Iconic Chicago Bull Airbnbing His Baller Pad For Under $100 During Olympics
This. Is. Unbelievable. If you're someone who loves once-in-a-lifetime experiences this is for you. If you're someone who loved the Chicago Bulls dynasty and once-in-a-lifetime experiences, your head is going to explode.
In celebration of the 1992 Olympics, Scottie Pippens is renting out his Chicago home. His spread is pretty spectacular, to say the least.
Before you look inside, there are a few "house rules" including "not suitable for kids", no smoking, and not pets.
HOUSE RULES ACCORDING TO THE AIRBNB POST
Check-in is at 3:00 p.m. and checkout is at 11:00 a.m.
Max of for people allowed.
Only certified assistance animals are allowed.
No smoking, drugs, or illegal activities.
You can post pics on Instagram but with Scottie's permission first.
All the rules are here.
WHAT'S INSIDE SCOTTIE PIPPEN'S HOME?
- Indoor Basketball Court
- Movie Theater (for watching the Olympics, including 1992 Men's Basketball)
- Arcade Room
- Indoor Sauna
- Tons of 1992 Olympic Memorabilia
WHAT WILL IT COST TO STAY AT SCOTTIE'S?
Considering whose home it is and the area of Chicago where it's located you would think this would run you hundreds if not thousands of dollars. Lucky for you it is nowhere close to that.
In honor of his 1992 gold medal, the one-night (max) stay is a staggering $92.
No, that is not a typo, there's no catch, and it isn't some contest. The only "contest" will be trying to try and book this insanely awesome experience, which becomes available on July 22.
Find the listing here and good luck.