How to Earn Delta SkyMiles With Airbnb

Rachel SmithOctober 12, 2018
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Delta SkyMiles and Airbnb have partnered to help travelers earn more miles. You can earn SkyMiles as an Airbnb guest and as a host.

As a guest, there is no minimum spend required to earn. So even that super affordable lodging option will help you toward your next reward ticket.

Earn as a guest

  • Book your Airbnb on

  • Earn 1 SkyMile per $1 spent on qualifying Airbnb stays.

Earn as a host

There are a few tiers for hosts. This offer ends Nov. 30, so be sure to sign up soon if you are a qualifying new host. New hosts can earn up to 25,000 miles.

  • Earn 2,500 bonus miles when you reach $250 in qualifying host earnings.

  • Earn an additional 7,500 bonus miles when you reach $1,000 in qualifying host earnings.

  • Earn an additional 15,000 bonus miles when you reach $2,500 in host earnings.

How much are those miles worth? NerdWallet values Delta miles at 0.9 cent each.

Airbnb is a great way to save money when traveling or earn money as a side hustle. And now, earn Delta Air Lines SkyMiles.

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