Airbnb says its hosts in Atlanta will welcome 9,200 arrivals to the Georgia capital during the week of Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. The big game is February 3 at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
And 18 percent of those 9,200 arrivals are coming from the Northeast, according to Airbnb. Some 11 percent are coming from California.
In all, Atlanta Airbnb guests during the week of the Super Bowl will hail from 59 countries, 49 states, and 1,408 cities. The typical Airbnb host may earn about $690 during the week, according to the home-sharing giant.
Meanwhile, Airbnb and other such services are bracing for a suite of regulations that are due to take effect this summer in Massachusetts and that could gum up a brisk trade.
- Massachusetts Airbnb regulations set to take effect in July 2019 [Curbed Boston]
- Airbnb in Massachusetts booming as regulations loom [Curbed Boston]