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  • Airbnb introduces an 'Experience Card'
  • Airbnb introduces an 'Experience Card'
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Airbnb introduces an 'Experience Card'

When you’re on holiday it can be hard sticking to a budget and a hassle to try to keep track of your cash. Airbnb recognises this, and that’s why it’s launched its 'Experience Card'; a loyalty scheme that ensures customers have enough money to make the most of their travels no matter what.

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