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Luxurious, shiny and pink, with that hip California aesthetic, insurance insiders can only wonder: how much would it cost to insure Barbie’s glamorous lifestyle?
Erie Insurance crunched the numbers on Barbie’s dream life: her 4,900-square-foot dreamhouse that would cost upwards of $22 million in the real world, a pink customized Corvette convertible, 30-foot motorhome and more.
In a press statement on why Barbie should consider bundling her policies to save money, Erie said her home, with all the high-end extras and finishes, would cost anywhere from $7,000 to $8,000 a year to insure. Her car and camper, with all its bells and whistles, would cost $22,763 a year.
The insurer goes on to say that if “Barbie was able to secure policies with Erie, she would save more than $4,000 by bundling! She could use those savings to buy, I don’t know...maybe a pink motorcycle?”