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$10K Per Night Rent for Llewellyn Park Home for Super Bowl

As Super Bowl XLVIII comes to New Jersey, thousands of homeowners are cashing in by renting their homes.

A Llewellyn Park home is available to rent for the Super Bowl. Photo Credit super-bowl-rentalz.com
A Llewellyn Park home is available to rent for the Super Bowl. Photo Credit super-bowl-rentalz.com
Written By Mike D'Onofrio and Melinda Stevens

Super Bowl XLVIII is turning out to be a money maker for homeowners in New Jersey. 

As the biggest sporting event in the world comes to the Garden State, thousands of homeowners are looking to get a piece of the millions of dollars expected to be injected into the New York metro area by renting their homes and apartments. 

And the prices aren't cheap. 

A 7,000-square foot single-family home in Llewellyn Park with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a personal chef and daily maid service, is available for rent on super-bowl-rentalz.com for $10,000 a night through February.

Another home in the township is available to rent from Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 for $12,000, according to  a posting on airbnb.com. 

More than 1,400 rentals are listed on eventhomes.com leading up to the game. Many of the rentals are local, including a Montclair apartment asking $2,000 a day; a Maplewood home going for $3,800 a day; and a small one-bedroom apartment in South Orange asking $400 a day. 
John M. Hagerty January 10, 2014 at 12:07 PM
Even the rich people have trouble making ends meet. Do you want caviar with your value meal?
Tom G. January 10, 2014 at 12:14 PM
I read that the Best Western by Turtle Back Zoo will be charging over $1,000 per night.
Car14 January 14, 2014 at 05:30 PM
It's a shame. People are homeless and starving all over the country.
Tom January 15, 2014 at 06:11 PM
Someone should mention that the real estate taxes on this home are about $75,000 a year... Before any maintenance,utilities... West Orange sure knows how to squeeze the golden goose

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