AirBNB Promotion Codes: 20% Off First Booking or $50 off $75

airbnblogoUpdated. Airbnb rents out everything from private rooms to entire houses to ancient castles. Here’s a list of current promo codes. Use coupon code 20off for 20% off your first booking of at least $200 minimum. You must book by 11:59 pm Pacific on November 1, 2014. Selected fine print:

The 20% discount is valid only for guests who have never completed a booking on Airbnb. To receive the discount, you must book via the Airbnb platform with the discount code as provided in this email prior to booking. You must complete a booking (including host acceptance) using the code before 11:59 pm PDT (California time) on November 1, 2014. The discount applies to the base cost of your reservation up to a maximum value of USD$200 off your reservation (excluding cleaning, service fees or taxes). No minimum length ofstay required.

Alternatively, right now you can get $50 AirBnB credit towards your first reservation via my referral link. Your booking must cost at least $75 to redeem the credit. The standard amount is usually $25, so I’m not sure how long this will last. I confirmed the $50 credit via this example booking screenshot:

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If you haven’t seen it, also check out this guy: I Bought an Apartment Just to Rent Out on Airbnb. Share your own Airbnb experiences in the comments.

Comments

  1. Last summer, during an internship in Seattle, I stayed in an AirBnB private room for 3 months. It was around 200 per month more than a comparable room off Craigslist, but I was able to get a place without the typical craigslist hassle, I didn’t have to pay a security deposit, I was able to charge it directly to my credit card, and AirBnB has your back if an issue were to arise. The host also had reviews which made me feel even more secure. I felt it was totally worth it under my circumstances.

  2. My wife and I have used it almost exclusively for almost a dozen trips in the past two years around Europe. We’ve never had a problem with private rooms, always as advertised and great value. The only two hiccups we had were in renting the whole flat as it’s not always easy or convenient to get help if something’s wrong (no clean sheets/towels, broken bed).

  3. My friend got the email and it says that “Trip has to begin March 31″ . So I opened an account spent hours researching and communicating with hosts and come time to book with the code for a trip in April I get an error. Called support (on hold for 30 min) and it turns out the trip has to be between now & March 31. WTF- It didn’t read like that

  4. I have never used Airbnb, but the concept is intriguing. So far, I have been watching it. I would be worried about getting a place that was not as advertised, after I spent the money and made my way to the destination. But I do like the entrepreneurial aspect for the owners though.

  5. Used it once in London…what should I say the profile looks amazing but reality is a different story. I also wondered how they owner can get those positive reviews. It turned out they were all fake. The owner was upset that I put a “true review” and also gave me a negative review. Now I would rather to pay a little bit more for hotel and always check Tripadvisor.

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