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Airbnb offers Sarah Jessica Parker as your shoe shopping partner

The proceeds of her $400 Airbnb listing will go to the New York City Ballet.
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Tomorrow morning, Sex and the City fans will have the opportunity to grab one of four Airbnb Experiences that will take them on a shopping trip with Sarah Jessica Parker. Airbnb is expanding its offerings of Experiences in New York City, which will include Parker's listing among a number of others. The proceeds of the Airbnb booking will go to the New York City Ballet. Parker, a NYC Ballet board member, told the Associated Press that the ballet is "one of the great cultural experiences anybody can have."

Other celebrity-hosted charity experiences include a golfing trip with Michael Strahan, which will raise money for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, and a Brooklyn wander with Ansel Elgort that will benefit Americares' hurricane relief efforts. Parker's listing, which includes a trip to Bloomingdale's, a pair of shoes from her line, frozen yogurt with her at Forty Carrots and tickets to the ballet, is priced at $400.

Airbnb launched Experiences last year as part of its efforts to expand beyond just renting rooms. At the time, Experiences were only available in 12 cities, but the company has been expanding what it offers and where. The service is now available in 40 cities and this week will see New York's small selection widened to 150 Experiences, reports the Associated Press.

If you're interested, you can try your hand at snagging one of Parker's four listings here on Tuesday. The Experience itself will take place on October 6th.

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