Airbnb offers movie fans chance to stay in the last Blockbuster on Earth

The 1990s-themed stay will be available only to people who live in the Oregon store's local area.

Four guests will be able to stay in the last Blockbuster store on Earth.
Four guests will be able to stay in the last Blockbuster store on Earth.

Airbnb is offering a 1990s-themed stay in the world's last Blockbuster store.

The sleepover will be available for local residents in Deschutes County, Oregon, and will allow them to relive the Friday-night traditions associated with a visit to the film rental store.

Guests can watch a movie marathon from the comfort of the pull-out couch. Bean bags and pillows will also be provided as will cinema-style snacks and pizza. The initiative is intended to give the store a promotional boost after its business was hit by the coronavirus pandemic.

Three individual, one-night reservations are available and will take place from September 18-20. Each booking can be made for a maximum of four guests. Bookings can be made for $4 a night plus taxes and fees on Airbnb starting on August 17 at 1 p.m. local time.

After the final overnight guests check out, Blockbuster customers can visit the living room space during store hours for a limited time.

To celebrate the last Blockbuster in the world and its community, Airbnb will make a donation to the Humane Society of Central Oregon, a longtime charity partner of the store.

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