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Christmas Gifts for Millionaires

Updated on October 19, 2014

Holiday Gift Guide - What to Buy For Millionaires

It's not always easy buying for a millionaire in the family. What can you buy someone who truly has everything or who could afford it? You have to buy quality gifts. You have to buy interesting gifts. You have to be imaginative. If you are, (unfortunately), not a millionaire, you have to be really inventive.

Christmas is coming fast now. How did you make out last season? Now is the time to really think about taking your gift giving ability to the next level. Study the lens and get ready to do your best. It's the thought that counts so get thinking. Get creative. Get busy. Your millionaire really needs a great gift and you can be the one to provide if you follow the tips in this lens. Good luck!

Most millionaires enjoy the quality gold, gems and luxury gifts but they want simple pleasures as well. If you are a poor relative, you can give the millionaire time. Promise to take the Bentley out to have it washed for him. Offer to clean up the millionaire's ski chalet, yacht or beach house. Beware, however: you might have to spend a few days there to get the job done right. Take on those hard labor jobs that the millionaire can't do, doesn't have the time for or can't find a reliable service person to do. You would be happy to crush ice during the millionaire's next social party. You can supervise the pool cleaner and then check the swimming quality of the water. You would be happy to taste test the vintage wine and brandy before the millionaire's next important dinner meeting.

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"A million here, a million there, pretty soon you're talking real money" - Everett Dirksen

Kato Kaelin, the best friend of millionaires.

Maybe your millionaire would savor some quality time free from the distractions of staff, electronics, automatic watering systems. Offer to trade your house to him for a week. That way he will enjoy your carefree life and you will step in to take care of his modern troubles. Maybe he'll even gain insight into the ways of the Amish people thanks to you.

These are all great time savers that any millionaire would be happy to receive. Do it up right, though. Splurge at least $5 for some good quality paper. Print off a sincere-looking gift certificate that documents your dedication to the time saving task that you are giving as a gift. When you give the gift, make sure that you emphasize just how hard you will work at the task. Toast your important gift with some of the millionaire's best scotch to seal the deal.

Now, if you are lucky enough to have a trust fund, an annuity or a great job handling the millionaire's shopping, you might want to peruse the list of tangible gifts for the millionaire that you find below. They are fantastic items for the millionaires and those of us who would like to become one.

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Lamborghini Experience

Everyone, millionaires or not, would love to drive a fantastic sports car. Jeremy Clarkson shows us what it would be like. He gets behind the wheel and makes this baby roar. If you had a million dollars, wouldn't you love to get one yourself? If you don't have a million yet, wouldn't you like your rich friend to have one? You could be close the wheel of this yourself. When you are, you'll be ready for it after you watch the next clip.

Great Cars for Millionaires on YouTube

Millionaire Poll

Christmas gifts for millionaires - money
Christmas gifts for millionaires - money

Shown here is the old US $10,000 bill. While none have been made since 1946, they are still legal for trade. All but a few hundred have been withdrawn and destroyed by the government. The few left in circulation are likely in the hands of millionaires and may be given as gifts this Christmas season. Most people would be very pleased to receive one on Christmas Day.

You may be surprised to know that very high value notes like this were once made. In fact, there were $500, $1000, and even $100,000 bills made in the past. If you are like most people, you will rarely see a $20, let alone the big $50 or $100 bills. Luckily there are still $1 bills around, the workhorses of commerce.

Dodge Hemi Power

Truly an amazing machine, the Dodge 426 Hemi was a powerful V8 engine. Available in only a few models, and rarely shipped back in the day, this engine was rare when new. Since then, time has resulted in the gradual loss of many of these. Today, a millionaire would be hard pressed to get one in great condition. Still, it is worthy of suggestion if you know someone with the means to acquire such an amazing vehicle.

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Pauper's Poll

Have you found some useful gift ideas for millionaires so far?

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Millionaire Duel Debate

Does money buy happiness?

Yes, it is what makes the world go round!

Yes, it is what makes the world go round!

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    • Gardener Don 4 years ago

      Din't know - never had much money.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      It can make for a lot of happiness if distributed wisely and generously.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      It can do but it can also cause much unhappiness too.

    • Heather Burns 5 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      If you know how to use it wisely it sure helps make the ride smoother:)

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      If you are fortunate enough to find the right malls!

    • lesliesinclair 5 years ago

      money makes bundles of charity of the best sorts - possible

    • stylishimo1 5 years ago

      I think it is down to the type of person you are, I think money can make some people insecure in themselves, and of course having none is awful, but it is all reletive - when you have money you probably just have different things to worry about than when you have none. When you don't have money you can't afford to see your family, when you do have money maybe you can't see them because you are working all the time...I guesse I will say that money makes the world go round because I think it would make me happy.

    • theoxingyi lm 5 years ago

      Money buys time, isn't time happiness?

    • budakoyot 6 years ago

      aburizal bakri says:

      yes, money make me happy

      \(^o^ )/


    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Have a Coke, I did.

    No, but it lets you choose your own misery.

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      • stella vadakin 9 months ago from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619

        Money is nice and it sure can help if used right. I am poor but happy!

      • TanjaCrouch 3 years ago

        If used smartly, it can buy a lot of opportunities

      • MexicoTravel 4 years ago

        No, but better be happy and rich than happy and poor :)

      • AstroGremlin 4 years ago

        "I've been rich and I've been poor and rich is better."

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        It just hasn't proved to work that way but I'm willing to give it a try. The secret seems to be if you have the money or the money has you....what fun it would be to be crazy generous!

      • Stacy Birch 5 years ago

        It won't make happy, but it cam make things more easy.

      • Wendy Hughes 5 years ago from Charlotte

        Having all the money one can imagine does NOT prevent having the same emotions as those "less fortunate." Being a millionaire myself--yeah right--I imagine, laugh, get irritated, smile, get blue, curse, lose socks just like the next girl on a daily basis :) Cheers and "KEEP SMILIN' !" ~Wendy

      • SaintFrantic 5 years ago

        No, money want buy you happiness.

      • justholidays 5 years ago

        No, and it even destroys the world. Millionaires should take advantage of their present lives as they will soon come to an end... With all revolts... the world is about to turn into revolution ;)

        I've never thought that money would buy happiness but indeed, as some say, it's easier to cry in a Mercedes than on a bicycle ;)

      • vauldine 5 years ago

        Never! That is why I say that being a millionare does not consit only of money but other virtues as well. Maslow hiarchey of basis human neeed which have to be fullfilled.

      • hayleylou lm 6 years ago

        No, but I wouldn't mind a little :)

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        Money cannot buy happiness but lack of it is a cause of misery.

      • sheilamarie78 6 years ago


        I can laugh and I don't have a dime!

      • MobyD 6 years ago

        No, but it can probably rent it for a while.

      • livingfrontiers 6 years ago

        Nope! most people are poor and happy...

      • anonymous 6 years ago

        Money itself is misery.

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          Lorelei Cohen 6 years ago from Canada

          Now this is a very cute idea...I wish I had a millionaire in the family to buy for :)

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          javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @Lady Lorelei: Every family needs one. Keep publishing those great lenses and you'll be one someday!

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          livingfrontiers 6 years ago

          I think you have made a wonderful list for anyone, diamonds, how about a homemade cookie plate? angel blessings!

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          javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @livingfrontiers: Did you see the cartoon movie Ratatouille? The effect of simple food on people can be amazing, even on millionaires.

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          LisaDH 6 years ago

          This lens made me smile. Very creative!

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          MobyD 6 years ago

          Good lens with a droll sense of humor, er humour (I notice you're Canadian). Who knows, someone might even buy something pricey off this lens and that would feel good.

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          squid-janices7 6 years ago

          Thanks for all the great I know just what to get my husband ;)

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          AnnaleeBlysse 6 years ago

          Nice lens!

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          budakoyot 6 years ago

          @LisaDH: yeah me to ^__^

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          sheilamarie78 6 years ago

          I don't know that publishing squidoo lenses could make one a millionnaire! Dream on!

          Cute lens, though. I liked your quiz. I aced it!

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          javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @sheilamarie78: 500,000 lenses in tier two equals a million dollar a month.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          It really must be a difficult thing to buy an amazing gift for a millionaire

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          Mary 6 years ago from Chicago area

          1500 bucks for tea -- wow! this is a super fun topic :) thanks so much for the visits & blessings!

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          hayleylou lm 6 years ago

          I do !

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          Philippians468 6 years ago

          i would love to be a blessing to others with the finances. cheers

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          tiff0315 6 years ago

          This made me smile . . . If only, right?

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          javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @Philippians468: You have the right attitude. You're there to help those more fortunate souls.

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          vauldine 5 years ago

          I am already one without a million dollars in cash!

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          javr 5 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          Is the TV show still on the air?

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          justholidays 5 years ago

          LOL. No thank, I don't wanna be a millionaire but would definitely like that excellent juke box featured on this page!

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          tonymoreira lm 5 years ago

          just comfortable is fine!

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          SaintFrantic 5 years ago

          Yes, Who.

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          stylishimo1 5 years ago

          Very funny lens, made me laugh! I loved the idea about swapping houses as a gift, there are some millionairs that pay to be kidnapped for a fun experience, so maybe a week living in a tenement on employment benift or somesuch holiday would appeal too, they could rent a whole block for team building exercises. I could be sitting on a gold mine lol!

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          lesliesinclair 5 years ago

          yes, I have a need to house my adult brain injured son. You know we support the latest lifesaving methods, but often then abandon the survivors

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          Fitness2go 5 years ago

          Is that $10,000 bill real? lol

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          mockingbird999 5 years ago

          Millionaires can be hard to buy for.

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          pawpaw911 5 years ago

          Not sure why I looked at this, I'm not a millionaire, and I don't know any, but it was fun to look at anyway.

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          Andy 5 years ago from London, England

          Great idea for a lens and good fun, although a lot of millionaires are quite frugal and don't like wasting money (which is how they become millionaires) so I'd be happy with something inexpensive and fun.

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          anonymous 5 years ago

          I'll settle for a bottle of the best bubbly! :)

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          sushilkin lm 5 years ago

          like the video Great Cars for Millionaires

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          DanielTiley 5 years ago

          Informative and fun as always

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          ICanCook 5 years ago

          Of course, we all want to be a millionaire.

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          Heather Burns 5 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

          I want to be a multi millionaire. Think of all the good that money could fund:) More money=more charity. Merry Christmas!

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          Stacy Birch 5 years ago

          I only have one relative my money, he doesn't spend sister gave him socks and one year he gave my mom and uncle sparkling apple cider.

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          skefflingecho 5 years ago from Tobermory Ontario

          If it happens, it happens and it'd be fun, but I wouldn't feel I missed out if I never got to be a millionaire. Love this lens. Blessed!

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          johnsja 4 years ago

          I was very curious when I saw your lens topic. Good job. If I find a millionaire on my Christmas "to buy for" list I'll know what to do!

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          Camden1 4 years ago

          I'll be all ready to buy gifts if I ever make friends with a millionaire!

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          Would not mind being a millionaire for just a Day to see if I can get used to the idea.

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          nicolane 4 years ago

          I do!

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          Deborah Carr 4 years ago from Orange County, California

          I don't have any millionaires who are expecting a gift from me, but I love the ideas you have here! Perhaps if I become a millionaire, I'll pick up a few! LOL

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          victoriahaneveer 4 years ago

          Ha ha, funny lens!

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          VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

          A hilarious and fun lens. Thanks!

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @Fitness2go: It is real but they haven't been printed for quite a few years.

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @DeborahDian: Be sure to come back and buy some items if you happen to win the lottery yourself.

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          Tea Pixie 4 years ago

          This is so funny! I was expecting to learn about a wide variety of ways to give where money is not involved. My experience is that people who have money don't value money. They value everything that can be experienced, learned, or acquired without money. Things like prestige - that thing that us poor people laugh about. ;)

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          loveanime22 4 years ago

          great gifts for millionaires

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          WriterJanis2 4 years ago

          Very fun lens.

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          You had so much fun with this that is contagious! Now, I don't want to sound too picky but I couldn't help but notice the canon though nicely priced at $1,888.00 it has been used....wondering if you have any new ones in stock.

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          anonymous 4 years ago

          Also, Kato is a nice touch, lol!

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          AstroGremlin 4 years ago

          Funny lens! Ah, the challenge of shopping for a millionaire is a problem I would like to have.

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          rawwwwwws lm 4 years ago

          Thanks for sharing this! This such a fun clens.

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @lesliesinclair: You deserve a million dollars. Seriously.

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @anonymous: The products change all the time. In December, 2012, a used cannon was shown. It was over 200 years old. Perhaps it was used by a multi-millionaire potentate to defend his hoard of wealth. Perhaps a distant ancestor of Kato Kaelin helped by firing that device for his friend.

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @Stacy Birch: Perhaps your relative needs help. Send him to this lens. Thanks!

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @Andy-Po: Agreed. That's why there is no wasteful items in this lens.

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          javr 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

          @pawpaw911: Bookmark and come back when you are a millionaire.

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          ThisGirlWrites 4 years ago

          The amazonite and ruby jewelry are to die for! Can I pretend to be a millionaire just for the super cool gifts?

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          crashrat 4 years ago

          What a fun idea! Thanks much :)

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          Gardener Don 4 years ago

          Someday maybe I'll have money and will be able to compare the lifestyles!

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          TanjaCrouch 3 years ago

          I worked for a multi-millionaire who we often said would "jump over a quarter to save a dime" but, to me, she was generous at Christmas and when we were saving for our first home...

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          Ethan 3 years ago from London

          a great list of things we should expect for the future :D

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