Airbnb $50 Credit For 1st Business Trip


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It’s 4th of July weekend and I would venture to say that many of you are staying this weekend in an AirBnb rental. I was booking a trip yesterday on AirBnb, my go to for big family vacations and after I booked my stay request, I was prompted to enter my work email. If you add your work email, you can get a $50 credit after taking your first Airbnb business trip! Sounds pretty good to me! A $50 credit is definitely worth doing, so I’ll see how this works out. I wanted to let you know about this promotion in case you too have a work email address and want to take a business trip on Airbnb for a $50 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.

Airbnb $50 Credit For 1st Business Trip

Airbnb $50 Credit For 1st Business Trip

Airbnb $50 Credit For 1st Business Trip

  • Please enter a valid company email. Email addresses from public domains (gmail, yahoo, etc.) can’t be used on Airbnb for Business. Please use a company email address.

I also found this offer in my notifications section under messages. When I clicked on it it took me to the space to enter my work email address.

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Bottom Line

If you haven’t tried Airbnb yet, you can read more about my experiences here. If you want to sign up, you can get a $40 credit towards your first personal trip, AirBnb.

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