...but there's a caveat: it's with Curt Schilling, who kinda seems like a dick. Even so, he can totally help you live out your childhood fantasy of hanging out with baseball stars just like they're your next door neighbor.
The Red Sox and Airbnb are teaming up to give away a sleepover for two at Fenway park with the former Red Sox ace on September 2nd, just before Boston plays its final home game against the New York Yankees. And it's totally going to be cooler than Hannah Lipschitz's sleepover!!
According to the Airbnb listing, the "bed type" is "Real Bed," which is probably better than "AstroTurf," but honestly it depends on who you're asking. Other amenities include TV, toiletries, air conditioning, wireless, and breakfast. There is no fire extinguisher or buzzer/wireless intercom, which is almost a deal-breaker.
This is the first sleepover Fenway Park has ever hosted (ugh, Moms, right?!) and if you and your guest win, you'll get "your very own Green Monster pillow, a luxurious king-size bed with views of our manicured outfield lawns, meals prepared with produce from Fenway Farms, and experiences typically reserved only for players." No word yet on what these "experiences" are, but hey, that pillow does look pretty cool.
You also get some money to spend on merch, but the real sell is hanging out with your "Airbnb host" Curt Schilling, who is definitely cooler than your last Airbnb host that had 14 cats. Maybe.
All you have to do to enter is come up with a reason why a sleepover at Fenway Park has always been a dream of yours, and send it in by 11:59pm on August 20th. Also, if you don't live in Boston, they're willing to fly you out. Get that story ready about you and Sully hugging at Sligo Pub in 2004.
Just please don't get scared in the middle of the night and make your mom pick you up. Curt Schilling will not think that's cool.
Lucy Meilus is a staff writer for Thrillist and was forced to quit softball because she was too good. Follow her on Twitter at @Lucymeilus and send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org