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Pay £10k for a white Christmas

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If you tend to believe the papers, and after this year you'd be forgiven for deeming them all full of total lies, we're all desperate for a white Christmas. Again.

But, according to William Hill, there's only a 16% chance that we'll be waking up to snow on December 25th. Well, unless you have a really really rich friend.

VeryFirstTo are offering a luxury gift which turns a house into a winter wonderland for one week. There will be approximately 3,000 metres of snow and families will wake up to icicles, frost and real snowmen waiting for them. Oh and bemused neighbours.

The service will set you back £10,500 ($16,837).

If you're still interested then you can buy someone a white Christmas here. We're good though, thanks.

(Image: Rex Features)

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