Lunch With Apple CEO Tim Cook is Being Auctioned Off for Charity, Bidding Already at $110,000

Apple fans have another opportunity to sit down for a private lunch with CEO Tim Cook at Apple HQ in Cupertino — but it won’t be cheap. Cook’s charitable auction — which includes two tickets to an Apple keynote — is currently at $125,000 after 16 bids.

Bid now on this opportunity to have lunch with Apple CEO Tim Cook on campus in Cupertino, California, and to be his guest at an Apple keynote event!
All of the money will be donated to Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, the human rights organization that Cook is a board member of. The auction closes in nine days on May 5, and the lunch, which is valid for two people, will last “approximately on hour.”

The winning bidder will also receive two VIP tickets to an Apple keynote, but the auction doesn’t mention which one (likely this September’s iPhone event). The cost of the meal is included, but transport and accommodation isn’t, and the experience cannot be resold.

The estimated value of this auction is $100,000, but it is already up to $125,000 after 16 bids — and it’s likely to rise a lot higher over the course of the next nine days. If you’re interested, the next minimum bid is $130,000.


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