Finding my payout information
You can always check the status of your payouts in your Transaction history.
Click the reservation code to display payout details. Pro tip: You can easily search your transactions by filtering by payout method, listing, or date.
Click Completed Payouts to review your payouts that Airbnb has released. Select each payout row to view transaction details, including reservations, adjustments, and cancellation fees.
The payout method you selected will determine how quickly you get your payout. Expand the payout section for an estimated ETA.
If you have multiple listings with reservations that start on the same day, payouts going to the same method will display in a single row and will be paid out together.
If you owe a guest money for a cancellation or reservation change, you can track it in your Transaction history. Learn more about what an adjustment on your Transaction history means.
Select Upcoming Payouts to review any upcoming payout dates. If you have a payout still pending, you can use the drop-down menu to change the payout method for that reservation.
Your gross earnings are the total amount you received for each reservation, before any service fees or taxes were deducted. You'll see this after you've been paid out for a given reservation.
Exporting to a spreadsheet
Click Download CSV to download a .csv file of any transactions. The CSV file can be opened by any standard spreadsheet program (like Microsoft Excel, Google Docs, or Apple Numbers). This spreadsheet includes additional information, like Host service fees or cleaning fee (if you charge one).
- How-to•HostCalculating your payoutThe payout you receive for a guest’s stay is your nightly rate plus your optional extra charges (like a cleaning fee), minus the Host servic…
- How-to•HostAdding a payout methodYou can add or change payout methods in your account settings.
- How-to•HostHow do I use PayPal to receive payouts?If PayPal appears as an option for your selected country, you'll be able to connect your existing PayPal account as a payout method.