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Airbnb and Delta announced their partnership in November 2016, where you could earn SkyMiles when booking stays through DeltaAirbnb.com. Delta has just announced a new promotion with Airbnb that allows you to earn 3 SkyMiles per dollar spent on your stay.
The offer is valid for bookings made by April 30, 2017, for stays through April 30, 2018. The promo is open to everyone, and there is a special offer if you become a new Airbnb host.
New Airbnb Guest
New Airbnb guests who signup can benefit from bonus miles as well as the 3 miles per dollar promotion.
- Your booking must originate from deltaairbnb.com
- First stay must be completed within 60 days of signing up
- You will receive a $25-dollar credit towards your first stay of at least $75
- Earn 500 miles for your first stay if it comes to at least $75
- Earn 2,000 miles for your first stay priced at $150 or more
- Earn 3 SkyMiles per dollar spent on qualifying stays
- Full terms and conditions
Existing Airbnb Guests
Existing Airbnb guests can earn 3 SkyMiles for every dollar spent on qualifying stays. Remember, the offer is only valid when you originate bookings from deltaairbnb.com.
Bonus Miles for Hosting
If you choose to join Airbnb as a host, you can earn up to 25,000 SkyMiles as a bonus; the bonus is tiered and depends on your cumulative host earnings with Airbnb.
- 2,500 bonus miles after earning $250 in qualifying Host Earnings
- 7,500 bonus miles after earning a cumulative $1,000 in qualifying Host Earnings
- 15,000 bonus miles after earning a cumulative $2,500 in qualifying Host Earnings
If you're looking to pick up some additional SkyMiles, this is a piece of cake. If Delta isn't your preference you can earn with Qantas as well — just remember you'll need to book from their landing pages and be sure to look at the terms and timelines of earning.
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