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January 31, 2007

Albany--  Many of you are using the rental road to get as close to the Super Bowl action as possible.

Rent-A-Center usually sees an increase in big-screen television rentals during Super Bowl week. They have sets of all shapes and sizes, from plasma and LCD to High Definition.

So far, the week has been slow but management says by Super Bowl weekend, the hefty televisions will fly off of the shelves.

"Probably clear the store out. That's what our whole goal is because we know it's a big season and we're just trying to get all of them out as fast as we can," said Rent-A-Center Assistant Manager Edward Harper, Jr.

You can rent a big screen for as little as 40 bucks.

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