It’s nearly that time of year again. When Americans pit themselves against neighbors, friends, and family in the greatest internal rivalry since the American Civil War–the Super Bowl.
But despite this battle mentality, our country unites for this grand game. While over 100 million people around the U.S. will tune in from their homes and neighborhood sports bars for the annual American tradition, more than 100,000 people will gather in the greater New York area to partake in the Super Bowl festivities or to attend the game itself–or both.
In the travel industry, this means lots of occupied hotel rooms, as well as prices that are almost four times more expensive than the going average. And many of these rooms were booked by advanced planners who made reservations an entire year ago. But, not everyone who bought early will be using those hotel rooms for themselves. Whether you booked your hotel reservation with the intention of selling it or you just can’t make it to the Super Bowl like you planned to, Roomer is here to help. Here’s how it works.