Millionaires camping, in a tent? Seriously, only if there was another for the butler. But when you see tent pegs that have built-in LEDs to light up the tent, you have to admit it would be tempting to try. Fire up the diamond-covered gas stove Jeeves!
The blurb says: "Let the lotto numbers pick themselves for you! Just shake, shake, shake the $8 pen, and let the selected numbers be your lucky guide to winning. The unique 'Baby Rattle' design features lotto type balls with numbering on 2 sides for easy viewing. Good for Mega Millions and Powerball.”
We suggest you stick to the Silver Lotto System - but have a laugh at this!
This is what $1,000 buys every jackpot lottery winner - chicken wings cooked by celebrity chef Jonathon Cheban (right) of The Ainsworth in New York City.
The wings are brined in a lemon and bay leaf mix for 12 hours before they are fried and dunked in liquid gold. The wings are coated in 24k gold dust worth $200 each.Read More
Antiques dealer Mike Antonucci won £2.8 million, seen here with then-fiancee Kelly Arkins. PHOTO: David McHugh
Cars, holidays, wow moments - here's what UK lottery winners have spent their money on over the years. Some of the items are quite conventional. But others - like the trouser press - are individual taste.Read More
Adrian and wife Gillian celebrate their EuroMillions win of nearly £150Million at Down Hall Country House Hotel in Hatfield Heath, Hertfordshire. PHOTO: Daily Mail
From music store to multi-millionaire. That's the start of the story for EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford, who together with wife Gillian won £148.6 Million (US$191M).
The couple were at home comforting their crying young son when they learned they had won the second biggest lottery jackpot in historyRead More
There’s only 132 rocks on earth that have been identified as coming from Mars, which is why some rich guy paid over $450,000 for it. Any lottery winner could have also bought a letter from physicist Albert Einstein too, for only $3 million. See them all – they’re fascinating!