What Would You Buy With a $50 Million Powerball Win?
Last Updated: Tuesday 9th May 2017, 12:37 pm
Fingers throughout Australia are firmly crossed ahead of Thursday’s Powerball draw when the top prize on offer will be an astonishing $50 million. So how would you spend such a vast sum of money?
Powerball’s premium prize has been rolling over since Thursday 30th March, meaning players are hungrier than ever taste victory. There’s no doubting that a win this week could prove life-changing and would result in a cheerful goodbye to any financial worries you might have as you start enjoying life to its fullest. But where to begin? Well, you could start by investing in a new home; perhaps a spacious seven-bedroom family residence on the banks of the Brisbane River, valued at just under $12 million, or a luxury apartment that overlooks the spectacular views of Sydney harbour for $3.3 million?
Then there’s the matter of your motor. With so much cash in the bank, you would be spoiled for choice when it came to selecting a fresh set of wheels. If supercars really get you revving, a Koenigsegg Regera would set you back a mere $2.5 million, while a Lamborghini Veneno Roadster could be picked up for $4.4 million. There would also be the option to go classical, with a 1961 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spider costing around $25.1 million.
There are plenty of other aspects of your life you could upgrade, too. You could treat yourself to a new wardrobe, including the world’s most expensive shirt for just $62,582 from Eton Shirts Ltd. The item comes complete with coloured diamonds on the buttons and cufflinks. In addition, you could go on a wild shopping spree, clothing your body from head to toe in the latest designer labels, including Burberry and Louis Vuitton. You could even dine like a royal, sampling the finest foods as you stack your fridge full of beluga caviar and wagyu beef, taken from cows that receive regular massages as they are reared. The possibilities would be almost limitless.
This is the biggest Powerball jackpot since January 2016, so missing out is not an option. You can play online or pick up a ticket at any authorised retailer across the country. Best of luck!