Implement these Pricing tools
Discounts and promotions
Discounts and promotions let you offer lower prices under certain conditions without changing your regular nightly price. These tools support different situations, such as welcoming your first guests or hosting longer stays.
For over a decade, Airbnb has offered industry-leading damage protection for our Hosts. Today, we’re adding these protections to AirCover for Hosts:
The new protections are in addition to these features already included with AirCover for Hosts:
The amount of money you make will vary depending on your listing based on a number of factors. The average Airbnb Host can make close to a $1000 per month.
To help create comfortable, reliable stays for guests, we ask all Hosts to meet these requirements for each of their listings:
Every Host should meet these basic standards so that their guests have a comfortable, reliable experience.
What we don’t allow
1. Clear out the clutter
2. Frame your Cover Image
3. Find your Light
4. Create the Right Composition
5. Showcase your Space
To make it even easier for Hosts to welcome pets, you can now add a pet fee to your pricing. If you choose to charge a pet fee, it’ll be spread out equally over the course of the stay and shown both as part of the nightly rate, and in the total price at checkout. You can charge a flat fee that covers multiple pets, but remember: Your pet fee can’t be more than your nightly base rate.
By adding a pet fee, you no longer need to request one through our Resolution Center after you accept a booking.
To permanently deactivate your listing:
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Keep in mind that deactivating your listing won’t impact any reviews from your guests or reviews you’ve left them—they’ll still show on the public profiles.
Most Hosts pay a flat service fee of 3% of the booking subtotal
Guests typically pay a service fee of around 14% of the booking subtotal
These fees help Airbnb operate and support Hosts with marketing activities, Host protection programs, and more
Here is a link for more detail. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have additional questions.
If you do these things and you will become a Superhost.
This is how it works
Every quarter, we evaluate your hosting performance over the past 12 months for all listings on your account. (However, you didn’t have to host for the entire 12 months to qualify.) Each quarterly assessment is a 5-day period beginning on:
If you meet the program requirements by the assessment date, you’ll automatically become a Superhost—no need to apply. We’ll notify you of your status at the end of each assessment period. It may take up to 1 week for your Superhost badge to show up on your listing.
To qualify, listing owner with an account in good standing who has met the following criteria:
Completed at least 10 trips or 3 reservations that total at least 100 nights
Maintained a 90% response rate or higher
Maintained a less than 1% cancellation rate, with exceptions made for those that fall under our Extenuating Circumstances policy
Maintained a 4.8 overall rating (A review counts towards Superhost status when either both the guest and the Host have submitted a review, or the 14-day window for reviews is over, whichever comes first)