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Can I split my payouts between different payout methods?

You have the option to choose where you receive the money you earn. To split your payouts between one or more payout methods, you can set up routing rules. Payouts and adjustments for earnings related to your listing, like pass through taxes and resolutions, will follow routing rules.

For example:

  • You can send all of your earnings for a listing to one payout method, and the earnings for a second listing to a different payout method
  • You can split up your earnings by percentage, meaning you’d send a specified portion (ex: 20% and 80%) to 2 different payout methods (ex: 2 different bank accounts)

Note: If you have a Co-Host and want to share a percentage or fixed amount of your payout for each booking with them, you can do this by setting up Co-Host payouts.

How to set up split payouts

You’ll be able to set up routing rules as soon as the payout method(s) you’ve added are able to receive money from us (status changes to Ready).

Please note that setting up split payouts isn't available in the Airbnb app, so you'll need to visit the site from an internet browser to access these settings.

  1. Go to Account > Payments & Payouts > Payouts
  2. Under Want to split your payouts?, click or tap Add routing rule and choose where to send your money 

Upcoming payouts

When you add a new payout routing rule, it won't retroactively apply to already confirmed reservations. It will apply to payouts that are released after the rule is added.

You can always view the details of upcoming payouts in your earnings dashboard. If your payout for a particular reservation is Pending, you can change the payout method by using the drop-down menu.

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