Airbnb 20% Back On Gift Cards Up To $50! (Targeted)

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Here is a very interesting offer that I was targeted for from AirBnb. If you don’t already know, I really like using AirBnb for some of our family vacations when we require a larger space then a hotel can provide. Check your email to see if you were also targeted for this offer where when you give an Airbnb gift card to your friends, you earn 20% back in travel credit for yourself, up to $50! This is a no brainer if you have some reservations to book. Consider sending your gift card to your significant other or travel partner to earn the 20% back in travel credit for up to $50 bonus for yourself! This promotion is valid through 11/1/2016 (11:59:59 PM EST).

Airbnb 20% Back On Gift Cards Up To $50! (Targeted)

Airbnb 20% Back On Gift Cards Up To $50! (Targeted)


Gift Card 20% Back Promotion Terms and Conditions

Qualifying participants in this offer will receive a travel credit coupon (the “Travel Coupon”) to their AirBnb account equal to 20% of Qualifying Gift Card Purchases, up to $50. Offer valid only for Airbnb gift card purchases on between 10/19/2016 (12:00:00 AM EST) and 11/1/2016 (11:59:59 PM EST) (a “Qualifying Gift Card Purchases”).

To qualify, you must (a) receive an email from AirBnb regarding this offer; and (b) make one or more Qualifying Gift Card Purchases. If you qualify for the Travel Coupon, the Travel Coupon in the amount of 20% of all of your Qualifying Gift Card Purchases, up to a maximum amount of $50, will be applied to your Airbnb account no later than 11/15/2016. The Travel Coupon is not exchangeable or redeemable for cash and may not be combined with any other Airbnb coupon or discount code. The Travel Coupon is for one-time use only and does not carry over if only partially used. All gift card purchases are subject to the Airbnb Gift Card Terms. Determinations of eligibility for this offer will be made in Airbnb’s sole discretion. Airbnb reserves the right to any remedy, including denial or cancellation of the Travel Coupon or cancellation of your account or reservations, if fraud, tampering, violations of Airbnb’s Terms of Service or technical errors are suspected. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion.

Bottom Line

If you haven’t tried AirBnb yet, you can sign up via my referral link and also get $35 in travel credit on your first trip! I highly recommend AirBnb and will definitely be taking part in this promotion! How about you; were you targeted for this one? Be sure to check the email associated with your Airbnb account!

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  1. I was targeted for this offer and tried to send the gift card to myself using the email registered for my Airbnb account but Aribnb denied that option. So, I wonder if this will work if I send the gift card to another email address I have that is not registered with Airbnb. Then I could receive a $250 gift card and the $50 bonus and not have to worry about sending one of my friends the $250 gift card. Any thoughts on this option?

  2. I bought a $250 gift card and sent it to one of my non-airbnb email addresses. When I tried to redeem the gift card, it states that the purchaser cannot also redeem the gift card. Since they are held to California gift card laws, how are they able to limit gift card redemptions to a specific person? I now have a $250 gift card that I cannot use. I can send it to my travel partner as we have a big trip coming up but then I cannot use my excellent profile and reviews for booking the trip. My partner would be starting a profile from scratch and we may not be accepted at the places that we want to stay. Their terms and conditions state absolutely nothing about this restriction. I’ll be calling them here in a bit to demand they credit my account or refund the gift card (it automatically gets refunded if not claimed in 90 days, but I don’t want to wait that long. Because the $250 was covered by my Sapphire Reserve travel credit. In 90 days, the refund will go through and I will have lost out on using that travel credit for 2016.)

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