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Airbnb and Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Curt Schilling to Host First-Ever Sleepover at Fenway Park



Airbnb will make Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, available on the site for a once-in-a-lifetime stay hosted by Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer and World Series hero, Curt Schilling.

On September 2, one winner will receive exclusive access to Fenway Park for a home game against the New York Yankees and be the first-ever guest to spend a night in a private suite at the home of the Boston Red Sox, followed by breakfast on top of the iconic Green Monster the next morning.

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“Sleeping over at Fenway Park and experiencing it like no one ever has will be a memory our Airbnb guests won’t forget, ” said Curt Schilling. “I’m excited to share my memories of the World Series Championship games played at Fenway, and relive all of the special moments I had here.”

The experience for one fan and a guest will include VIP tickets for the game that concludes Fenway Park’s season series between the storied rivals. The winner will play catch with Schilling, stand on the warning track for pre-game ceremonies, and watch the first inning from inside the Green Monster before settling into front row seats with another Red Sox Hall of Famer, Luis Tiant.

They’ll also receive custom jerseys, a merchandise shopping spree, and a post-game dinner on top of the Budweiser Right Field Roof Deck. That evening, the winner will sleep in a specially outfitted suite designed to recapture over a hundred years of historic Fenway moments, followed by an exclusive tour of Fenway Farms, the park’s rooftop garden, before breakfast for two atop the Green Monster.

“As the nation’s oldest ballpark, Fenway Park attracts baseball fans from all over the world, ” said Alex Ward, General Manager of US New Markets for Airbnb. “Through our partnership with the Red Sox, we’re excited to magnify the magic and rich history of such an iconic place by offering the first ever overnight experience through Airbnb.”



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