Get £25 off Airbnb with this Airbnb coupon code when you book a trip for the first time.
Airbnb is always the first website we check for booking accommodation. I love Airbnb and have been using the website to find travel accommodation abroad for more than two years. Airbnb is a holiday rental website where you can find local homes, private apartments and cool places to stay.
If you’re just looking for an Airbnb coupon code to get a discount on your first Airbnb booking, click this link for £25 off. Read on for a walk-through of how to use this Airbnb discount code and how to book your first trip on Airbnb.
How to Use Your Airbnb Coupon Code
1. To get your Airbnb discount code, you need to click here. After clicking on the link, you will be directed to a new webpage which shows your this picture (of my happy face):
2. Click on the white button that says “Sign up to claim your credit.” You will be prompted by a pop-up sign-up box. You can choose from three options: sign up with Facebook, sign up with Google or sign up with Email. You can sign up with any method and you will still receive your £25 off Airbnb coupon code.
3. If you’ve already signed up to Airbnb before, unfortunately, you won’t be able to use this code. However, you can create a new account if you have another email address and get £25 off your Airbnb booking with my discount code.
4. The £25 Airbnb travel credit from me will now be saved on your account. When you make your first Airbnb booking, the £25 credit will be deducted from your total booking amount. The only catch is that you need to spend £55 or more to get the discount.
How to Make Your First Airbnb Booking on Airbnb is simple – and fun! I love booking on Airbnb because you get to browse so many amazing holiday rentals and apartments, and choose the one that you love the most. Here’s how to make your first Airbnb booking and claim your £25 off:
1. Search for where you want to stay. Type in the city or town where you want to find accommodation. Select the dates you want to travel. If you don’t have dates yet, that’s okay. You can search “anytime” to see what Airbnbs are available. Change the number of guests to the number of people who are travelling with you.
2. Change room type. Airbnb will have pulled up some results for you. But you might want to filter these results to find certain types of accommodation. For example, if you want a flat all to yourself, change the listing to “Entire Home”. For a private room, change it to “Private Room.” If you’re looking for cheap dorm beds or don’t mind sharing a room, click “Shared Room.”
3. Adjust the price range. You can change the price range to suit your budget. The price range filter is on a sliding scale, so you can slide it up and down to see differently priced Airbnbs.
4. Add more filters. You can add more filters to narrow down the listings. We often look for apartments with “wireless internet” and “laptop friendly workspaces” because we’re digital nomads and usually work from our Airbnb apartment. If we’re staying for a long time, we would usually tick the box for a kitchen too.
5. Instant book. On Airbnb, you usually need to “request to book” a room. It can take up to 24 hours for a host to reply to your request. If you’re booking at short notice, use the “instant book” filter. This will show you properties where hosts auto-approve the bookings, so you are booked in straight away! We always use instant book when we haven’t planned in advance.
6. Browse listings and select a place. Now it’s time for the fun part. Browse through the available listings and click on any you want to read. On each listing, there will be a description of the Airbnb rental, details on all the amenities, a star rating summary and reviews from previous guests.
7. Check the reviews. Always read the reviews before you book a place on Airbnb. You want to look for mostly 4 and 5-star Airbnbs. These are the most reliable and you want to make sure you book a great holiday rental. I search reviews for “wifi” to check whether the connection is reliable, as this is really important to me.
8. Click to book. When you’ve found your dream Airbnb apartment, click the “book” button on the right-side of the listing page. Your Airbnb credit will automatically be discounted from your booking. Remember to get your £25 off Airbnb discount coupon code before booking.
How to Get Your Own Airbnb Coupon Code
I bet you want your own Airbnb discount code, right? Airbnb coupon codes are awesome because every time a friend or someone you know signs up to Airbnb to get their discount, you earn travel credit. Just go to Invite Your Friends on your Airbnb dashboard. Airbnb will create a custom code for your account.
How to Share Airbnb Discount Codes
Once you’ve used your own Airbnb coupon code, you can also share your very own discount code with friends! Click to Invite Your Friends, and Airbnb will create a unique discount code link for you. You can share this code with friends via email or social media. Your friends will get money off their first Airbnb booking and you can earn travel credit for yourself too. It’s a win-win.
Living in London I am pretty spoilt for choice when it comes to eating spicy food. Having visited Brick Lane on numerous occasions I can say that some of the curries there take some beating. Spice shopping is also well catered for as there are many Indian and Pakistani supermarkets, cheap too!! I often get asked where I buy my spices, and the answer is usually one of the larger supermarkets but I never miss the opportunity to stock up when I visit an area like this. Massive bags of cumin, turmeric, coriander powder as well as the not so easily available Kashmiri Chilli powder, Black cumin seeds etc etc.
My local curry house is Penge Masala in SE London, you will usually find me here on a Wednesday night for their 5 course buffet. It is here also where I get some of my inspiration, like the recently added Lamb Podina on my Youtube channel. My favourite curry from this restaurant and one I order without saying a word. The waiter knows my order before I take my seat, I just give the nod.
I used to frequent "Crystal Palace Tandoori", a fabulous little restaurant that only remained open for around 3 years, due to intense competition and flailing custom, they closed. There goes my favoured Lamb Jaal Mal. A super tasty dish that I always ordered when visiting.
One of the things I love about eating in Indian restaurants is the way the food is served. The sizzle of Tandoori chicken on an iron sizzler. Copper bowls full of Madras. Steaming Karahi curry served in the Balti bowl (karahi). The little pickle trays at the start and not forgetting the beautiful crispy naans that come hanging served in EastZEast, Manchester (Pictured Below)
I may open an online shop soon selling some of these things like copper bowls, sizzler trays, etc etc basically, all things Indian restaurant so you can have an authentic BIR night at home. What do you think? Something you would be interested in buying? Drop me a line and let me know.
The Birmingham triangle is a great place too, very similar to Southall, but with a vast amount to choose from in the way of eating out. They even lay claim to being the home of the Balti, who am I to say otherwise!! The last time I visited I ended up having lunch in a Lebanese place, weird ahh. Thats me !!! I was drawn to the place as I could smell meat cooking on hot coals. I think my Mediterranean blood was calling out and all of a sudden I forgot about all the Indian food that I travelled there for. I had a massive lunch consisting of Chicken Kebab, houmous, Lahmacun (Turkish flatbread with Lamb and Tomato mince....yummy.
I really must put some of these recipes on Al's Kitchen. I love Mediterranean food and feel that it is quite underatted. Maybe time to try and change all that.
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Whether you are a true born American with a love for Curries and spicy food or an ex- pat living in the States and are missing the curries you used to have back home, you need not yearn for those friday nights out at your local Indian restaurant anymore. My channel, "Al's Kitchen", is there to teach you every step in making British Indian Restaurant Curries. Whether you are missing your Creamy Korma or your hot Madras, it's all there and much more besides.
Learn the techniques in producing curry base gravy, one of the closely kept secrets in British Indian Restaurants. Learn to build your curry from scratch and then dress it in true restaurant fashion.
I have travelled extensively myself and know all too well what it is like trying to find a nice Indian that I am used to from back in the UK, only to leave very disappointed. Don't get me wrong, authentic is nice, but BiR is what I am used to, ooh... the gravy!!
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So if you want to learn to cook a Chicken Madras, Pilau Rice, Bombay Potatoes, Lamb Korma etc etc, then you have come to the right place.