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This TMNT Airbnb Looks Sufficiently Radical

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | May 17, 2016

This TMNT Airbnb Looks Sufficiently Radical

Photo via Airbnb

You don’t actually have to be drenched in ooze and mutate in order to live like a bodacious turtle. You just have to luck out on Airbnb.

Yet another sign that the summer will belong to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is the Airbnb listing that allows several people to kick up their figuratively green feet and let their half- shells cool for a while.

Unfortunately, for the moment, there are no more available dates. But the fearsome foursome does offer: “If dates are sold out, follow @TMNTMovie for hints on when we're out of the Lair again so you can crash.”

As you may have guessed, the rental is all to promote the upcoming movie, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows,” which comes out on June 3.

But before we get to the details, check out the digs.

As you will undoubtedly find, when the accommodations are $10 a night (a fee that is returned upon departure), it’s going to sell out quickly.

We can live vicariously through others who have the chance to stay in an Airbnb whose listing is actually going to a great cause: Every stay nets the PACER's National Bullying Prevention Center some money – although it’s not disclosed how much.

The entire Airbnb listing is worth a read for even casual TMNT fans.

The following does come with a sudden unavoidable wave of jealousy: “Crash here while we're busy fighting an evil rhinoceros and warthog hench-mutant. This high-tech dojo is fully loaded...a glow in the dark basketball court, a retro arcade, more video games with a pretty sweet tv wall...anything for hanging ninja-style.”

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Previously, we reported the beloved teenagers would serve as New York City’s tourism family ambassadors.

With an Airbnb now taking locals and tourists, officials are betting big that the travel industry can help bring people to the theater in a tremendous way next month.

Sadly, most of us will have to simply daydream that they can one day see the plush confines of a faux sewer domicile.


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