You can now spend New Year’s Eve in a dome under the iconic Times Square ball

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The year 2020 has been a year of crises, with COVID pandemic playing spoilsport in almost everything. As reported earlier, the iconic Times Square ball drop will not be accessible for the public this year.

However, there is one way to see it in person this year.

As per the latest reports, you can now rent a geodesic dome via Airbnb on the Nasdaq terrace, which is right under the ball for just $21 (in honour of 2021). Yes, you heard that right! You will also get to enjoy beautiful panoramic views of Times Square, along with its broadcasted concerts and events, which no one else will! What’s more interesting is that Mariah Carey, the Christmas Angel herself, will be welcoming the lucky guest via a virtual message.

Those who book the stay are assured of a royal experience even after the celebrations are over. Reportedly, the igloo-style bedrooms are complete with double beds and cosy blankets, from where one can enjoy a panoramic view of NYC. Apart from this, the guest will get a $5000 shopping credit, which they can use for shopping at the Fifth Avenue before their stay. The credits can be used for a number of accessories, and the guest also gets to take home an iconic souvenir, i.e., a crystal from this year’s Waterford Crystal Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball design.

You can grab this wonderful opportunity at a first-come, first-served experience, and the reservations will open on December 21. To get the chance of booking this wonderful experience, make sure you are the first in line. As per the offer, you can reserve a dome for two guests starting at 9 AM on December 21 via Airbnb.

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