$50 Airbnb Signup Bonus Free Travel Credit


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I was spending sometime last night checking out Airbnb options in Hilton Head, SC for an upcoming family trip. I love Airbnb, they have so many options and some of the coolest places to stay! (Think castles and igloos.) If you haven’t signed up for Airbnb yet, hurry on over because they just increased their referral bonus to $50! It used to be $25, when you signed up through a referral link but, now you can get $50 in travel credit! Sign up here for the $50 travel credit.

If you haven’t joined AirBnB yet, you can sign up with my referral link and score $40 off your first AirBnB booking. Click here to join AirBnB.

What is Aibnb?

There are times on the road when you just can’t get a hotel room. Sporting events, conventions, parties can cause hotels to book up quickly. When this happens, I look to Airbnb to find a local place and sometimes for a fraction of the cost.

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$50 Airbnb Signup Bonus Free Travel Credit

Airbnb is an interesting newer way I found to find travel accommodations when hotels are not available either because of geographical locale or because hotels are sold out due to a large demand, like during a sporting event.

How Does Airbnb Work

Airbnb is the “Uber” of renting private residences. People can list their properties for rent, you can view them and rent them, often at a fraction of the cost and in a better location than some of the major chain hotels.

Whether an apartment for a night, a castle for a week, or a villa for a month, Airbnb connects people to unique travel experiences, at any price point, in more than 34,000 cities and 190+ countries. And with world-class customer service and a growing community of users, Airbnb is the easiest way for people to monetize their extra space and showcase it to an audience of millions.

I have had some luck finding good options on this site and going on now, they have a promotion where you can earn $50 instead of $25 when you book on a qualifying reservation of $200 or more. A Qualifying Reservation must have a total value (excluding any cleaning fees or taxes) of at least $200.

Airbnb Signup Bonus For $25 Free Travel Credit

Bottom Line

Airbnb is another great option for you to use to book travel. Signup and get a free $50 off your next stay with Airbnb! This increased sign up bonus of $50 may be only for a limited time, so hurry over! You can use your travel credit within one year.

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Comments

  1. Air B N B do fill a gap, but not everyone is aware that many of the places advertised on it could be booked direct, saving the client the Air B N B % commission, which I believe is 11%. Just be aware that quality standards vary greatly and there can be issues using it as some properties are not inspected annually for quality, licenced or insured……so do check out ALL potential properties. With a specialist/professional lodging establishment one has more protection if something goes wrong.

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