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hey, if you guys are looking for airfare deals to use your airbnb's on, they're all here now.

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And forego the protection of booking through AirBnB and my credit card? Not a chance. Their customer service has helped me get out of a few situations before, it's worth the extra fee.
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This is not good advice at all. I'm also a property manager and experienced airbnb host that has hosted 1000+ guests. There's a strong reason that services like AirBnB exist - to offer legal protection. I can assure you from my experience as a veteran guest and host, that it would be a large waste of time doing all this research to hopefully reach hosts that would even entertain responding to you off the platform. From a host's perspective, the main reason you wouldn't even reply or consider this is safety with collection of ID and verification, securing payment in a timely manner that won't risk vacancy, and support in the event of a crazy guest. A contract for the type of stay reflected by an AirBnB transaction is much stronger when presented to police, than email/text communications if you need emergency help at all. Liability is much higher when acting on your own for both ends, and unless you have a contract ready for guests to sign, most hosts wouldn't even consider temporary stays without those protections, similar to long term stays.
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As a property manager (and lover of SD's) I would be remiss if I did not post that the "slickest" deal will be if you locate the property directly and avoid booking fees (for reference between you and the host the average booking fee on ABB is 13.28%!!!) so saving 8% to net 5% is not a great deal. The same fees are also true of Flipkey, Booking and VRBO/Homeaway. It is not that difficult to locate the property on a direct booking site. Takes a little leg work (sometimes it is as simple as searching for the host on FB or G+) but you can usually track down direct contact info with a simple web search. My $0.02!
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Thanks! Easy way to save $24 on my next airbnb booking.
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Thanks! Easy way to save $24 on my next airbnb booking.
So, no limit?
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From past experience (with Airbnb, not this particular offer)... inquire if your host owns the property they are offering. Had a day-of cancellation due to "circumstances beyond her control" (her landlord decided to stop allowing airbnb rentals). Had to book a hotel at much additional expense.
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Be careful with Hosts placing hidden cameras over the beds...................de-bug your room before you guys turn into horn dogs.
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Be careful with Hosts placing hidden cameras over the beds...................de-bug your room before you guys turn into horn dogs.
Do you check your kids candy for razor blades too?
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From past experience (with Airbnb, not this particular offer)... inquire if your host owns the property they are offering. Had a day-of cancellation due to "circumstances beyond her control" (her landlord decided to stop allowing airbnb rentals). Had to book a hotel at much additional expense.
Airbnb has excellent customer service. They'll help you out in this situation, had a similar issue.
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Reading this as I sit in an air BNB home now for a week. Dang it.
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airbnb isn't the problem on this one, imo. its the spending $300 on PPDG but not having anything planned in the near term.
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Tried to purchase these for over a goddamn hour but when I try to pay via Paypal it fails.

Tried changing addresses, changing default Payment methods, etc. Nothing worked.
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As a property manager (and lover of SD's) I would be remiss if I did not post that the "slickest" deal will be if you locate the property directly and avoid booking fees (for reference between you and the host the average booking fee on ABB is 13.28%!!!) so saving 8% to net 5% is not a great deal. The same fees are also true of Flipkey, Booking and VRBO/Homeaway. It is not that difficult to locate the property on a direct booking site. Takes a little leg work (sometimes it is as simple as searching for the host on FB or G+) but you can usually track down direct contact info with a simple web search. My $0.02!
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