Sublets Just Got Easier

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Most of us have dreamed of living in a new city, but those of us who’ve taken the plunge know how long it takes to turn that dream into concrete (or wooden) walls. The Sublet has become a right of passage for most city dwellers. Whether adjusting to a new city, studying for a semester abroad or doing an extensive travel for business, Sublets are the best way to feel at home quickly, but finding one is tricky. It often requires repeatedly searching through listing sites, scheduling appointments to view places one by one and a lot of cash up-front.

As a group of globetrotters who call the world home, we wanted make assimilation into any of our 18,000 cities easy and safe so we created Airbnb Sublets.  Today, we’re bringing the Airbnb booking experience to monthly rentals – so booking a long-term stay on Airbnb is as simple as booking a hotel room.

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How so?

We let you pay by credit card –Keep your cash flow positive, schedule payments and make paying rent as easy as everything else you do online.

We give you powerful search – Search through over 30,000 monthly rentals in 5,000 cities, set your filters so you can choose your neighborhood, amenities and price without the legwork.

We have trusted user profiles – Book knowing that Airbnb verified reviews come from real bookings and host’s reputations are built through interactions with the community.  Verified Airbnb photos allow you to book sight-unseen with confidence.

Want to test the waters and make yourself at home in the world with Airbnb Sublets? Check out our swanky new Sublets page.

We’ll even help pay the rent, use the code “SUBLETS” and we’ll pay $200 of your rent each and every month for up to 6 months. The offer is good until September 8th on stays longer than 28 days, so get in there and become a local in the place you’ve always dreamed of.

 

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  1. Andrew Warner

    the link seems to be broken. I’m getting an error page.

  2. Sam LG

    Typo alert: it’s not "right" of passage; it’s "rite".

  3. kirsty

    Hi, I tried the code and it tells me that the code requires the trip to cost at least $1000… you didn’t mention this anywhere in your post? Am I doing something wrong or did you just not mention it?