This Airbnb stay hits it out of the park.
Fans will have the opportunity to book a one-night stay at the New York Mets’ City Field Stadium for $250—and it comes with VIP suite-views for two games, the opportunity to throw an opening pitch, Mets swag, and unlimited snacks.
The lucky Mets fan, who can bring three of his friends to his Queens, NY sleepover, will throw a ceremonial first pitch for the night’s game on July 28. Booking will start from 8th July, first come first serve According to Airbnb listing.
However, the promotion is actually in honor of “Bobby Bonilla Day”, a viral “holiday”. trends Every year on 1 July. Bonilla, 58, is a retired Mets player who opted to receive $1.19 million each from July 1 to 2035, which would have let the Mets out of a $5.9 million payment to the beloved player in 1999.
“This year, I’m joining the fun, trying out a new glove as an Airbnb host and hopefully giving some people the night of their lives at Citi Field,” Bonilla told the Post. hypnotized in the statement.
Guests can watch the Mets night game and game of the day from their VIP suite along with unlimited hotdogs and drinks. He also has a Mets gym and a shower and will meet Mr and Mrs Met, According to Airbnb listing.
On top of that, he’ll receive a customized Mets jersey and a used baseball signed by members of the team.
Photos show the MLB VIP Suite peeks inside the iconic Citi Fields foyer called the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, and offers views of the original Homerun Apple and Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
It is staged with a bed, baseball caps on display, a Mets-orange coffee table table and a tan sectional, photo shows. Guests also have access to rooms with seating areas and a bar with stadium views.
Following disruptions due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the stadium has reopened to its full 42,000 fan capacity, with social distancing and mask guidelines easing. according to mlb.
Bonilla said, “As a born and raised New Yorker and a longtime player in the city, Mets fans hold a special place in my heart and it is wonderful to see the faithful back in some green seats in Queens. “