Mr Beast Tries Flights in Economy to First Class Range from $1 vs $500,000 Plane Ticket!
It’s not unusual to see the Blimp at the Daytona 500. It’s something that’s been going on for a long time.
If you were at this year’s race, you might have seen a different blimp circling overhead, with a different message.
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It was a demonstration of different treatments in the air, in a video called “$1 vs. $500,000 Plane Ticket!
By Sunday evening, the video had been viewed nearly 42 million times.
A single dollar gave him a ride in a rickety plane behind a pilot named Doug.
For $10,000, they moved to an A380 with individual luxury cubicles with giant TVs and built-in drink fridges, as well as a private lounge and a bathroom with a shower. (Wifi was still an extra 20 bucks, though.)
$25,000 on Singapore Airlines, Donaldson said was the world’s most expensive commercial flight, got his crew private rooms upstairs in the plane with queen-size beds, and a personal attendant.
Would you pay this much for a single flight? Donaldson asked his buddies and on-camera helpers, Karl Jacobs, Nolan Hansen, Chandler Hallow, Karl Jacobs, and Chris Tyson.
“Buy a car instead,” Jacobs said.
Donaldson spent $100,000, multiple rooms, and a private bedroom on a private plane and bought a $300,000 blimp.
MrBeast sails blimp over Daytona 500
Colin Daily, the photographer who spotted it at DeLand Municipal Airport, paid to have it wrapped with a message honoring his friend Karl’s mother because why not?
“Oh, and I forgot to mention. We are flying this blimp to over 150,000 people at the world’s largest race car event, and Karl has no idea.
The fans roared as the blimp sailed around the track with multiple cheers for Karl’s mom.
Donaldson asked how his “dumb friends” compared after talking to the crewmember. “I guess I’d say it’s pretty dumb,” the man said as one of MrBeast’s crew rolled past them on the floor.