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Enjoy A Super Bowl Sleepover At Roman Harper's Airbnb Listing

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | February 05, 2016

Enjoy A Super Bowl Sleepover At Roman Harper's Airbnb Listing

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Unfortunately, it’s supposedly rude or, some say, illegal to host a Super Bowl shindig at your favorite athlete’s home. Thankfully, Roman Harper is solving that conundrum for a lucky few.

According to this very Airbnb listing (h/t Bleacher Report), you can kick up your feet and watch Roman Harper play in the Super Bowl as you watch the Super Bowl from Roman Harper’s house.

How meta is that?

Harper was happy to ballyhoo the rental on Twitter earlier in the week:

READ MORE: How Much Are Fans Spending on a Hotel Room for Super Bowl 50?

As most of you know, the safety is in Santa Clara for work this weekend. The Panther is playing in the Super Bowl. Perhaps you’ve heard of it.

Here he is hard at work with Mr. Snoop Dogg.

Back to the listing.

The Charlotte location is listed at just $5,000 a night, which is a steal when you consider the story that is sure to come from this stay.

The best part is the money will go to a good cause: “For those who book, we will donate all proceeds to Harper's Hope 41 Foundation (501c3) that helps enable us to prepare today's youth for tomorrow's challenges, and Airbnb will match the proceeds.”

Now Bleacher Report states this all can be had “along with a maximum of two friends.”

However, that point might be up for conjecture. The listing itself states the accommodations are for two guests.

Harper also adds: “I'd love to invite you and a guest to experience Super Bowl 50 in my house.”

It seems like this is the kind of party relegated to just a couple of football fans.

Maximum of two guests? That’s not a party, that’s an invitation for an awkward pause in the conversation. At best this allows for a rather in-depth discussion on whether Bruno Mars or Beyonce wore it better at halftime.

But this is still an opportunity for a blast as the home also boasts a 70-inch TV, swimming pool and billiards lounge.

Pets, cleats and actual footballs should be left at home.

READ MORE: WATCH: FAA Warns That Super Bowl Is ‘No Drone Zone’

Other than that, folks in the Charlotte area have themselves a real decision to make. Do they merely have their friends and family over at their place for free, or do they drop $5,000 on a private affair where you can actually hear the commercials?

Seems like an easy choice. 

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