5 Things You Can Buy with Saturday's Jackpot of $384M, and 1 You Can't
What can you buy with $384 million dollars (or $239.7 million for the cash option)? After roughly 40 percent is taken out for taxes, you would still have $143,820,000 to spend.
Owning your own private jet is varied depending on the model and size. You could spend anywhere from $3 million to $90 million, according to Bankrate.com. But the operating costs could be as much as $4 million dollars a year depending on how often you fly and the cost of fuel.
High Rolling Hotel
You can spend the next 5.25 years or 1,917 nights living the life of luxury in the Grand Penthouse at The Mark Hotel in NYC. The Grand Penthouse boasts five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a dining room that seats 24 in the 12,000-square-foot suite. The nightly price is a cool $75,000. The cheapest room at The Mark is about $500 a night.
The Grand Penthouse, The Mark Hotel
All the McDonald's Chicken McNuggets you want in the world
If you ordered 28,764,00 20 pieces at $5 each, you would have 575,280,000 Chicken McNuggets.
This idea came from our Facebook fan Nathan Goebel. Thanks, Nathan!
Islands for Sale
You can buy all three of these islands in the Bahamas.
Big Sampson Cay for $18,000,000.
Spectabilis Island for $62,000,000.
Cave Cay for $60,000,000.
The most expensive toilet paper in the world for the next year.
You could buy 110 rolls of the fancy toilet paper to last you the next year. However, you have to wait a bit because the manufacturer, Toilet Paper Man, has only made one roll ... which has already been sold.
One thing you can't buy is a recently purchased painting by Leonardo da Vinci called "Salvator Mundi" which sold for $450,000,000 according to The Telegraph.