The **Per Booking Minimum** is the minimum number of people who must book a timeslot at once (ie, in one transaction).

The **Per Booking Maximum** is the maximum number of people who can book a timeslot at once (ie, in one transaction).

The **Per Outing Minimum** sets the rule for the number of people who must book in order for a timeslot to be confirmed.

The **Per Outing Maximum** is the maximum number of people who can book into one timeslot of a listing.

**Per Booking **

**Per Booking Minimum:** The minimum number of people who must book a timeslot at once (ie, in one transaction).**Examples**

- A chocolate factory tour sells tickets for minimum one guest at a time.

- A bike tour company rents out tandem bikes, so two people must reserve at a time.

**Per Booking Maximum:** The maximum number of people who can book a timeslot at once (ie, in one transaction).**Example**

- The chocolate factory tour accommodates up to 30 guests, but only a maximum of 20 people can book together in one transaction.

**Per Outing**

**Per Outing Maximum:** The maximum number of people who can book into one timeslot of a listing.**Example:**

- PopSpots can take a maximum of 15 people on any given timeslot of a Bob Dylan walking tour.

- Al's Boats rents out 100 two-person kayaks. The Per Outing Maximum is 100.

**Per Outing Minimum: **This sets the rule for the number of people who must book in order for a timeslot to be confirmed.

For detailed information on Per Outing Minimums and the customer experience, please see our article, Per Booking & Per Outing Minimums.**Example:**

- Al's Boats offers Speedboat Tours during the summer. His boat can fit up to 10 guests at a time, but he will only confirm the event if a minimum of 5 people book. He needs to know at least 5 days before a tour whether or not the minimum has been met.

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