You Can Now Live Your Own Ultimate Home Alone 2 Experience

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In a perfect world, life would be just like a movie. Of course, not like 28 Days Later, we were thinking more like one of the absolute favorites, like Home Alone 2: Lost in New York. For 25 years, we've dreamed of living that high life at the Plaza Hotel in NYC on our dad's dime. Well, dreams really do come true. The Plaza Hotel is now offering a Home Alone 2 Experience.

To celebrate the movie's 25th anniversary, the Plaza is pulling out all the stops to ensure fans come through. Starting December 1st, fans can start booking their one-night stays. Don't worry though. While Kevin McCallister only held it down around the holidays, you can experience this through October 29, 2018.

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Okay, now what about the goods? When Kevin racked up his dad's credit card bill, he spent over $950. You, however, only have to pay $895. For that, you'll get a room, a photo booth session, all five movies in a paint can, a Home Alone 2: Lost in New York backpack, and that insane ice cream sundae. Just like the one Kevin got.

That's just the basic package. You can add things to "enhance" your experience, too. Some enhancements include a limo ride through New York City, a personal photographer, a trip to the top of the Empire State Building, and more.

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We totally understand if you can't dish out almost $900 for this. Lucky for you, if that's the case, you can always stop by the Plaza for a couple of other things. They'll have a Home Alone 2 exhibit, as well as a throwback '90s Menu at their Todd English Food Hall. There, you can dine on upscale versions of SpaghettiOs and toss back some Zima cocktails.

If you can afford the Home Alone 2 Experience, then by all means, DO IT. If you can't, but are still going to be in NYC soon, we advise you take a few hours to indulge in the Plaza's Home Alone 2 Exhibit. Either way, you're going to have a great time living the Kevin McCallister dream.

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