Buffalo Wild Wings noticed that college basketball fans practically live in their fine establishments during March Madness. So what better way to show appreciation for these valued customers than by giving them a chance to actually stay overnight? That’s right, the chain is giving customers the opportunity to live inside one of its restaurants for the first two days of the tournament.
For the contest called BnB-Dubs (coined from the restaurant’s nickname B-Dubs, FYI), Buffalo Wild Wings built a bed and breakfast fit for four guests at its restaurant in Chicago’s Lincoln Park on Clybourne Ave. Two lucky winners, plus a guest for each, will get to wake up to the smell of wings and fall asleep to the soft glow of flat-screen TVs. With 32 games in 48 hours plus constant access to beer and wings, guests won’t miss a second of the action.
Obviously, it’s not your typical B&B. Instead of fancy soaps and breakfast in a random lady’s home, think beer, bunk beds, buzzer beaters, and bathrobes. The bunk beds feature built-in flat screen TVs, and the bathrobes resemble varsity jackets. Winners also get a pair of BnB-Dubs sandals. Worried about hygiene? There are no showers, but BnB-Dubs guests can use full-body towelettes to freshen up. Oh, and the best part is that the residence is right near the kitchen.
To enter the contest, all you have to do is post a video of yourself on Instagram or Twitter saying why you are the biggest March Madness fan. Make sure to add #bnbdubscontest and tag a friend in the post. Easy! You have until March 12 at 5 p.m. ET to enter, and you can only enter once. May the biggest basketball/beer/wing loving fans win!