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TravelHot dog fan? You can now stay in a 27-foot long Wienermobile on Airbnb

22:10  17 july  2019
22:10  17 july  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

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If you've ever wanted to spend the night in a giant hot dog, now is your chance.

In celebration of National Hot Dog Day Wednesday, Airbnb announced an Oscar Mayer Wienermobile will be available to book on the vacation rental website.

Hot dog fans have already scooped up the August dates first made available for rent, but additional dates will be added to the listing on July 24.

Although the Wienermobile first made its debut in 1936, this marks the first time a member of the public will have the chance for an overnight stay in the iconic hot dog-on-wheels.

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Perks of staying in a giant hot dog for a night?

According to a press release from Airbnb, the Wienermobile will be decked out with custom Wienermobile-inspired art, a roller grill (that guests can take home!) and a mini fridge stocked with hot dog essentials.

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