Perhaps you have just won the lottery, are lucky enough to earn an absolute fortune or are simply interested in knowing how you could spend £1 million in one day if you had the money. Whatever your situation, here are a few ways to do just that very quickly and very easily.
Buy a Lamborghini
Car retailer, HR Owen keeps a range of brand new Lamborghinis in stock for those days when you really want an impulse buy. Boasting lean, angular looks and sharp lines along with an incredible build quality and immense power, driving around in a Lamborghini is a sure fire way to attract attention from impressed admirers.
Sign up to a dating agency
Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive matchmaking service in the world, Orly The Matchmaker charges fees of anything ranging from $100,000 to $100 million. Her clientele include royalty, celebrities, international movers-and-shakers and anyone else who clearly has too much money.
Buy a dog
The world’s most expensive dog, a Tibetan Mastiff was sold in China for an incredible one million pounds. The dog in question, Hong Dong, stands at nearly three foot tall and weighs more than 80 kg, Known for being fierce guard dogs, the breed has become a well-known status symbol amongst China’s most elite and is rarely found outside of Tibet. If you’re interested you can find out more about Hong Dong here.
Accessorise with a handbag
The latest Hermes signed creations consist of a few very extravagant handbags. In fact, they are so extravagant that £1 million wouldn’t even be enough to buy you one of their exclusive new designs. Made of pure gold and studded with 1,660 diamonds, the main compartment is too small to fit even a pair of sunglasses inside, yet it will set you back 1.5 million Euros. The CEO of Hermes has even described the handbags as ‘complete madness’ but if you are looking for a quick way to spend £1 million and look good in the process, this is definitely the way to do it.
Take the ultimate package holiday
If you want to be a bit more sensible with your £1 million, why not head off on what has been described as the ‘ultimate package holiday?’ It lasts two years and features a bucket list tour of almost 1,000 world-famous tourist sites. Travelling business or first-class all the way, you will stay in some of the most luxurious hotels and visit the most unforgettable sites including Egypt’s pyramids, The Great Wall of China, Machu Pichu and the Vatican City. The cost even includes a £5,000 donation to Unesco so you could embark on your adventure, spend your million and even feel good about it.
So there you have it, five quick and easy ways to spend £1 million in one day. If you don’t fancy spending your fortune on a dog, handbag or trying to find love, you could of course go down the sensible route and opt for a house or even investments. Whatever you choose, happy spending!
About the author: Emily enjoys blogging about luxury lifestyle and beauty trends and spending time with her family.