The boom 99.7 Jackpot is now up to $5000!!!
So we scoured the internet to find 5 cool things you could buy RIGHT NOW if you were to win the latest jackpot!
#1. A Brand New Expensive TV
With $5000, you could get this REALLY fancy TV with a REALLY long name… So you know it’s good! Watch the game, watch a movie or just sit in your living room and take in all the glory of this expensive TV!
#2. A REALLY Expensive Burger
At Fluer by Hubert Keller in the Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas you can order the Fluer Burger 5000 for a price of $5,000. The wagyu beef burger is served with foie gras, truffle and a bottle of 1995 Chateau Pétrus. #Fluer #keller #hubertkeller #lasvegas #vegas #mandalaybay #fluerburger #5000 #5K #wagyubeef #burger
You’ll have to pay out of pocket to get there, because the FluerBurger 5000 from Fluer Restaurant in Las Vegas is going to cost you $5000! Made with Wagyu beef and doused with butter, foie gras and sliced black truffles… This masterpiece of meat also comes with a bottle of 1995 Petrus, which can cost $2500 retail ALONE!
#3. That Hot Tub You’ve Always Wanted
If relaxing is more of your thing, you could finally get that hot tub for the back yard you’ve always wanted! This one at Costco goes for $5000 and if you wouldn’t buy it, we probably would!
#4. A Super Cute Puppy
Maybe some of the finer things in life isn’t your thing, but maybe a new puppy is! Chow Chow’s are one of the more expensive breeds to purchase, but they are also probably one of the cutest! Depending where you are in the world, they can cost you up to $5000 from a reputable breeder!
#5. A New Zealand Adventure
Bag End (Bilbo Baggin's house). The Hobbiton movie set is one of the most visited tourist attractions in New Zealand. The land is privately owned by Russel Alexander who is also the general manager of Hobbiton Movie Set Tours. The story of his family farm turning into a film fame amazes me. It was a normal Saturday afternoon in 1998 on the Alexander family farm near Matamata when there was a knock on the door that was to change lives forever. The caller was a film location scout that spotted this ideal setting for the Shire in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy in the middle of Alexander's sheep and beef farm in the rolling hills of the Waikato region. The set was dismantled after the filming of LOTR trilogy due to copyright concerns but with the next The Hobbit trilogy and the need for the same Shire, Alexander was smart enough to negotiate with the producers not to dismantle the set after shooting. Negotiations went well and they rebuilt the set with more durable materials to stand for years to come for visitors to stroll in its pathways. Shooting took only 12 days and at the peak there were more than 400 people working there. Btw the tree on top of the Bag End is a fake one! #thehobbit #lordoftherings #lotr #hobbiton #hobbitonmovieset #shire #bilbobaggins #bagend #hobbithole #waikato #matamata #newzealand #tourist #tour #guidedtour
You could also pack your bags for a once in a lifetime adventure! Get on a plane to Waikato, New Zealand where a week’s stay for 2 can cost you around $5000! But that’s a small price to pay to check out the beautiful landscape where Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit movies were filmed!
Listen weekdays at 8:15am, 10:15am, 1:15pm and 4:15pm for your cue to call. When you hear it, call (613) 750-0997 and caller 9 will have the chance to guess a number between 1 and 99.
Guess wrong and the jackpot grows by $100 every time. Guess it right and you’ll win the entire jackpot!
See the list of previous guessed numbers HERE for your chance to get closer to hitting the Bullseye!