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How do I use my transaction history?
You can check the status of your payouts and view detailed information on your earnings at any time from Account > Transaction History.
You can filter transactions by payout method, listing, and date. View details of your payouts by clicking on the reservation code.
Adjustments or any other fees are displayed separately, and decrease the amount paid out to your account accordingly. If you have multiple listings with reservations that begin on the same day, any payouts going to the same payout method will display as paid out together.
The Completed Transactions tab displays your payout when it is released by Airbnb and when it is processed by the banking system. We release payouts to hosts 24 hours after a guest checks in, but the time it takes to receive a payout after it’s released depends on the payout method you’ve selected.
When we release a payout to you, it appears as a line item with the type "Reservation." Once the payout is processed, a “Payout” line appears. Hovering over the question mark next to the date of a payout will tell you when you can expect to see the funds in your account. Read more about when you get paid.
The Future Transactions tab displays your upcoming scheduled payouts. Before a payout is released, it will display as a "Reservation" with the date "Pending". If the payout is still pending, you can change your payout method for a particular reservation using the drop-down menu.
For each reservation, the gross amount is the price agreed upon before Airbnb service fees and any taxes being collected on your behalf. The Gross Earnings tab displays the total amount you've earned, which includes the 3% host fees. Earnings will appear in this tab after the payout for that reservation has been released.
Exporting to a spreadsheet
You can click Export to CSV to download a .csv file of your transactions from any tab. The CSV file can be opened by any standard spreadsheet program (like Microsoft Excel, Google Docs, or Apple Numbers) to give you a display of the data. This spreadsheet includes additional information, including host service fees paid and cleaning fees (if you charge one).