For the third time in franchise's 85-year history, the Philadelphia Eagles are going to the Super Bowl where they will face off against the New England Patriots. Following the Eagles' 38-7 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship Game, the Philly faithful went a little too hard celebrating their team's Super Bowl appearance, which left a bad taste in the mouths of Vikings fans. 

Now, Vikings fans are getting the last laugh as Reddit user Frontstunderel claims Minneapolis Airbnb renters are reportedly preventing Eagles fans from having a place to stay for the weekend of Super Bowl 52. 

According to AirbnbWATCH, the independent front group for hotels, a typical three-day weekend in Minneapolis would cost an average of $311. However, a three-day weekend during Super Bowl 52 will likely come out to more than $15,000.

"Airbnb asks all hosts to follow their local rules and regulations, including their HOA," a spokesperson for Airbnb told NBC Sports Philadelphia. "We have zero tolerance for discrimination of any kind and we are excited to welcome football fans — for both the Patriots and Eagles — to Minneapolis next Sunday. We are always happy to help when plans change unexpectedly, and in this instance, we were able to rebook the guest in another listing."