Canadians Can Enter to Win an Airbnb Sleepover at Taco Bell

Oct 7, 2016

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If you’ve ever felt like you’ve logged so many hours waiting in line at Taco Bell that you may as well live there, now’s your chance. To celebrate the launch of its latest culinary monstrosity, the Steak Doubledilla — which the fast food giant says offers “twice the tender, marinated steak and creamy jalapeño sauce in a cheesy quesadilla” — Airbnb Canada is offering a one-night “SteakCation” for four (see what they did there?) at its Chatham-Kent, Ontario outpost.

Just what does a SteakCation entail? Pretty much everything you’d think a Taco Bell regular could want: a comfy couch and chairs for lounging, a big-screen TV complete with a library of video games and movies and a personal Taco Bell Butler to stuff you full of all the Steak Doubledillas you can handle. As for the sleeping arrangements, it’s going to feel like summer camp, with bunk beds all the way (two sets of them).

There are, of course, some rules. According to the Airbnb listing, double-dipping in the salsa and “making that squeaking sound with your straw and cup lid” are both frowned upon, though gorging on Steak Doubledillas in bed is wholeheartedly encouraged. Now for the bad news (for some of you): You must be 18 years old at the time of the sleepover — October 17, 2016 — and you must be a resident of Canada, although those who reside in Québec are excluded from entering. Entries are being accepted through October 11, with the lucky winner being chosen on October 13. Live más!

Featured image courtesy of Airbnb.

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