You could get £100 if you have a guest room during King Charles’s coronation – but there’s a catch.
With the historic day fast approaching and thousands of Britons expected to flood the capital, accommodation could start to look scarce.
The vacation rental company launched a similar incentive for new hosts around the world Platinum Jubilee of the Queenand the average booking earned over £500 over the three days.
Amanda Cupples, Airbnb’s general manager for Northern Europe, invited homeowners to join.
“As the festivities sweep across the UK and families visit loved ones during the extra holiday, Airbnb offers a unique opportunity for locals to benefit by opening their homes.
“House sharing helps cities use existing space to scale up capacity, welcome visitors during peak demand and empower local residents to provide sustainable and affordable accommodation, benefiting the local economy.”
Insiders say that the American leader already has obligations around May 6 and therefore cannot show a face on the big day.
Officials have written to the California-based couple asking them to attend the ceremony Westminster abbey in less than nine weeks.
But Harry, 38, and Meghan, 41, said “an immediate decision” on whether they will make the 5,000-mile journey “will not be disclosed”.