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Ever wondered how much money Bruce Wayne spends on being Batman? Ever wondered if maybe it was something you could achieve?
Well, if you have $700 million stashed away, you’re in the right neighborhood. That’s how much it would cost you to dress, drive, live and train to be Batman, according to a graphic once put together by MoneySupermarket.com. Wayne Manor is worth $137 million. And even billionaires have to pay property taxes and maintenance. Bruce Wayne drops roughly $1.6 million annually on his property.
To drive the Batmobile, the Bat-bike and the Bat-copter, you will need to spend roughly $79.5 million. And that doesn’t even factor in filling up those vehicles at the gas station. We assume they take premium.