How payouts work
- How-toFirst, set up your preferred payout method on your Airbnb profile. The day after you host an experience, Airbnb will release your payout for…
- How-toWe charge a service fee to help cover the costs of the products, services, and support we provide, including maintaining liability insurance…
- How-toAn adjustment is an amount of money a host owes as a result of a cancellation, reservation change, or violation of our Guest Refund Policy.
- How-toAfter you add a payout method, it takes some time for it to be verified. When it is, its status changes to Ready. Verification time depends …
- How-toYou can add or change payout methods in your account settings.
- How-toOnce a payout method that you've added is ready, you can split your payouts by property, percentage, or both using routing rules.
- How-toWhen you add more than one payout method, you can specify which one you want to be your default.
- How-toUsually in 7 business days or less, your payout method's status should update to “Ready” and you will be able to receive payouts.
- How-toAirbnb-friendly buildings and directly listed units have different rules.
- How-toIf PayPal appears as an option for your selected country, you'll be able to connect your existing PayPal account as a payout method.
- How-toIf Payoneer shows as an option for your selected country, you'll be able to connect your existing Payoneer card as a payout method.
- How-toIf Western Union shows as an option for your selected country, you'll be able to use it as a payout method.
- How-toAirbnb's bank will take care of processing international wires. Enter your local banking information in your payout preferences.
- How-toFor security purposes, we don’t allow prepaid debit cards as a payout method. Instead, you can use a checking or savings account.
Payout details and preferences
- How-toYou can check the status of your earnings and review detailed information on your earnings from your earnings dashboard.
- How-toThe currency you’re paid in is based on the country and method you selected when you first added your payout method. You can add other payou…
- How-toYou can cut down on transaction fees charged by your bank or financial service provider by setting a minimum payout amount.
- How-toIf a payout method available in the past is no longer supported, it’s usually because of changes to local laws or regulations for your count…