A meal with billionaire investor Warren Buffett is now worth more than $3million.
Lunch with the Berkshire Hathaway CEO, 87, is up for auction to raise money for the Glide Foundation to help the homeless in San Francisco.
As of Friday morning, bids climbed up to a whopping $3.2million and could set a record this year.
An auction lunch date with Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett might set a record this year as bids surpass $3.2million as of Friday
Meals with the famous investor - who has a net worth of $82.6billion - made history in 2012 and 2016 when auction winners paid a pricey $3,456,789 for a meal with the business magnate, marking the most expensive charity item ever sold on eBay.
Last year the auction winner paid nearly $2.7million.
Buffett has worked closely with Glide for years, auctioning off a lunch date with himself for the past 18 years, raising more than $26million for the organization.