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When you’ll get your payout

Here’s the good news: Your money is coming! When you’ll get your payout depends on the length of your guest’s stay, your payout method’s processing time, and whether or not you’re a new Host.

Note: Co-Host payouts are usually released at the same time as Host payouts, and the info in this article also applies to them.

When Airbnb releases payouts for shorter stays

For most stays of 27 nights or less, we’ll send your payout about 24 hours after a guest checks into your place, and your payout method’s processing time will determine how long it takes for you to receive the money.

When Airbnb releases payouts for monthly stays

If the reservation is a monthly stay of 28 nights or more, we’ll send the first month’s payout about 24 hours after the guest checks in, and we’ll send any payouts monthly after that. Learn more about how payouts for monthly stays work.

How long payouts take to process

After Airbnb releases your payout, there’s a processing time before the money arrives with your payment provider.

  • Fast Pay: 30 minutes or less once Airbnb releases the payout (available for USA only)
  • Payoneer Prepaid Debit Mastercard: Within 24 hours
  • PayPal: Within one business day
  • Western Union: One business day, depending on country or region
  • ACH (direct deposit): 3 business days (only available for USA and Puerto Rico)
  • International wire: 3–7 business days
  • Bank account: 5–7 business days
  • MLC card (Cuba only): 3–5 business days

Payouts may be delayed for new Hosts

If you’re a new Host, we may hold your payouts for 30 days after your first reservation is confirmed. If your first reservation is more than 30 days away, your payout will be released 24 hours after your guest’s scheduled check-in. This will apply to any payouts scheduled for release during those 30 days.

Ensure your payout method and settings are correct

Be sure to set up at least one payout method so you can get paid.

If you want your payouts to be released automatically, be sure to set a default payout method.

You can always check the status of your payout in your earnings dashboard.

If you have multiple listings with check-ins on the same day, your money will usually be sent as a single payout. If you have a minimum payout amount set, your payout won’t be sent until that amount is met.

Weekend or holiday delays for payouts

Banking systems don’t process transactions on weekends or holidays, so your money will be processed the next business day. Contact your bank directly if you have any questions.

Fast Pay and Payoneer allow payouts to be processed and sent on weekends and holidays.

Payouts may be delayed for review

All transactions may be reviewed before they’re sent. For example, we may review a transaction in order to prevent fraud. This could result in funds being delayed, paused, or, in rare cases, removed from your account. In these cases, we may be required to limit account permissions and payment transfers, and you may be asked to provide additional information to verify your identity.

Reviews are part of standard processes that many companies like Airbnb conduct in order to prevent fraud and comply with regulations.

Fees may apply for some payout methods

In some cases, the financial institution or payout method you use to get your money may charge additional fee(s). For more information, learn about calculating your payout.

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