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Big Bucks Gets You A Night At ‘Jersey Shore’ House

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FILE  - An Aug. 4, 2011 file photo shows the cast members of MTV's "Jersey Shore" at their television home in Seaside Heights, N.J.   Fans of sthe television show can rent the house for $2,500 a night.  (AP Photo/Mel Evans/file)

FILE – An Aug. 4, 2011 file photo shows the cast members of MTV’s “Jersey Shore” at their television home in Seaside Heights, N.J. Fans of sthe television show can rent the house for $2,500 a night. (AP Photo/Mel Evans/file)

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SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ (CBSNewYork/AP) – If you ever wanted to spend a night at the “Jersey Shore” house, now you can, but it will cost you a pretty penny. 

Fans of the MTV reality show who want a firsthand look at the gym-tan-laundry lifestyle will have to dish out $2,500 a night to stay at the Seaside Heights home.

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Renters will have access to the duck phone and the double bed in the Smush Room. But they won’t find the usual mess because the landlord cleaned the place.
 
Renter Joe Ambrosini of Philadelphia tells the Asbury Park Press people were taking his picture anytime he went out of the deck. The 33-year-old says it was like “buying 15 minutes of fame.”
 
Another renter, Jennifer Bauer of Toms River, says it was cool sleeping in the same bedrooms where the cast stayed. But Bauer brought her own sheets and didn’t sleep under the covers.

MTV wrapped up production of the show’s fifth season in Seaside Heights this summer.

Seaside Heights Mayor P. Kenneth Hershey says the local economy gets a boost when the cast is in the town.

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