SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — You can still find a room for Super Bowl weekend but it’s going to cost you. Try $879 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown San Francisco. A few blocks away at the Omni Hotel a room will run you four grand.

At the (usually) far more affordable La Luna Inn in San Francisco’s Marina District, where rooms typically go for around $99 a night, you can expect to pay three times as much.

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Manager Scott Williford knows there’s likely to be sticker shock when guests phone in for room rates.

“You’re not expecting to get quoted, y’know, $300 … or high-$289 rate. It might catch you by surprise,” he says.

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That’s considered a below-average rate according to travel website TripAdvisor. So far, the cheapest rates are in Santa Cruz, at $273/night. Oakland has the second-best rates averaging $286/night. San Francisco is among the most expensive with an average room rate of $479.

Not only are the rates steep but a lot of Bay Area hotels are locking guests in.

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At the La Luna Inn, for example, there’s a 3-night minimum, the payment must be in advance and there are no refunds.