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Redeem your gift card

Once you redeem your Airbnb gift card, gift credit will be available to apply to your next reservation.
Currently redeemable only by individuals in the US with a US-based payment method.
Example gift card
Example gift card
Example gift card
Things to keep in mind
Covering the cost
You’ll need to have a US issued payment method on your account before redeeming a gift card. If your total differs from your gift credit, it will be used to pay the difference.
Never expires
Once redeemed, gift credit is available to book reservations now or later. With nearly 8 million places to stay and over 50k experiences, there are countless ways to explore.
Considerations
Gift credits can’t be used to pay for changes to existing reservations, and scheduled or upcoming payments of long term stays or payment plans.
Credit balance
Under the Payment methods section of your Account you'll find Airbnb gift credit with your current balance. Click Show details to review a list of gift cards applied to your account.

Frequently asked questions
To purchase Airbnb digital gift cards that can be sent via email or text, please visit our Airbnb gift cards program page. Airbnb gift cards can also be purchased at various retailers in stores throughout the United States. Currently, gift cards can only be purchased and redeemed by individuals in the United States with a payment method that was issued in the United States. To order gift cards in bulk, visit our corporate purchasing site. Bulk orders require a $1,000 USD purchase minimum.

Currently, gift cards can only be purchased and redeemed by individuals in the United States with a payment method that was issued in the United States. See gift card terms

You’ll need to have a payment method that was issued in the United States before you can redeem a gift card. If your total differs from your gift credit balance, it will be used to pay the difference.

You should treat Gift Cards like cash. Once we electronically transmit a digital Gift Card to the purchaser or designated recipient, or deliver a physical Gift Card to the carrier, whichever is applicable, the risk of loss and title for Gift Cards pass to the purchaser. We are not responsible if any Gift Card is lost, stolen, destroyed or used without your permission.

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