What do you do when you own the most valuable sports franchise in North America (and second-most valuable in the world), worth a reported $2.1 billion, and you recently built the largest domed stadium in the world for $1.15 billion?
You buy a bus, I guess.
Hey — you gotta spend your cash somewhere, right? You can’t take it with you to the afterlife.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and his associates will be riding in style when they attend the NFL Scouting Combine later this week. The Dallas Morning News reports that Jones just spent a cool $1.5 to $2.5 million on a luxury bus complete with nine televisions, three Blu-ray players, three leather couches, marble counters, Tiffany crystal display cases and, of course, beer coolers and a microwave (you never know when you’ll need to heat up a burrito).
This isn’t purely a show-off purchase for Jones, however. The old Cowboys bus was driven for a reported two million miles over the past few decades and it’s a safe bet that this one will get plenty of use, too.
Check out the photos of the sweet ride below: