Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Most Expensive Gifts To One Another Include A $40 Million Jet, a $20 Million Island, and More

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are one of the most successful power couples in the world. With a combined net worth of over $1.4 billion, they possess more money than most of us will ever dream of having.

They’re no strangers to spending their money, either. They’re known for showering each other with extravagant gifts, frequently exchanging million-dollar presents for birthdays, holidays, and anniversaries. If you’ve ever wondered what their most costly gifts for each other were, you can find out below.

Check out some of the most expensive gifts they have given each other, below. 

Jay-Z bought Beyoncé a $1 Million 1959 Rolls-Royce Convertible for her 25th birthday

At the bottom of the list of the couple’s most expensive gifts is Beyoncé’s 25th birthday gift. While many of us would settle for a nice party with our friends, Jay-Z decided to take things a step further, buying Beyoncé a vintage $1 million Rolls-Royce Convertible. 

The luxurious ride is technically considered a convertible, and is more than 60 years old, having been build in 1959. It can go from 0 to 60 in 10.9 seconds, which is nothing to sneeze at, either. Wrapped in powder blue paint with a navy blue ragtop and leather interior, the car resembles the cars that were driven by Bonnie and Clyde, one of America’s most infamous couples. 

Beyoncé bought Jay-Z a $2 Million Bugatti Veyron for his 41st birthday

Jay-Z has always been known for his extensive collection of rare and exotic cars, but the Bugatti surely tops the list. According to Motor Authority, Beyonce gifted her husband with a $2 million Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport for his 41st birthday. Apparently, the car is so rare that even Beyonce had to be put on a year-long waitlist to retrieve it.

The Bugatti Veyron can reach breakneck speeds of 253 miles per hour, making it one of the fastest cars in the world. Going from 0 to 60 in just 2.4 seconds, it’s also one of the rarest cars in the world, as only 450 Bugatti Veyrons have ever been produced, according to CNBC.

She bought him $40 million private jet for Father’s Day 

After the birth of their first daughter, Blue Ivy, in 2012, Beyonce and Jay-Z exchanged some lavish gifts. Instead of settling for the customary lawn mower, Beyonce gifted Jay-Z with an insane $40 million private jet for Father’s Day. More specifically, she purchased the Bombardier Challenger 850.

This opulent form of transportation is comparable to none and has some amazing features. Fully loaded with a bedroom and two bathrooms, the jet is capable of fitting up to 16 passengers, and has Jay-Z’s real name, Sean Carter, engraved across its exterior. 

Sasha Fierce bought her husband a $5 million watch for his birthday

If nothing else, Beyoncé definitely knows how to spoil her husband. For his 43rd birthday, the chart-topping singer bought him a $5 million dollar diamond-encrusted Hublot watch. Jay-Z is notorious for his enormous collection of designer watches, and this watch is surely one of his favorites.

The Hublot Big Bang is set with over 1,000 VVS diamonds, one of the finest types of diamonds available. One of the most expensive watches Hublot has ever produced, the Big Bang was also the most expensive watch on display at the BaselWorld show, a tradeshow known for exclusive jewelry.

Hova bought Queen B a $20 million island for her birthday 


Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s $88 Million Bel Air Mansion Has Some Insane Features You Won’t Believe

Not to be outdone by Beyoncé and her string of luxe gifts, Jay-Z returned the favor on his wife’s 29th birthday, purchasing Beyoncé her own private island. Located in the Florida Keys, the island cost roughly $20 million.

Although not much is known about the island, it has been confirmed to be about 12.5 acres in size and features a private mansion for the couple to hang out in privacy. 

No matter what the occasion may be, it’s clear that Beyonce and Jay-Z have no reservations about spending copious amounts of money on each other to celebrate.