Here’s how much a coffee date with Ivanka Trump costs

The president-elect's daughter has auctioned a meet and greet


Entertainment Desk December 11, 2016
Ivanka Trump. PHOTO COURTESY: WHARTONMAGAZINE

An opportunity has surfaced for all Ivanka Trump admirers out there as the Auction charity website, Charity Buzz, puts forward its offer of a coffee date with the lady.


According to Cosmopolitanto meet and greet the daughter of US president-elect the lucky bidder has to pay a price of $50,000. The money will go into Ivanka's brother Eric's foundation to benefit St Jude’s Children Research Hospital.


Within eleven days of the offer, there have already been 10 bids and the best possible summed up to $18,500. This indicates perhaps somebody would eventually  go out of their way to sip coffee for 30-40 minutes with Trump's daughter.


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PHOTO COURTESY: COSMOPOLITAN

While the meeting will be scheduled in early 2017, according to reports, the venue would either be Trump Tower in NYC or Trump International Hotel in Washington DC.


According to available information, "the winner and guest must pass criminal background check and be approved by the United States Secret Service."


Charity Buzz "reserves the right to decline the winner on any grounds they deem fit," and the Trump Organisation can refuse to grant the coffee date to anyone even slightly suspicious.


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A photograph with the president's daughter is allowed, however, anything brought to be signed in hard copy is strictly prohibited. Ivanka will also be accompanied by a member of Secret Service throughout the duration of the date.



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London Banker | 4 years ago | Reply I will have coffee with her if she pays me $50k
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