Get 3X Delta Miles at Airbnb

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Right now you can earn 3X Delta miles on Airbnb for bookings and stays made before October 31, 2017. Also, if you’re new to Airbnb you can get $25 of your Airbnb stay and earn an additional 2,000 Delta miles.

You need to register and make your booking through Deltaairbnb.com for you to qualify for the miles. You also need to make sure that you have registered with Delta SkyMiles first, too, because you’ll need to enter your SkyMiles number in deltaairbnb.com to qualify. Also, the SkyMiles account holder must be the same as the Airbnb account holder in order to earn miles.

Additional miles offer

You can earn up to 2,000 Delta SkyMiles if it’s your first time using Airbnb and yo make a booking of at least $150 USD through deltaairbnb.com between now and October 31, 2017. The official terms state:

To earn 1,000 bonus miles, complete an Eligible First Stay with a minimum booking value of $150 USD (or foreign equivalent), excluding taxes and fees. If Eligible First Stay booking value is between $75 and $149.99 USD (or foreign equivalent) , excluding taxes and fees, then new users will receive 500 bonus miles. Any Eligible First Stay with a booking value below $75 will not be eligible for the New Airbnb User mileage offer.

Airbnb bookings made from August 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017 through deltaairbnb.com will be eligible to earn an additional 1,000 bonus miles if Eligible First Stay booking value is equal or higher than $150 USD (or foreign equivalent) , excluding taxes and fees.

$25 off coupon code

The $25 coupon code is valid for first time Airbnb users to use towards your first Eligible Booking. An “Eligible Booking” is a booking on Airbnb of $75 or more, exclusive of security deposits, taxes and government-imposed fees. To use the coupon code, you must have never previously made a booking on Airbnb.

New hosts

Qualifying Hosts may receive up to 25,000 bonus miles by earning Host Earnings.

Offer valid only for new Airbnb Hosts. New Airbnb Hosts must (a) create a New Listing; (b) click “List Your Space” after navigating from deltaairbnb.com to airbnb.com; (c) complete the Verified ID process; and (d) accept and complete reservation(s) in order to reach the following earn thresholds to receive up to 25,000 bonus miles.  A New Listing must be new and not previously activated or duplicated from another Airbnb listing, and it must be associated with a Host who has never hosted on Airbnb previously. Airbnb Host Offer expires October 31, 2017.

As a Qualifying Host, you can earn and receive:

  • 2,500 bonus miles when you earn $250 of Host Earnings
  • 7,500 additional bonus miles when you earn an additional $750 in Host Earnings (for a total of $1,000 in Host Earnings)
  • 15,000 additional bonus miles when you earn an additional $1,500 in Host Earnings (for a total of $2,500 in Host Earnings)

Stacking this offer

Many have discussed stacking this offer with other existing promotions or web portals. For example, you could purchase an Airbnb gift card through the MPX portal and then use that gift card on deltaairbnb.com to make your booking. That could potentially give you credit card points on the MPX purchase, United miles on the MPX purchase, and Delta miles from this promotion. I don’t know for sure that gift cards can be used on this promotion so proceed with some caution.

Final word

This is a solid promotion if you’re interested in Airbnb. Personally, I’m not into earning Delta SkyMiles but if you are then there are some great earning opportunities here, especially if you’re into stacking promotions.

H/T: Churning

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