Theres the Tesla for the masses , available at just $35,000 (compared to their other models, which range from$68,000 to $140,000 ). After the electric-vehicle tax credit , youll have $7,000 or so left over tofund your honeymoon. 3) Feed 350school children, on weekends, for an entire school year: $35,000 The average amount spent on catering at a wedding in 2016 was $71 per guest. Now, the full price of a weddingcould provide food for350 school childrenon the weekends. According to its website, the nonprofit organization Blessings in a Backpack provides food to 89,000 children whoget free meals at school but cant always count on being fed over the weekends. 4) Tiny home: $35,000 An in-progress tiny home,projected to ultimately cost around $35,000. (TinyHouseBlog.com) In a tiny home (typically 300 square feet), youd have no room for wedding gifts anyway, so good thing youre skipping the nuptials.The Tiny House Blog puts the average contractor-built tinyhouseat $35,000 , though theres quite a range out there. 5) Go on $35,000 worth of extravagant dinner dates Lets see:For about$16,000, two people can dine at the worlds 12 most expensive restaurants according to this list from Forbes in New York, Spain, France, Japan, Beverly Hills and more. That leaves about $20,000 left over for airfare and hotels, which should do just fine as long as youre not flying first-class and staying at the worlds most expensive hotels.
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