6 things to buy with $22m (and your chance to win it!)
BY NOW you should have your entry into our Gold Lotto competition that will see someone go home with 27,000 chances to win the whopper $22 million Superdraw on June 18.
That's a System 19 entry valued at more than $19,000. Yep, it's a big deal. And someone in the ARM footprint will be the lucky winner!
A minor prize will also be won at every site giving someone 1000 chances of winning, with an entry worth $650.
So in anticipation of the win, we've spent the $22 million for you! Here are six things you could buy with $22 million…
- The whole of Jerry Seinfeld's rare car collection: But you'd have to find the buyers first. In March this year, Seinfeld sold off his cars, including a 1959 Porsche 718 RSK which reportedly sold for nearly $3 million. The least expensive of the collection went for $99,999 at auction, with the entire collection worth $22 million.
- The penthouse atop The Toaster building in Sydney: This was bought by hotel baron Sam Arnaout for $22 million in July last year and with views pretty much licking distance from the Sydney Opera House, you can almost see why.
- Johnathan Thurston for 22 years: With an annual salary of $1 million, he might just come hang out at your place for 22 years seeing as you'll be able to match the price. Worth a shot.
- The Storm Coaster at Sea World: Worth $20 million, you'd at least have $2 million left over if you purchased this wild rollercoaster at the Gold Coast's Sea World. Maybe you could get Thurston for two years?
- 52 Hermes handbags: At a ridiculous $417,000 each the Hermes Himalayan Niloticus Crocodile Diamond Birkin handbag is the world's most expensive handbag. And you could be walking around with 52 of them all at once.
- Three-quarters of the world's most expensive watch: You won't be able to afford the whole thing, but maybe you could bargain with a cash offer. The Breguet Grande Complication Marie-Antoinette is valued at a vomit-worthy $30 million. For a watch! It doesn't even have a wrist strap! It's currently on show at the LA Mayer museum.
Don't forget to get your name in our competition HERE - you've got to be in it to win it.