Free $50 Off $200 Airbnb Coupon Code!

Unfortunately, the $50 Discount is no longer available BUT — you can still save $32 OFF Your First Airbnb Stay by clicking HERE.

AIRBNB 50 OFF COUPON

FREE $50 OFF AIRBNB COUPON CODE

Those of you who have been following along with me over the course of the last few years would know that I absolutely LOVE renting apartments through Airbnb and I’m always the first one to recommend these guys as Airbnb has truly changed my style of travel.

After spending years traveling from hotel to hotel, I stayed at my first Airbnb apartment and realized how much I enjoy staying in a place that feels like home. Even if I don’t make use of the kitchen or dining room, it’s still just so nice to not be stuck in a box of a hotel room with nothing but a bed and a mini-fridge. Trust me, once you go Airbnb you’ll never want to go back.

Okay, so here’s the deal…

Airbnb is back at it again with a special limited time offer of $50 off your booking of $200 or more (for new account signups only).

I don’t know about you but I think $50 off $200 is a pretty damn good deal. Hell, I’ll do whatever I can to save 25% off my accommodations these days.

How do I get the deal?

Note: This $50 off airbnb promo code is no longer valid. Fortunately, you’re still able to save $20 off by clicking HERE.

All you need to do to score this deal is to copy and paste this link into your browser:

https://goo.gl/aNbDgD

Now go ahead and click the red “Sign up to claim your credit” button to get started. Please note that this Airbnb coupon is only valid for new account signups. If you’ve already got an Airbnb account. No worries. Fortunately, there’s a couple ways around this which I will get into below.

What if I already have an Airbnb account?

If you’ve already signed up for Airbnb in the past this deal is not for you. Some people have tried signing up for new accounts with a new email address and have had success but this is against Airbnb’s Terms of Service. Airbnb only allows you to have one account per person. If you are traveling with a friend or family member who has yet to sign up for Airbnb, just have them sign up for a new account so that you can still take advantage of the discount.

How do I use my $50 Airbnb Travel Credit?

The best thing about this free $50 airbnb coupon is that it automatically applies to your first booking of $200 or more (or “Qualifying Reservation” See below). All you have to do is find your accommodations, hit Request to Book or Book Now and on the checkout page, you’ll see your $50 credit applied to the total.

What is a Qualifying Reservation?

In order to save $50 off your first booking, it must be considered a “qualifying reservation”. All that means is that your booking must have a total value (excluding fees and taxes) of at least $200.

Do Airbnb credits have an expiration date?

Yes, all Airbnb credits earned via coupons or referrals expire after one year.

Can I earn more than $50 in Airbnb credits?

Yes, actually, you can. I highly recommend you take advantage of Airbnb’s referral program as it can be a great way to score free travel credit that you can use on future trips.

Here’s how it works:

All you need to do to begin is to have an account (which you just signed up for using the link above).

Free Airbnb Travel Credits

Once you’re logged in, hover over your name and click on Invite Friends.

Free Airbnb Travel Credit

Now you have three options when it comes to earning Airbnb referral credits.

  1. You can send your friends an invite by entering their email addresses in the box on the left. If you choose to go this route, be sure to separate the email addresses with commas. (ex. me@yahoo.com, you@gmail.com)
  2. Option two is my preferred way to earn credits. I simply grab the link (highlighted in blue) and I share that link with my family and friends. Of course, sending the invite link to your friends who travel most would likely be beneficial.
  3. The last option is to share your invite link via Facebook.

Note: Remember that you will not receive a referral credit if the person you send it to already has an Airbnb account. Also, you will only receive your credit once the person has signed up for a new account and completed their first stay.

How much credit can I earn per referral?

You can earn $25 for everyone who signs up for a new account through your link and completes a stay of $75 or more (Their stay must be a total of $75+ excluding taxes and fees). If the user you invite signs up for an account and becomes an Airbnb host, you will earn $75. Not a bad deal if you ask me.

Can I redeem all of my travel credits at the same time?

At first I thought I would only be able to use $25 in credit each time I booked a reservation but fortunately, that’s not the case. Whatever amount of credit you have in your account is automatically applied to your next booking, whether you like it or not. Any unused credit stays put in your account until you use it all up or it expires after a year.

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Did you find this to be helpful? Are you a fan of Airbnb? Let me know in a comment below.

Note: I receive $25 airbnb travel credit for referring new users to Airbnb but only when they complete a stay of $75 or more. At the end of the day, you get $25 off your first stay and I get $25 for referring you to Airbnb — it’s a win-win for everyone!

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Ryan Gargiulo is a location independent blogger, digital influencer and world traveler with a serious passion for the sun, the sea and adventure. When he's not out wandering the world, you can likely find him instagrammin' from a paradisiacal location or hunched over my laptop, working away, somewhere along the coast of the Caribbean Sea.

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