Up To 20K Elevate Points With New AirBNB Partnership

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Virgin America has announced a new partnership with AirBNB where you can earn 1,500 Elevate points on your first AirBNb stay and an additional 1 point per dollar on all completed AirBNb stays. Do you want to become an AirBNB host? Elevate members who sign up to become AirBnb hosts can earn an additional 20,000 Elevate points!

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.

Up To 20K Elevate Points With New AirBNB PartnershipUp To 20K Elevate Points With New AirBNB Partnership

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Terms and Conditions

Offers valid for bookings created via Virgin America/Airbnb booking page only. To qualify for these point offers, users must be previously enrolled in Elevate. Elevate members must provide their membership number on Virgin America’s Airbnb booking page in order to earn points for their stay or becoming a Host. New Airbnb users will receive a 1,500 points first time bonus after their first reservation is completed. Existing members are eligible to earn one point for every dollar spent on completed Airbnb reservations booked through Virgin America’s Airbnb booking page. Only one membership number can be provided for each reservation, and membership number must be entered every time you book to qualify for point earning. New Hosts receive 20,000 bonus points after their first host booking is completed. Bonus Points will be posted to the member’s account within 4-6 weeks after completed stays. All Airbnb Terms of Service apply. All Elevate ® Terms and Conditions apply. For Airbnb’s Privacy Policy click here.

Bottom Line

This new partnership is interesting between Virgin America and AirBNB. If you haven’t tried AirBNB yet, you can sign up via my link to receive $20 credit towards your first stay and you can read my review of my last AirBNB stay here and how it compared to Homeaway.

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About The Weekly Flyer

The Weekly Flyer writes about travel from a business traveler perspective. He travels the world every week accumulating points and miles along the way.

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