March Madness is days away. March ticket madness began moments after Selection Sunday. So which region has the most expensive tickets?
For this year’s tournament, prices have moved considerably in two of the four regions. Here is a breakdown of each region.
Eastern Regionals: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York; Avg. Price: $499 South Regionals: FedEx Forum, Memphis, Tennessee; Avg. Price: $230 Western Regionals: Honda Center, Anaheim, California; Avg. Price: $302 Midwest Regionals: Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, In; Avg. Price: $205
For a complete breakdown of ticket prices for each region, and what’s going to directly affection those prices over the length of the tournament, consult this handy guide.
Before today, the world record insurance policy was purchased by an unnamed American entertainer for $100 million dollars. World records, no matter how absurd, were meant to be broken.
A $201 million policy, purchased today by a mystery tech billionaire, beats the previous record by $100 million. Maybe beats isn’t a strong enough word.
The policy was sold by a Santa Barbara, California based company named SG. SG is a global advisory firm specializing in complex financial solutions for wealthy clients. SG isn’t naming names because they wouldn’t be in the business they are if they did name names.
Spring Break means mini-vacations for the rich kids. Growing up, you weren’t a rich kid.
This Easter, bag the Disney doldrums and jet to the Boca Raton Resort & Club, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, and drop a couple colored eggs on a rest and recharge under the same natural sun lamp that keeps nanna looking so fresh.
“Festivities kick off on Saturday, April 19 at the Mad Hatter’s Silly Spring Party with bounce houses, carnival games, “Bunny Hop” sack races, face painters, balloon artists and live music. On Sunday, a sunrise service will be held on the resort’s private beach followed by an egg hunt featuring over 10,000 colorful eggs filled with toys and candy scattered about the resort’s golf course, a hunt for more eggs than the White House lawn. An Easter Bunny Brunch Buffet from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. will feature carving stations, holiday favorites and delicious desserts. As a special highlight, the Easter Bunny will also make appearances throughout the weekend’s events.”
After the kids make you find every single last egg of the 10,000, spend some alone time exploring the half-mile stretch of private beach. Established in 1926, the landmark location features five unique styles of guest rooms and suites, many with water views of the Atlantic and Intracoastal Waterway.
The joint boasts two 18-hole championship golf courses, tennis as good as the pros play, a full-service 32-slip marina, seven swimming pools, three state-of-the-art fitness centers; a surf school and a basically any sport on water you can imagine.
The damage to your Easter bread? About $364 per night and $85 per head for the buffet. Kids eat slightly cheaper.
“From June 4-8, 2014, three-time World Dance Champion and ‘Dancing With The Stars’ favorite, Louis Van Amstel will lead a program highlighted by three partner-free LaBlast dance fitness classes.
Also included in a four-night LaBlast Retreat hotel package are luxury suite accommodations with complimentary upgrade to the next suite category and meet and greet with the dance teacher and Emmy nominated choreographer.”
Besides playing tapa-tapa-tapa with a former mirror ball competitor, the all-inclusive includes a guaranteed ocean view, a la carte gourmet meals at a slew of specialty restaurants, 24-hour in-suite service, a fitness center and Tom Bergeron massaging your tired tootsies every evening.
Cate Blanchett won the Best Actress Oscar at the 2014 Academy Awards. She probably felt like a million dollars. She looked even pricier.
Blanchett’s total Oscars outfit was an estimated $18.1 million dollars, according to Vogue magazine. Her embellished nude dress from the Armani Prive Fall 2013 Collection carries a price tag estimated at $100,000. The jewels – all of which was on loan – pushed Blanchett’s outfit cost over-the-top.
Her Chopard-designed earrings had 62 opals set in white gold and wore a brown diamond bracelet and a pear-shaped diamond ring, both also from Chopard, pushed the total damage over $18 million.
Second runner-up was Charlize Theron who sadly only sported a $15 million dollar get-up.
Men could learn a great deal from the ladies about functional yet fashionable drinking. Instead of trendy and traditional pocket flasks why not consider wearable elixirs? Pocket the boring old time flasks, ladies, and pick up the Cynthia Rowley flask bracelet.
Necessity is the mother of invention, and this flask is the perfect example. Pick your poison and fill this functioning flask to keep cool on a hot day or ward off the winter chill. Functioning flask in cuff bracelet made of stainless steel. Can hold up to 3 ounces of liquid, the equivalent of 2 shots. Inner Circumference: 7.5 inches.
Wear your hearts on your sleeves and your favorite drink on your wrist.
For the outfit that needs a little extra power to be super.
Get in on the action with these combat boots featuring a mixed Marvel Comics print on the soft material, lace-up construction with metal eyelets and rugged hiking boot sole. They also have an exposed inner side zipper for easy entry and a round toe. Continue reading →
Firearms are not the purchase on which to skimp. Especially when playing weekend gunslinger.
The SO Sparviere features a unique, Beretta innovative system to open the two sideplates and get access to the inside firing mechanism. The classic Beretta sidelocks can be easily and rapidly break open to the side, by actioning the safety/barrel selector. Continue reading →
To waste in a foolish manner…specifically money
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