Airbnb is launching gift cards just in time for Christmas

The perfect present does not exi-

10/27/2021 10:21:00 PM

Airbnb is launching gift cards just in time for Christmas

The perfect present does not exi-

(plus, birthdays, anniversaries etc etc.), The brand new Airbnb Gift Card means you can help your loved ones get on that dreamy trip away without just stuffing a tenner in a card. Plus, if you're lucky you'll get a lil' holiday out of it too.

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Believe it or not, Airbnb has never actually had gift cards in the UK before, so this is a brand first. The card works just like any other gift voucher, acting as cash to go towards the cost ofAirbnb staysor experiences.You can pick up a physical Airbnb gift card in Tesco and Morrison's stores, or for the eco-conscious, digital Airbnb gift cards will be available direct from the site (

) as of 9 November. So you've got plenty of time to draw up a list of suggestions of yurts and shepherd's huts to spend the voucher on (not that you're angling for an invite, of course).flyparadeGetty ImagesPlus, not only can you chose from a number of really cute designs, but these gift cards never expire so you're actually giving people a proper present, rather than extra faff. headtopics.com

We don't know what we're more pleased about; the fact that there might be a few more holiday invites on the horizon or the fat that, and all gifting for that matter, just got a whole lot easier. Read more: Cosmopolitan UK »

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