The experience is being offered in partnership visit Laterooms.com. To be in with a chance of winning, fans enter the competition online and explain why they are deserving of the one night only experience.
The winning pair will be the first guests ever to sleep inside the famous Coca-Cola truck, which has travelled over 730,000 miles in its seven-year history – the equivalent of 29 times around the world.
The festive truck comes complete with a fairy light wall, a woodland snow scene, flickering festive fireplace and a Christmas tree. During the sleepover, guests will be able to plug in their smartphone for specially curated Christmas playlists, kick back and watch their favourite festive films before bedtime, open festive stockings loaded with presents from Santa and enjoy an ice-cold Coca-Cola or Coca-Cola Zero Sugar. All whilst being surrounded by the truck’s 8,772 twinkling fairy lights.
The pair will also be treated to a delicious Christmas dinner extravaganza with all the trimmings, delivered straight to the door; before snuggling up in style, tucked up tight in the trucks’ cosy twin beds. The following morning, guests will receive a festive breakfast, before taking advantage of complimentary tickets to the Coca-Cola London Eye – to take in the best views of the city and truly experience the magic of Christmas.
Located in a secret venue in the heart of central London, the truck comes fully equipped with everything Christmas fans could possibly need with a dedicated concierge on hand throughout, to ensure guests have the most comfortable and relaxing stay.
Aedamar Howlett, marketing director for Coca-Cola Great Britain said: “Coca-Cola is synonymous with the Christmas season and it’s no secret that our much-loved Christmas truck holds a special place in the heart of our fans. Christmas is all about sharing magical experiences with friends and loved ones –and so we can’t wait to invite one lucky pair of fans for the ultimate Christmas sleepover. After all, what could be more magical during the festive season than spending a night in the Coca-Cola Christmas truck?”