When you wake up, it'll be eclipse day. That means it's time to board your private jet. That's right. The guests will take a private jet out over the ocean to be among the first to see the Great American Eclipse. It's a two-hour flight, and you'll have Dr. Isler along for the ride. The viewing time of the eclipse in the plane may be up to a minute longer than you'd be able to see from the ground (times range between a minute to two-and-a-half minutes).
Unfortunately, only a couple lucky people will get this experience. You can attempt to be one of those lucky people by entering the contest through Airbnb's mobile app or at the contest page. Everyone else will have to weather egregiously expensive hotels and the fact that Airbnb has already booked more than 40,000 people to stay along the Line of Totality the night before the eclipse. If you waited to book a place to stay, you might have a rough time finding a spot. Good luck.