Sleep in a giant hot dog for a night, thanks to Airbnb.  

By Tim Nelson
July 16, 2019
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Admit it: at some point or another, you’ve wondered what the inside of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile looks like. Is it a functional RV? Is it full of hot dogs? Is it like being inside a hot dog? Only a privileged few have been entrusted with that precious knowledge. 

Until now, that is. In honor of National Hot Dog Day, Oscar Meyer superfans can go on AirBNB to book a stay inside the iconic Wienermobile, which will be parked in Chicago from August 1st through 4th as some sort of branded experience for Lollapalooza. 

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Starting on Wednesday, July 24th, prospective guests can visit that link above and apply for a one-night stay on the nights of August 1st, 2nd, or 3rd. Reservations will roll out over the course of the day, so you’ll pretty much have to leave a browser tab open and hope for the best. 

Up to two guests can stay in the Weinermobile overnight, but there’s theoretically no limit on how many people can awkwardly congregate around the campout area before, during, or after those Ariana Grande and Chainsmokers sets. You’ll also have to pay your own freight to Chicago and buy your own Lolla ticket, but maybe you can snag an extra in exchange for letting someone take a photo in front of everyone’s favorite frankfurter on wheels? 

There are no details about whether a hot dog-obsessed host will greet you or grill for you, nor any info on whether or not they give you the keys to drive the Wienermobile around (probably not). 

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