AirBnb One Reason Not To Review Stays


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It’s no secret that I am a big AirBnb fan. I find that you can book great spots in many locals that can easily accommodate a larger group which becomes especially helpful when traveling with children. On a recent reservation I waited to post a review of my stay (I really just forgot.) When AirBnb emailed me offering a coupon good for $25 for my review if I completed it before a cut off date, I was intrigued. Of course I jumped on the chance for the $25 discount code and it got me thinking that this is one reason not to review AirBnb stays (at least not right away!) If you still haven’t tried AirBnb, what are you waiting for? You can score a $35 credit on your first stay when you sign up via my link, AirBnb.

AirBnb One Reason Not To Review Stays

About AirBnb

Founded in August of 2008 and based in San Francisco, California, Airbnb is a trusted community marketplace for people to list, discover, and book unique accommodations around the world — online or from a mobile phone or tablet.

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 191 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.

The Deal

I didn’t review my stay right away and received the following offer for a coupon good for $25 off my next trip of $75 if I completed my review within the next week. Of course that was just the motivation that I needed!

AirBnb One Reason Not To Review Stays

*Offer valid only for original recipients of this email. Leave a review for the property listed above by November 27, 2016 and we’ll send you a coupon good for $25 off your next trip of $75 or more. Offer will be fulfilled by December 18, 2016.

Bottom Line

If you haven’t tried AirBnb, I highly recommend it. You an score a $35 credit on your first stay when you sign up via my link, AirBnb. Next time you stay with AirBnb, try this trick and wait about a week to leave your review and see if you can get a $25 coupon code just for reviewing towards your next stay! Have you received this offer before?
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Comments

  1. I have stayed at 21 airbnb’s this year across France, Italy, UK, Scotland and Ireland. Always had a good experience – except I despise the tricky 3% fee (almost hidden) that airbnb tacks on top of their service fee. Just an awful customer experience in my opinion and going down the road of all the airline fees.

    Your thoughts?

  2. Thanks Eric….We have used VRBO and Homeaway but the selection is not as great as Airbnb. I just hate the way Airbnb uses the 3% on top of their Service Fee. Thanks, Jeff

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