Bunkie Life cabin contest

If you’ve been on the fence about buying a bunkie cabin for your property, you can now enter to win one from Bunkie Life!

Bunkie Life is a leader in the tiny cabin market and their bunkie cabin kits are easy to build, look great in any setting, and are perfect if you’re building an off-grid campground.

From now until January 28, Bunkie Life is holding a contest to give away one of their Haven Ultra Bunkie with Loft kits valued at $15,995.

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The Haven Ultra Bunkie with Loft is 100 sq. ft. on the main floor and 120 sq. ft. in the loft. It’s made out of Northern Spruce and comes with five double pane windows, premium hardware, and tongue and groove wooden floorboards.

The Bunkie Life Haven Ultra Bunkie with Loft cabin kit
The inside of the Haven Ultra Bunkie with Loft.

Along with the bunkie cabin, the prize also includes an EMBED Premium Wall Bed valued at $4,800 and a HIBER8 Mattress valued at $1,050.

The winner will be announced during a live video broadcast on Bunkie Life’s YouTube and Facebook channels on January 28 at 8 p.m. EST.

It should be noted that delivery and installation of the cabin kit is not included with the prize.

The contest is open to residents of Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and over. For more info and to enter the Bunkie Life contest, visit bunkielife.com.

Where would you build the bunkie cabin if you won? Tell us in the comments below or on our Facebook page.

Photo credit: The Haven Ultra Bunkie with Loft. Courtesy Bunkie Life.

5 thoughts on “Bunkie Life giving away a $22,000 cabin kit”
  1. I would love to build my bunkie in a little place called Plympton Nova Scotia over looking the beautiful St Mary’s Bay 🙌

  2. We have the perfect spot! Just picture this beautiful bunkie on our cottage property on the scenic Charleston Lake, ON. Ideally we need space for our children and grandchildren…..4 children, 3 spouses and 9 grandchildren and counting. We want our cottage property to be a lasting memory for our entire family.

  3. I would build this cabin on any piece of land to welcome a homeless individual. Then promote this affordable cabin idea to the government in charge. Basically, why not build cabins like these for the retired veterans, homeless people etc. Where it’s cost efficient. My great desire to help the individual, who’s our people, which makes our community.

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