‘The Office’ Fans Can Spend a Night at Dunder Mifflin — Here’s How

Your chance to radiate your protagonist's energy is closer than you think. If you're one of the, uh, millions of people who watch "The Office , " you've probably fantasized about starring in your own workplace sitcom at some point — or at least, fantasized about eating Kevin in real life of chili peppers. Thanks to Booking.com, you can partially realize this fantasy (minus the chili part).

The travel website is creating a once-in-a-lifetime experience for loyal Office fans to spend a night at Dunder Mifflin. Instead of traveling to Scranton, Pennsylvania, fans can spend the day in Washington, D.C. The Office Experience is located in the historic Woodies Building, where you'll find recreations of The Office's most famous attractions, complete with original show costumes, props and activations. This experience is usually only available on ticketed tours, but two lucky couples will get a more personalized stay at Scranton Business Park.

Starting Wednesday, November 16, fans of the show can head to Booking.com at noon ET to try to win a night in the office. Winners will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis - so you may want to set an alarm if you want to try your luck. Stays are available on November 19 and November 20 for just $20.05 per night to commemorate the U.S. premiere of The Office .

Winners will receive a unique experience compared to those typically offered to the public. Itineraries include a guided tour of The Office Experience, dinner at a nearby DC restaurant, a Stanley-style crossword puzzle, and a scavenger hunt (the winner will also receive their own Dundie award). Don’t worry, if spending the night in an office (even a fake one) sounds like a nightmare come true, Booking.com will arrange a room at a nearby hotel for the winner to spend the night.

Even if you can't experience the overnight stay, The Office Experience will be open until January 16, 2023, so you can plan a trip to suit your OOO days. The two-story experience features 17 different areas that look like iconic moments and sets from the show, such as Pam’s desk, Michael’s office, and the scene of Kevin’s infamous chili spill. Tickets start at $32 and go up depending on the perks you might want to add, but you've got nothing to lose if you want to win big on November 16th. After all, if you don't attend, you're 100% missing out.