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Qantas disguises first class seats as $20 ‘cabin in the clouds’ on Airbnb

PPOW

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Just popped up
4 x Business Class flights (one way)
QF151 Melbourne to Auckland, New Zealand
15 June 2019

Could get through to booking but didn't need 4 so let them go :(
 

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Bethc

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Just popped up
4 x Business Class flights (one way)
QF151 Melbourne to Auckland, New Zealand
15 June 2019

Could get through to booking but didn't need 4 so let them go :(
Hey, can I ask how many guests were in your search to get 4?
 

Benny Boy

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I also managed to get the Singapore one up. I searched on the app - Anywhere, No Dates, $20 - $20,Unique Homes (Plane). It said request to book and the only date available was August 10th for 1 night. Didn't manage to get it.
 

Zephie2201

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Hello this thread has been helpful for this promo so thank you! Only issue I am having is that nothing seems to come up when I search on website or app. I am using “anywhere” $20, and “plane” but no luck! I can access the 4 listings showing currently when I click on the link provided in this forum but any idea why they aren’t coming up in my searches? Thanks :)
 

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Hello this thread has been helpful for this promo so thank you! Only issue I am having is that nothing seems to come up when I search on website or app. I am using “anywhere” $20, and “plane” but no luck! I can access the 4 listings showing currently when I click on the link provided in this forum but any idea why they aren’t coming up in my searches? Thanks :)
It is because only listings with availability appear. Once all of the dates are booked, the booking will not show up in a search even if it can be directly viewed when linked directly to the booking. I can tell you that the times involved in these bookings are extremely tight, we are talking 2 minutes in a lot of cases from posting to redemption.
 

Benny Boy

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Hello this thread has been helpful for this promo so thank you! Only issue I am having is that nothing seems to come up when I search on website or app. I am using “anywhere” $20, and “plane” but no luck! I can access the 4 listings showing currently when I click on the link provided in this forum but any idea why they aren’t coming up in my searches? Thanks :)
I'm having the same issue but got lucky with the Singapore one popping up, just not lucky enough to book it. I did the exact same search as you.
 

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