Here is how to earn upto $65 / INR 4000 in Airbnb Credit (usable anywhere)

Airbnb has a great way to get new users started up, usually offering $15 / INR 1000 or equivalent in your currency to get you started for your first booking when you make a reservation above $74 / INR 5000 with Airbnb. If you haven’t ever used Airbnb, this might be a great time to sign up with them. image

Having said that, if you are up for marking your trip as Business Travel, Airbnb will give you a further $50 code for using on your next trip with Airbnb. Just add your business email address with Airbnb via your profile, and book a trip for Business (you will have to select Business Travel as the purpose of your visit). After your stay, you will receive a $50 coupon code for any Airbnb booking. You just need to make sure that the email address you submit is not a public domain email such as yahoo or gmail. This $50 credit is valid for new as well as existing users.


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About Ajay Awtaney

Ajay is a financial services pro, working to bring order to the chaos of the financial industry on an everyday basis! Beyond that, he dons the hat of India's favourite frequent traveller, trying to help people elevate their travel experience via tips and tricks they never knew before, or introduce them to the world of miles and points. Armed with an MBA from MDI Gurgaon and graduate degree in computer science from the University of Delhi, Ajay brings a systematic and objective approach on the table for his audience in dissecting travel and loyalty programs in India and around the world, and how to benefit from them. Ajay has been quoted in various reputed traditional and online media including The Hindustan Times, Inside Flyer, Bloomberg, DNA India, Conde Nast Traveller, The Telegraph, Mumbai Mirror, Mint, MoneyLife and The USA Today.

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