Though he chooses to live frugally, Warren Buffett's multibillion-dollar fortune could afford him any number of luxuries.
Buffett's wealth is enough that he could easily snatch up his favorite sports franchise, as his ultra-rich counterparts Paul Allen and Stanley Kroenke have done. However, as explored on a previous episode of CNBC's "The Filthy Rich Guide," Buffett could purchase a whole lot more than that.
Forget buying his favorite team — the Oracle of Omaha can afford to own every team in the entire National Football League. In total, that would set him back around $80.7 billion. As of January 18, Bloomberg estimates Buffett's net worth at $92.1 billion, which would leave him plenty to spare.