Realtors' are already getting calls which will cost you more than $100,000 a week for the big game.
"Welcome to this 9,000 square foot home here in Paradise Valley, Arizona. You have a five bedroom home on over an acre, everything at your fingertips, from media rooms, sports court, tennis court, putting green and batting cages" said Chris Carris.
$120,000 dollars a week is the starting price, if you want to add a chef to make your meals, a housekeeper or butler, or even a Ferrari waiting for you in the driveway it could happen but it will cost you a little bit more. Those add-ons could bump the rental price to $150,000 a week or more.
So who is in the market for a home like this? ,celebrities of course. "Athletes, whether they are playing now or ex athletes, corporate individuals, or business executives" said Chris.
The home boasts a dozen televisions, a media room with a 10 foot screen, a pool table, and a poker table, just about everything you need to throw the ultimate Super Bowl Party.
Realtors' have a full array of options for fans making the trip out here from one bedroom condos up to 10 bedroom mansions. Once you wait until it gets closer to next years Super Bowl the price for this home could go up to $250,000 a week, or you could buy it for $2.9 million.
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