For Panthers fans, there might be a worthy alternative to going to the Super Bowl 50 game in the San Francisco Bay Area: renting out Panthers safety Roman Harper’s home in Charlotte, N.C. while he’s away.
The player has listed his apartment on home-sharing service Airbnb for February 7, the day of the game, and will donate the proceeds (it’s currently listed at $5,000 per night) to his charity: Harper’s Hope 41 Foundation. Airbnb says it will match the proceeds.
The lucky guest will get to enjoy a slew of luxury amenities, including a junior Olympic pool, a backyard, a health club, a 70-inch television to watch the game, and a signed football, among other perks.
While Harper’s home listing was obviously planned for the Super Bowl and to help his charity, it wouldn’t be surprising if fans from Denver and North Carolina were also renting out their homes while they travel to California for the game. For the duration of the Super Bowl 50 festivities, the company estimates that a total of 15,000 total guests will stay at Airbnb listings.