Free AirBNB Coupon Code: Huge $35 Savings For First-Time Renters on AirBNB.com

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Now YOU can travel the world while lodging in unique, luxurious and affordable accommodations with AirBNB.com!

Grab your FREE $35 dollar AirBNB coupon code right here:

http://www.airbnb.com/c/dalff

AirBNB is a website that makes finding a place to stay anywhere in the world both easy and enjoyable. They provide you with the ability to search online for all different types of places to stay on your travels, whether it’s just a room in someone’s home or an entire house that you rent for yourself.

Using AirBNB and this $35 discount code, you can can find places to stay close to home and all around the world, for periods of time ranging from just one tonight, to a week or even a month or more. AirBNB‘s website is super easy to use and allows you to simply enter the criteria you are looking for and wait for the results.

I’ve personally used AirBNB.com to rent apartments all around the world – in France, Ireland, Greece, Poland, Ukraine, Taiwan, Turkey, Peru, South Africa, the United States and more! I even rent out the condominium I own in Park City, Utah using the AirBNB rental platform.

Now it’s your turn! You don’t have to stay in boring old hotels, hostels and Bed & Breakfasts any longer. Now you can find a unique and memorable place to stay with the worldwide accommodations leader – Airbnb.com

How to claim your FREE $35 AirBNB Coupon

Saving $25 Dollars on your first rental with AirBNB.com is easy. All you have to do is…

  1. Click here to access my special AirBNB coupon code invite.
  2. You’ll see a picture of me (Darren Alff) on that page, inviting you to AirBNB.com. Just click the button on the page that says, “Sign up to claim your credit.” Remember: This $35 travel credit is only good for people who are new to AirBNB.com.
  3. You’ll then be prompted to sign up with AirBNB using either your email address or your Facebook account. Signing up is totally free and doesn’t cost you a single cent. After you’ve signed up, the $35 credit will be added to your account!
  4. Then all you’ve got to do after that is find and book the room, apartment or house you wish to stay in and you’re finished.

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AirBNB Coupon Code – Things You Should Know

In order to take advantage of this one-time only $35 travel discount with AirBNB.com, there are only three main rules you have to follow:

  1. You must be a first-time AirBNB user.
  2. You must sign up for AirBNB.com through this link.
  3. You must book a qualifying reservation with a total value of $75 dollars or more through the AirBNB.com platform.

Other than that, there’s nothing else you have to do in order to use this AirBNB coupon code.

Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy your travels with AirBNB.com!

Please note that if you do sign up for AirBNB.com through the link on this page and use your free $35 coupon code on an order of $75 USD or more, I will receive a small referral credit.

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2 Comments

  1. Nick

    October 8, 2014 at 5:10 am

    Dear Darren,

    Hope your adventures are going great.
    Having read through airbnb website, it seems like a great option to have and use. There’s no doubt that I will be using them one way or another some time in the future.
    Although it is for everyone’s safety, the only little part that I am a bit hesitant of is the verification process, which requires government documentation.
    In your opinion, without asking you to make recommendations, do you feel it’s safe to provide such documents online? It’s not something we are often asked for online, right?

    However, thank you for your overall information. Your posts and general information are always very helpful.

    Regards

    Nick

    • Bicycle Touring Pro

      October 8, 2014 at 9:44 am

      Hi Nick,

      I think the reason AirBNB asks for that information is so you don’t rent a property through their system and then steal all the furniture in the property and run away with it. When you validate who you are, there is a greater sense of security on the part of the renters who are basically letting strangers into their properties. So I think it’s a good idea and I had no problem showing my ID to AirBNB. It’s a highly trusted website used by hundreds of thousands of people all around the world.

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