Airbnb is booking a stay at Mets’ Citi Field for Bobby Bonilla Day
The Mets and Airbnb are offering a grand slam opportunity to sleep at Citi Field this month.
Four lucky guests who are the first to book with Airbnb will be able to stay in their own VIP suite overlooking the Jackie Robinson Rotunda, the original Homerun Apple and Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. That’s not all: Guests will be able to watch two back-to-back games (one day game and one night game) against the Atlanta Braves from the suite and throw the first ceremonial pitch before the July 28 night game.
There will be unlimited baseball hot dogs, drinks and even Cracker Jacks and batting helmets filled with ice cream and a chance to hang out with Mr. and Mrs. Met.
When lucky fans aren’t cheering on the home team, they will have full access to the Mets gym for training and showering and can change into a custom Mets jersey. Guests will also receive a used baseball signed by team members.
All this to celebrate the reopening of New York and Bobby Bonilla Day on July 1, when signing bonuses and deferred salary payments are made. Retired Bobby Bonilla has become the face of the day since the New York Mets have paid Bonilla over $ 1.19 million annually since 2011 and will continue to do so until 2035. .
“As a born and raised New Yorker and longtime player in the city, there is a special place in my heart for Mets fans and it’s wonderful to see the faithful back in green seats in the city. Queens, ”Bonilla said. “This year, I’m joining in the fun, trying on a new glove as an Airbnb host and hoping to give a few people the night of their lives at Citi Field.”
All you need to do to book the stay is request to book the Airbnb first on July 8 at noon ET. Good luck and LGM!
This #BobbyBonillaDay, Bobby walks over to the plate to animate a @Airbnb will stay @CitiField, in the ultimate Mets night experience. From July 8 at noon, #Mets fans can request to reserve a night at Citi Field on July 28. #LGM
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– New York Mets (@Mets) July 1, 2021