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Dynamic Category Levels

Question asked by boomer on Apr 16, 2016
Latest reply on Apr 19, 2016 by tommo781

tegWhy is it that a property seems to hold the same Category level all year long, particularly those that are seasonal destinations.  I can see the Category being higher during high season similar to the room rates but why not adjust for the low season?  A good example is the Courtyard Hyannis on Cape Cod.  It is a Category 8.  It is about 20 miles from my home and my wife asked me to use points for a winter weekend getaway with the kids to use the indoor pool, etc. but I will usually just pay cash at about $100 a night rather than using 40,000 a night.