Price Coverage report

The Price Coverage report helps you understand how your price feed is configured, how it is performing, and lets you make changes to key feed settings.

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Itineraries allowed

  • Level of access
    See the percent of overall itineraries to which you’ve allowed Google access, and the formula we used to arrive at that figure. The numerator is comprised of the boundaries you’ve set in your query control file, and the denominator is the full itinerary space Google can serve its users. Note: Property counts exclude disabled and unmatched properties. If you have many property groups, we’ll only show the largest for the numerator. 
  • Query control
    We encourage you to set the largest possible query control that your service can fulfill. Based on your bandwidth settings, Google caches the most popular itineraries and serves the rest of your itineraries via live query.
  • Estimated booking value
    How much your booking value may increase with expanded query control.

Price fetch settings

Price feed settings
Adjust your target queries per second (Target QPS) value, the maximum number of simultaneous connections (Max Connections), and the maximum number of hotels per request (Hotel Batch Size). Note: "Max Connections" and "Hotel Batch Size" settings can be found by clicking on Advanced Settings.


Pull performance
In this section you can see how well cached price fetching and live query are working. The “Detailed Live Query Performance Info” menu can be expanded.


If the value of your pull performance is anything other than ‘Excellent,’ please check with your engineering team and your technical account manager to see what might be done to improve performance.

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