Frugal Celebrities

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Frugal CelebritiesFrugal Celebrities, When it comes to splashing money around will not find more publicity than a celebrity, and with some of the biggest movie stars and singers that millions of people move like a chocolate bar, why should not they to do? When Victoria Beckham was seen for the first time with her four gold iPhone, reports suggest that the device was a 24-karat iPhone Stuart Hughes apparently worth more than £ 20,000, although the rumor was quickly denied by the team Beckham’s public relations and said the price would be less than £ 1,000 for a gold standard iPhone. These are not the celebrities frugal options.

If you think the iPhone is stupidly expensive you should see another, which costs about £ 5 million, including 100 carats of diamonds. You can read more about this device here, but the cheaper versions have been purchased by a number of entertainment stars like Stefano Gabbana and Karl Lagerfeld. Other high-priced devices that target the rich and famous include a 4G iPod Touch Gold 24CT over £ 200,000 (we wonder if one will touch iPod 5G), 4 white iPhone with diamonds and 20,000, an iPhone and 3 million 3G, Nintendo Wii and even a solid 22ct gold by more than 400,000 y. You may also want to read this article that looks at some of the most expensive purchases of celebrities, including gold devices for aircraft.

Anyone who has studied the frugality will understand that means aimed at the recruitment of different products, including devices, in a way that is more moderate and this is especially the case when it comes to prices. This may be easier for those of us with regular income, but the hard thing for celebrities to be frugal?

You may be surprised to know that there are some in the celebrity world, and that includes Jay Leno, Queen Elizabeth, Mick Jagger, Teri Hatcher Tiger Woods, according to this article.

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