A Look Inside the Luxurious Life of Justin Bieber



He’s only 26 years old, but Justin Bieber has spent more than half of his life as a pop star.

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Discovered on YouTube at age 12 by his now-manager Scooter Braun, Bieber has built up a diehard fan base of ‘Beliebers’ who’ve supported him through thick and thin. After more than a decade in the spotlight, Bieber’s net worth has climbed to an incredible $285 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

See how he spends his money, and get a glimpse into Bieber’s luxurious life.

Last updated: April 9, 2021

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Riccardo Tisci x NikeLab Air Force 1 High ‘Victorious Minotaurs’

  • Cost: $220

The massive success of Justin Bieber’s songs means he can afford fancy footwear. In a November 2020 Instagram post, he wore the rare 2018 sneakers alongside Chance the Rapper while promoting their new song “Holy.”

He’s also been spotted in several pairs of Yeezys, Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk Lows and Virgil Abloh’s Off-White x Nike sneakers, according to GQ. Clearly, Bieber has a thing for expensive shoes.

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Private Jet Charters

  • Cost: Approximately $1,200 to $8,500 per flight hour

Since Bieber has some major finances, you won’t always catch him flying commercial. He doesn’t appear to own a private plane, but he’s often spotted jetting out of town on a chartered ride.

For example, he was spotted boarding a private jet to his South Carolina wedding in 2019 with wife Hailey. In February 2020, he also posted a photo to Instagram of himself playing hockey on a private jet, with his wife lounging next to him.

The types of planes he charters and the companies he works with are unknown. But as a guideline, flights booked through Pentastar Aviation Charter run $1,200 to $8,500 per flight hour.

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Mercedes G-Class SUV

  • Cost: At least $131,750

Not surprisingly, Bieber has a taste for luxury vehicles. In 2018, TMZ reported the singer was rear-ended while driving his G-Class SUV in West Hollywood, California.

Known to have a high resale value, this version of the luxury SUV has a base price of $131,750, but upgraded versions start at $156,450. Put it this way — it’s unlikely Bieber has the cheap model with zero upgrades.

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Vetements Sweatpants

  • Cost: $690

Stylish and comfortable, TMZ caught Bieber wearing Vetements sweatpants on an outing in West Hollywood, California, in February 2017. Not your average loungewear, the pop star’s sweatpants are currently sold out, but retailed for a jaw-dropping $690. Unless you’re also wealthy, you probably won’t be able to replicate his style on that one.

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Random Acts of Kindness

  • Cost: Several hundred dollars

Bieber spends his money on more than just luxury homes and hotels. For example, in August 2016, he was having a few drinks at Residuals Tavern in Studio City, California, when he decided to pay a bar tab totaling several hundred dollars. The tab belonged to a group of people at a nearby table grieving the tragic death of their friend, a regular at the establishment, who had passed away that day, according to TMZ.

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Pricey Bar Tabs

  • Cost: $2,400

In May 2016, after playing a show on his “Purpose” tour, Bieber hit up Storyville nightclub in Boston, where he partied the night away, according to TMZ. The pop star racked up a $2,400 bar tab thanks to several rounds of vodka and tequila, according to the site.

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Extravagant Airbnbs

  • Cost: $10,000

When his tour bus was sidelined for repairs in June 2016, Bieber found himself stranded in the small, rural town of Hamilton, Illinois, according to TMZ. Instead of opting for one of the local hotels, the singer chose to stay in an extravagant Airbnb rental that cost $10,000 per night.

Located right on the Mississippi River, the mansion was equipped with an infinity pool, arcade games and a gym, reported the site.

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Lavish Road Trips

  • Cost: Estimated more than $1 million

In 2020, many Americans opted for road trips over air travel due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Biebers were no different — except for traveling in a $1 million RV, according to the Daily Mail. Their palace on wheels reportedly featured three flat screen TVs, an infrared sauna, heated floors, a fireplace, a large master bedroom, marble countertops and a barbecue grill.

The couple was first spotted glamping in a Utah national park in June 2020, but that was just the beginning of their RV adventures. They traveled to Kayne West’s Wyoming ranch in July, according to People, and were spotted at a Michigan campground in August.

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  • Cost: At least $214,866

In May 2019, Bieber was pulled over in Beverly Hills, California, while driving his Lamborghini, according to TMZ. He was guilty of not having a front license plate and having too dark of a window tint, but didn’t get a ticket because he was polite to the officer and agreed to fix the issues immediately.

It’s unclear exactly which model Lamborghini Bieber was driving, but they’re all expensive. For example, a 2021 Huracán starts at $214,866, while a 2021 Urus costs at least $222,004 and a 2021 Aventador is priced at a minimum $421,321.


Mercedes-Benz SLS

  • Cost: At least $206,000

Fast cars aren’t always fun, as Bieber’s Mercedes-Benz SLS with gullwing doors broke down in the Hamptons in 2018, according to TMZ. Specifics of his car are unknown, but the 2015 model — the final version — has a starting price of $206,000. When working properly, it goes from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds.

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South Carolina Wedding

  • Cost: Unknown

Bieber tied the knot with Hailey Baldwin at a New York City courthouse in 2018. However, the couple had a lavish second wedding at the Montage Palmetto Bluffs in Bluffton, South Carolina, on Sept. 30, 2019.

Specific costs of the star-studded event, attended by 154 guests, is unknown. However, the hotel pool, spa and one of the restaurants was closed to other hotel guests for 48 hours during the festivities, according to TMZ, which likely didn’t come cheap.

To get an understanding of just how expensive the resort is, the cheapest room starts at $506 per night, but rates rise up to $2,104 per night for the presidential suite and beyond. As for the spa, massages start at $205 for a 60-minute treatment.

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Ontario Mansion

  • Cost: $5 million

In August 2018, Bieber purchased a $5 million mansion in his native Ontario, Canada, according to TMZ. The 9,000-square-foot living space has four bedrooms, six bathrooms and features a two-story temperature-controlled wine room, heated floors, private gym and movie theater. The 101-acre property also includes private lake access and its own equestrian facility, with a private racetrack.

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Beverly Hills Mansion

  • Cost: $25.8 million

In true popstar fashion, Bieber has a Beverly Hills mansion fit for a king. Purchased in August 2020, the $25.8 million abode is located across the street from Magic Johnson in an exclusive gated community, according to TMZ.

The 11,000-square-foot home has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and comes with 2.5 acres of Beverly Hills land. Some of its highlights include a library that opens up into a garden, movie theater, koi pond, outdoor fireplace, infinity-edged swimming pool and a full-sized tennis court.

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Drew House Clothes

  • Cost: Varies, including a $148 sweatshirt and a $58 t-shirt

Bieber launched streetwear label Drew House — his middle name is Drew — in January 2019. Since then, he’s been frequently spotted in the brand’s attire, and it doesn’t come cheap.

For example, he’s been photographed in a hoodie that retails for $148 and a t-shirt that costs $58.

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