It’s that time of year – Super Bowl Sunday is coming on Feb. 1. Many people’s game day parties consist of beer and pizza at home with friends. But, if you feel like upping the ante and heading to University of Phoenix Stadium for Super Bowl XLIX, there are some over-the-top properties in Phoenix that would definitely score a touchdown with your pals. These are the most expensive rentals for Super Bowl celebrations.
Nice digs Kurt Warner. (Homeaway.com/HolidayRental.com)
What better way to honor the Super Bowl’s roots than staying in a former NFL quarterback’s home? For $150,000 you can shack up for a week in Kurt Warner’s house, which features six bedrooms, an elevator, a home theater, and a pool. It’s where Warner lived while leading the Arizona Cardinals to their first visit to the Super Bowl in 2008. If you’re looking for full baller status, you can upgrade and get a four-pack of 50-yard-line tickets to the big game, front-row seats to the halftime show featuring Katy Perry, a meet-and-greet after the game with the players and halftime performers, a limo and driver for the week, a personal chef and all meals, unlimited spa services at the home, and a private jet tour of Phoenix and nearby Sedona all for $400,000.
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Sweet house. (CamelbackVista.com)
Dubbed the nicest house in Arizona, it’s also the most expensive rental. For $225,000 for a week you and 17 friends can have skyline views of the city from high on Camelback Mountain. The place has a spacious outdoor kitchen and barbeque area (perfect for a pre-Super Bowl cookout) and comes with daily maid service. Just don’t be so distracted by the amenities you forget about the game!
The whole house is controlled with an iPad. (Homeaway.com)
Why not stay in a totally wired, futuristic house for the big game? This place has a completely intuitive automation system – just pick up the iPad that controls everything (from lighting and the spa’s water temperature to the in-home music system). For the $100,000-a-week price tag you also get five massive water features, 24-7 concierge services, and a gorgeous red rock view.
Your very own tequila tasting room. (SuperBowlRentalz.com)
All you can drink tequila is included with this rental – need we say more? For $10,000 a night you and your pals get all the booze you can drink in a special tequila tasting room that features more than 500 different bottles as well as a limo and driver to act as your fancy designated driver. Or you may want to nurse your hangover in one of the four bedrooms that feature individual flat screen TVs.
Talk about a mansion! (Biltmore Estates/Vrbo.com)
This may look like a hotel with over 20,000 square feet of space, but it’s actually a private home and it’s up for grabs for $10,000 a night. Up to 20 people can stay in The Palacio at the Biltmore Estates, a.k.a. one of the largest mansions in the State of Arizona. The house has fireplaces in multiple rooms, a dry sauna, a gym, a wine cellar, a game room with a billiards table, a state of the art movie theater, a large dining area, a pool, and two barbecue areas. There is also a full staff including a private chef, chauffeur, concierge, and massage therapist. If you need a little break from football, just head outside because the house is situated on the 8th hole of the Biltmore Golf Course with views of Squaw Peak and Camelback Mountains.
An outdoor oasis (VacationHomeRentals.com)
If sitting in a crowd of thousands of people at the stadium isn’t really isn’t your thing then this house with an outdoor fire pit and flat screen TV might just fit the bill. For $40,000 a week you can enjoy the game from the comfort of this four-bedroom home that also has a private heated pool, chaise lounges, a gas grill, and an outdoor dining table.
Who needs football when you have a golf course. (Vrbo.com)
We already know you’re a football fan, but for the all-out sports enthusiast, this rental is heaven. Situated on 2.2 acres in the Sonoran Desert, there are plenty of places to go hiking and golfing. And you don’t even have to leave the property for some action: The five-bedroom house for $9,000 a night comes with a game room, indoor basketball court, and glow-in-the-dark mini golf.
Pool Super Bowl party! (Homeaway.com)
With a name like Paradise Valley Oasis you know you’re in for a treat. All you have to focus on is the game because everything else will be taken care of for you. For a flat fee of $30,000 a week, you and 29 friends and family have a chauffeur, massage therapist, and private chef to take care of your every need. And with over two acres of outdoor space you won’t feel like you’re on top of each other.
Swanky zip code, swanky house. (Homeaway.com)
Forget 90210, 85254 is the hottest zip code for the Super Bowl, and that’s exactly where this home is located. You are steps from the most desired shopping, golf, scenery, events, casinos, and nightlife. The four-bedroom house is a hot spot on its own with a custom built pool table, personal driver, and private chef for a flat fee of $35,000 a week.
Outdoor TV? Perfect. (Vrbo.com)
Not everyone going to the game? They can gather around the big screen in a room made for football watching, or do so outdoors next to a covered fireplace, a custom built-in bar, and of course, a flat screen TV. When you’re not cheering on your favorite team you can enjoy one of the four bedrooms in this house, the workout room, and the gourmet kitchen for $30,000 a week.
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