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Freesale

In the context of hotel management, "freesale" refers to a room inventory management strategy where rooms are made available for sale without any restrictions or limitations. It allows hotels to sell available rooms without any constraints, such as minimum stays or specific booking requirements. Essentially, it means that rooms are open for sale to any customer who wishes to book them, providing flexibility and maximizing revenue potential. Freesale is particularly useful during periods of high demand when hotels aim to maximize occupancy and revenue by offering all available inventory to potential guests.

What is the difference between Freesale and allocation?

Freesale allows for unrestricted booking of rooms, while allocation involves setting aside a specific number of rooms for a particular group or purpose.

How does Freesale impact hotel revenue management?

Freesale can help hotels maximize revenue by ensuring all available rooms are sold, especially during peak demand periods, whereas allocation may limit revenue potential by reserving rooms for specific purposes or groups.

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