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NJ Super Bowl Rentals

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The 2014 Super Bowl is coming to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey and some locals plan on taking advantage of the high number of out-of towners by renting out their homes.

East Rutherford resident Ronnie Billington hopes to rent out her home the week leading up to the big game.

“I’m asking for $2500 a day and I’m asking for a 10-night minimum which would be $25,000 for ten days or if someone wanted it for less we can negotiate it. I’m very negotiable,” she said.

Billington’s home is walking distance to the stadium. As a season ticket holder she often walks to the games herself to avoid paying for parking.

Residents all over New Jersey are trying to take advantage of the Super Bowl coming to town. You can find space for rent in towns outside of East Rutherford as well, like: Montclair, Woodridge and even New York City.

However, Billington vows to be fair, unlike some listings that she has scene in areas like Hoboken where some residents are renting out their homes or apartments for up to $10,000 a night.

If your interested in seeing what some places are going for, homeowners are using websites like homeaway.com, airbnb.com or superbowlrentalz.com to list their properties in hopes that eager fans will rent out their space.

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