Find my earnings
You can always check the status of your earnings in your earnings dashboard. Click each earning row to display details.
Pro tip: You can filter both upcoming and paid earnings by payout method (only for paid earnings), listing, date, month and year. You can multi-select filters on desktop and native platforms.
Go to the Paid section to review your earnings that Airbnb has released. Select each row to view earning details, including reservation information, adjustments and cancellation details.
If your payout was recently sent, keep in mind that the time it takes to receive each payout depends on the payout method you’re using. Expand the payout section for an estimated arrival date.
If you have multiple listings with reservations that start on the same day, earnings going to the same method will display in a single row and will be paid out together.
If you owe a guest money for a cancellation or reservation change, you can track it in your earnings dashboard. Learn more about what an adjustment on your earnings means.
Go to the Upcoming section to review any upcoming earning dates. If you have a payout still pending, you can use the drop-down menu to change the payout method for that reservation.
Your year-to-date summary is the total amount you’ve earned for each reservation that year, before any service fees, taxes or other deductions. These are available after you’ve been paid out for a given reservation. To view your gross earnings, you’ll need log in to your account.
Exporting to a spreadsheet
To download a .csv file of any earnings, on your desktop or native platform, go to earnings dashboard > Show all upcoming or Show all paid > Get report > Create report. You can choose what to include in their report.
The CSV file can be opened by any standard spreadsheet program (like Microsoft Excel, Google Docs or Apple Numbers). This spreadsheet includes additional information, such as Host service fees or cleaning fee (if you charge one) as well as gross earnings and any taxes withheld for each earning.
- HostUsually in 7 business days or less, your payout method's status should update to “Ready” and you will be able to receive payouts.
- HostWe’ll send your payout about 24 hours after a guest checks into your place. However, your bank and payout method will determine how long it …
- HostAn adjustment is an amount of money a host owes as a result of a cancellation, reservation change, or violation of our Guest Refund Policy.