Delta Air Lines

Earn Delta Skymiles with AirBnB stays

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Delta may not be my favorite miles currency, but all things being equal, I’ll take earning Skymiles over earning nothing.

AirBnB has just partnered with Delta so that you’ll earn 1 mile per dollar (excluding tax/fees) that you spend on AirBnB. If you are already using AirBnB quite a bit, this could add up quickly.

You need to book the stay using the special Delta / AirBnB link where you’ll enter your SkyMiles number before booking.

If it’s your first AIrBnB stay, you’ll also get $25 off and 1,000 bonus miles.

And if you want to start hosting, AirBnB will bonus you up to 25,000 Skymiles based on the following Host Earning tiers:

  • Earn 2,500 bonus miles when you reach your first $250* in qualifying Host Earnings
  • Earn an additional 7,500 bonus miles when you reach a cumulative $1,000* in qualifying Host Earnings
  • Earn an additional 15,000 bonus miles when you reach a cumulative $2,500* in qualifying Host Earnings