We always see in the movies how one million dollars cash easily fits into a suitcase. There is nothing fantastic about it. You can get such a sum into a small package if you stack 10,000 of the $100 bills. One couple decided to find out where you can hide one million dollars cash and conducted an experiment. It exchanged $10,000 bills for $1 currency notes. Since $1 bills are the same size as $100s, this experiment accurately indicates the mass of $1,000,000.
Each of these sizeable plastic bags holds $1,000 bills. It’s our equivalent of $100,000.
This could be a million dollars on a DVD rack.
This is what a million dollars cash on a bedspread looks like.
Only $8,000 if the bills are ones or $800,000 if the bills are hundreds will fit in a plastic shopping bag, and it will probably rip if you try to lift it.
A million dollars will fit inside a microwave oven.
A Nintendo Game Cube is about the same size as two $1,000 bill bundles.
$1,000 bills is a stack 10 centimeters thick… if it’s packed tightly.
Loosely packed, the money expanded to about 150% of that size.
A million dollars in a washing machine.
A million dollars in the refrigerator.