers and RV's need to be winterized, you may be looking at shoulder or off-season rates.  Bottom line, there are other Class A's in your region that sleep 4.  You simply have to price according to what your local market will bear price-wise.

See you out there, Camper Jim

Thank you, Jim. I couldn't find any comparables in my immediate region. I'll expand the search a bit. 

HearthFire_RV
Day-tripper III

don't forget to add recliners to as sleeping spaces. 

No recliners but that's a good thought.