University Football Rentals Launches New Website for Florida State – to Allow Local Homeowners to Rent their Home for FSU Football Games

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University Football Rentals is a successful family of websites that allow football fans to rent local homes in the neighborhoods right by the stadium for reasonable rates. Visit

Due to expensive hotel rates and sold out lodging during Florida State Football home weekends in Tallahassee, FL; the University Football Rentals family of websites has added a new website for Florida State Football Fans. allows football fans to rent houses within blocks of the stadium for reasonable rates.

The University Football Rentals family of websites has focused on the college town market for over 8 years providing a better Football Weekend experience for the entire family. The website is very simple to use and offers a listing of nice homes for rent during football weekends in neighborhoods near campus. Some are just a few blocks from the stadium.

Weekend rates range from $500 - $2500, depending on the size of the house or apartment. University Football Rentals CEO and Founder Mike Doyle explains the appeal of renting a home for a football weekend, “It is great for friends, families, and alumni groups that are heading back for a game. They can keep the whole group together and have space to relax and reconnect. They avoid the hassle of being stuck in traffic before and after the game. Once a family experiences a home rental for a football weekend, they come back year after year.”

For questions, feel free to email info(at)universityfootballrentals(dot)com or call the toll free number 855-BIG-GAME. We have a full staff of customer service agents that are ready to answer all questions from both homeowners and renters.

Renting a local home near the stadium provides families the chance to experience all of the great excitement of a full football weekend – the pep rally, the student shows around campus, and the full tailgating experience – without any of the hassles like traffic, long drives, or cramped remote accommodations.

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