Airbnb is giving away an overnight stay at United Center with Scottie Pippen

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Hospitality company Airbnb announced Monday that it will transform the United Center into an overnight home for a night for two lucky fans.

The winner and a guest will spend a night at the United Center with Scottie Pippen. They’ll also receive VIP tickets and access to the Bulls game against the 76ers on April 11. The winners will also be treated to a special courtside viewing of team warm-ups, a pre-game dinner, a movie showing on the Jumbotron, a merchandise shopping spree, a special locker room tour andcustom jerseys.

At night, the winner will sleep in the owner’s suite, completely redesigned and outfitted for their stay, followed by a special breakfast, courtesy of the Bulls.

“The United Center is like a second home to me,” Pippen said in a statement. “While we have hosted our fans night after night for years, we expect this to be a very special evening for our Airbnb guests. It will be fun to give them a glimpse of the spaces and share the stories that make this place so very special, making them feel like part of the family.”

To enter, visit the Chicago Bulls’ listing on Airbnb no later than April 3 at 11:59 pm CT and contact the host and tell them why you should be the lucky fans to experience this Night At the Chicago Bulls on April 11. This experience is only open to Chicago area residents.

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