BLACKPINK’s Jennie just spent over $4000 during her Arizona vacation; Here’s how


BLACKPINK member is making headlines for her extravagant resort stay during her recent visit to the United States. While on tour for the group’s highly successful BORN PINK WORLD TOUR concert, they achieved a remarkable feat by becoming the first and only girl group in history to sell over $200 million worth of tickets during a concert tour.


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A Luxurious Break in Utah

Amid their busy concert schedule, it’s only natural for the BLACKPINK members to take some well-deserved breaks. During her free time in the U.S., Jennie chose to indulge in the state of Utah, where she enjoyed the opulent comforts of a five-star resort. On September 1, 2023, the talented singer shared glimpses of her trip on Instagram, showcasing the breathtaking landscapes and the luxurious resort where she stayed.

The Price Tag!

However, it’s the jaw-dropping price tag of her resort stay that has captured the attention of fans and netizens. According to reports, the cost of a night’s stay at this high-end resort is nothing short of staggering. During weekdays, the per-night cost reaches around $4,492 USD, which translates to approximately Rs 3,72,925 INR. On weekends, the price escalates to about $4,770 USD, roughly equal to Rs 3,96,004 INR. It’s worth noting that, at times, room rates at this luxury resort can soar even higher, reaching a whopping $7,800 USD or approximately Rs 6,47,513 INR per night.

Fan Reactions and Support for Jennie

Jennie’s choice of a luxurious getaway didn’t go unnoticed by fans and netizens. While some were surprised by the extravagant cost, many expressed their support and admiration for the singer. One netizen commented that if one has the kind of money, they can spend it because this place looks like it’s worth it.  Another fan praised Jennie, saying she is a girl boss, and it’s good to see her spend it on herself. In a lighter tone, one fan humorously remarked that the amount she spent per night was equal to the amount in his bank account.