Airbnb offers dream stay on the Goodyear Blimp

Airbnb offers college fans sleepover in Goodyear Blimp

Airbnb is partnering with Goodyear to offer college football fans the chance to spend the night in the Goodyear blimp. FOX Business’ Cheryl Casone with more.

For $150 dollars, college football fans will have the chance to spend the night aboard the Goodyear Blimp.

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Airbnb is offering three separate one-night stays from Oct 22-24 in advance of University of Michigan-Notre Dame game on October 26.  Reservations go on sale October 15.

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The Goodyear Blimp began flying over games in 1955 offering aerial coverage for college football and floating above major sporting and entertainment events more than 2,000 times since then.


Included in the Goodyear-Airbnb joint offer is access to the 2.6 football-field-sized hangar, a football lounge, a fully-equipped lakefront tailgate spot, tickets to the University of Michigan  game, and official college football gear.

Goodyear’s newest airship, Wingfoot Two, in Mogadore, Ohio. (Malcolm Porter/WEWS-TV via AP)

Goodyear and Airbnb will be donating $5,000 to the Cotton Bowl Foundation to celebrate this event. The funds are meant to support the organization’s goal of impacting college football players for the better.

Reporting on the Airbnb offering, FOX Business’ Cheryl Casone noted, “the disappointing part of this story is you don’t get to go up in the blimp.”


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Giancarlo Stanton has dream first at-bat in Yankees return

The Yankees certainly could get used to this.

In his first at-bat since returning from the injured list, Giancarlo Stanton doubled off a sharp line drive to center field Wednesday night against the Angels.

Stanton, the Yankees’ $325 million man, battled from an 0-2 count after being out since June with a strained ligament in his right knee.

The leftfielder has played in only nine games to date, hitting one home run and seven RBIs to go along with a .290 batting average as a result of multiple injuries this season.

Stanton played the field Wednesday, and manager Aaron Boone said he’d likely be pulled after four to five innings.

The Yankees’ hope is that Stanton will be built back up for the postseason.

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Fleur East celebrates dream wedding where guests included Harry Redknapp – The Sun

FLEUR East has married her fiancé Marcel Badiane-Robin in a star-studded ceremony with guests including Harry Redknapp.

The king of the jungle and his wife Sandra joined his campmate for her stunning wedding in Morocco last week.

Fleur said 'I do' at a glitzy ceremony in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco –  and even grabbed the microphone to perform her single Sax at her OWN wedding in front of her I'm A Celebrity pals.

The 31-year-old, who was engaged for three months before tying the knot to her boyfriend of nine years, looked stunning in a strapless gown with a beaded bodice and sweetheart neckline by J'Aton Couture.

Speaking about her fairytale wedding she told Hello! "It was the best day of my life, filled with so much love. A dream."

She even got priceless advice from Harry, who won the heart of the nation with his devotion to Sandra on the show last year.

Fleur told the magazine: "He said to be mates. That's the main thing, that you're friends."

Harry was among the 120 guests there including her campmate Malique Thompson-Dwyer, ex-JLS star JB Gill, and reality TV star Vas J Morgan and TV presenter AJ Odudu.

Fleur and Marcel announced their engagement just three months ago on holiday in Japan.

The former X Factor star was surprised with a yellow diamond ring by Marcel, a fashion designer who has dressed pop stars including Rita Ora and Jason Derulo, following a successful stint in the jungle.

Harry and Fleur struck up an unlikely friendship in the jungle and have been pals ever since.

He handed soap to pal Fleur — straight after fans thought he used it to wash his bum – with the 71-year-old offering it to the former X Factor contestant.

Fleur and Rita Simons invited the footie boss to join them at the waterfall. Like a true gent he turned away as they washed.

But episode edits made it unclear when he passed the soap, or if it went down his trunks.

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