IKEA Is Letting You Have a Sleepover in Their Showrooms

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Slumber party in aisle three!

Battling the crowds at IKEA on a busy Saturday afternoon isn’t for the faint of heart, but what if you could roam the store’s glorious rows of fabulous merchandise in peace and quiet -- and in your pajamas?!

The Swedish furniture chain is looking to make the dreams of 40 customers come true by offering a chance to spend the night in one of their showrooms, reported USA Today.

To celebrate World Sleep Day on Friday, March 13th, the company is running a promotion entitled IKEA Swede Dreams, which will allow shoppers a night’s stay at their store locations in Brooklyn, New York and Costa Mesa, California.

Fans can also expect to get more than just some shut eye on one of the brand’s Godfjord or Slattum bed frames. Ikea has a slew of activities set up for the night’s itinerary including a “silent disco,” an Insomniac Lounge featuring ASMR, movies, and workshops that will show you how to get more restful sleep.

To enter, you have to be a member of IKEA Family Members loyalty program, which is free to join.

The drawing will select 20 winners for each location, who are each allowed to bring one guest to the slumber party. Entries are being accepted now, and winners will be contacted February 24.

For those not able to make it to Brooklyn or Costa Mesa, the chain is also offering an IKEA After-Dark Event at locations around the country on Saturday, Feb. 22 from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

While you won’t be able to spend the night, stores will offer discounts on beds and mattresses, yoga and meditation classes, educational workshops, a selfie bed and the opportunity to delight in having breakfast for dinner in the IKEA restaurant.

So enjoy, but save some meatballs for the rest of us!

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