"You'll shoot your eye out!"
One lucky family will win a two-night stay in the house from the 1983 holiday classic "A Christmas Story."
"We are open for bidding on eBay for four people to stay in the house on Christmas Eve and Christmas day," Brian Jones of Jacksonville, Fla., told ABC News. "They can basically live Christmas in the 'A Christmas Story' house, relive the movie and be the Parkers for that time."
Jones, a longtime fan who owns the iconic home from the film, said he bought the house in December 2004 and turned it into a tourist attraction complete with a museum and gift shop.
For the past five years, Jones held an auction for people to come and stay in the house where Ralphie lived with his mom, dad and little brother Randy.
The highest winning bid in the past has been $8,000, Jones said. This year's current highest offer on eBay is $6,100.
All the money is donated to the neighborhood restoration program in Cleveland, Ohio, where the house is located.
"Our neighbors have been awesome," Jones said. "When you open up a tourist a attraction in a small neighborhood you'd think people wouldn’t be all too thrilled, but we've gotten a lot of support from the neighbors so I'm happy to give back."
Jones said the winner will get to spend two nights in the three-story, 1940's-style dwelling complete with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, a loft, a leg lamp in the window and an old fashioned radio to listen to "Little Orphan Annie."
Included in the deal is $800 worth in movie gifts including a "Red Ryder BB gun with a compass in the stock and this thing which tells time."
To make an offer, visit the auction on eBay.com. We "TRIPLE-dog-dare ya!"