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Recently I heard from Tripping.com, which has released data that analyzes the Bay Area vacation rental market as we lead up to the big event.
Here are a few key statistics that they cited:
- Vacation rental prices in the Bay Area are – not surprisingly – extremely high. The sky seems to be the limit here as the average price for an available Bay Area rental listing during Super Bowl Weekend (Feb. 4-8) has hit a jaw-dropping $717, representing a 20 percent increase from January and a 60 percent increase for the months of February and March.
- The city of Santa Clara is also benefitting from its proximity to Levi’s Stadium, where the Bowl will be taking place. The average rate for a vacation rental in Santa Clara during Super Bowl Weekend is $1025 (yes, seriously). That’s a whopping 150 percent more expensive than typical listings during February and March.
- There is no shortage of vacation-rental listings – a grand total of 8470 in the Bay Area, while Santa Clara has 789. There are even a number of Super-Bowl-titled properties (59 in the Bay Area, 19 in Santa Clara).
Looking to avoid traffic before, during and after the Bowl? Check out Sotheby’s map of street closures here.