Airbnb will distribute 1,600 free tickets to watch the events in the company of athletes

Airbnb will distribute 1,600 free tickets to watch the events in the company of athletes
Airbnb will distribute 1,600 free tickets to watch the events in the company of athletes

Mice and keyboards from France and Navarre, we wish you a pleasant weekend. Because Wednesday, the afternoon will not be easy. Airbnb has just announced that it will distribute 1,600 free tickets for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games to the fastest Internet users on June 26 at 5 p.m. If you are one of those who will have the dazzling click and win the sesame, a second surprise will await you: at your side, to watch the event, you will discover a star of the discipline.

So Leticia Bufoni, the woman who won the most gold medals at the athletes will take part in the game organized by the platform. And since you yourself are an athlete of rapid clicking, you will have many things to say to each other.

Servers should hold

The offer, free, is attractive enough to break the Internet, but Airbnb seems confident in the capacity of its servers to handle the load. “It will be fine, our IT department is not worried,” assures Clément Eulry, Managing Director France and Belgium of Airbnb. We know how to carry the load. This year we had 5 times more reservations for Paris than at the same time last year. »

The company will experience its biggest activity ever with the Paris Olympics. It deserved a little gift and a nice publicity stunt. A first competition was organized a few days ago to allocate thirty places on the terrace of the Musée d’Orsay for the Opening Ceremony, attracting thousands of applications accompanied by a small cover letter.

This time you just have to be quick and book the experience on the platform. The meeting is at 5 p.m. but you will be able to discover the list of proposed events from Sunday. If you win, send us a message, we will curse you/will be glad to know how it went.

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