If you're looking to chop it up with billionaire Warren Buffett over a nice meal, it could literally cost you millions.
An anonymous bidder on Friday agreed to pay more than $2,679,001 for a private lunch with the philanthropist. Auction proceeds will go to the Glide Foundation, a charity that helps homeless people in San Francisco.
This is Buffett's 18th consecutive year auctioning off a lunch for charity.
Last year's winning bid was $3,456,789.
This could be you... if you're paying. Buffett once helped launch the S'mores Blizzard at Dairy Queen. Here he is seated with DQ CEO John Gainor.
The 86-year-old investor says he's gotten a wide range of questions at the table, but the only topic that will be off-limits is future investments.
Winners typically fine at Buffett at Smith and Wollensky steak house in New York City, which donates at least $10,000 to Glide each year to host the lunch.
The meal has sometimes moved elsewhere for anonymous winners.
--The Associated Press contributed to this report.