A man from Singapore recently won lunch with Warren Buffett—but it’s going to cost him more than $2 million, reports CNBC.com.

That’s because the man entered an online bidding contest run by the San Francisco-based Glide Foundation, which annually offers to set up lunch between Buffett and a top bidder.

CNBC adds last year’s auction winner paid $1,001,000 to attend the lunch. Read more.

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