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For $20K/night you can rent a Jonas’ house for Super Bowl

For $20K/night you can rent a Jonas’ house for Super Bowl

THAT'S AN EXPENSIVE TRIP: Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle, who are expecting a baby girl. Photo: WENN

Pop star Kevin Jonas is giving fans the chance to experience the Super Bowl in style by offering up four tickets to the big game and the keys to his New Jersey mansion.

The former Jonas Brothers singer and his pregnant wife Danielle recently moved out of their marital home in Denville, New Jersey and placed the pad on the market.

However, the house has yet to be sold, so the dad-to-be has listed the property on vacation rental site AirBnB.com in the hopes of cashing in on the interest in the nearby Super Bowl on Sunday.

The six bedroom, five bathroom spread, which is “just a short drive” to the Super Bowl’s MetLife Stadium, is available to rent until Feb. 9, but it doesn’t come cheap – Jonas is charging $20,000 per night for the accommodation, with four tickets to the game thrown in for good measure.

In the listing description, he writes, “I’m Kevin Jonas, you may know me from my recent TV show with my wife Danielle. We are currently expecting our first baby girl and have moved out of our home to make room for our new family of three. But before we sold the house, we wanted to offer up the opportunity for both music and football fans to have the chance to stay there for the Super Bowl. And I’m even throwing in 4 tickets to the big game!”

Jonas has also promised to give a portion of any proceeds to a children’s charity.

The home is the same mansion featured on the couple’s reality show, Married to Jonas. The pair decided to sell in October, two years after purchasing the pad. It is on sale for $2.2 million.

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