# Quick Answer: How Much Does 1 Million In Cash Weigh?

A million bucks weighs a metric ton.

Keeping in mind that a US ton is 2000 pounds, we can conclude that a million dollars would weigh in at roughly 1.1 US tons.

So that means that you would’ve had to tote 2.75 tons of one dollar bills down to ABC headquarters if you had wanted to buy a 30 second Super Bowl ad.

## How much does \$1000000 in \$20 bills weigh?

We already noted that a single \$20 bill weighs 1 gram. Therefore 50,000 such bills would weigh 50,000 grams. That works out to 50 Kgs. So a million dollars in \$20 bills would be 50 Kgs (around 110.2 lbs).

2,202.6 pounds

## How much does a million dollars in \$100 bills weigh?

A million dollars in \$100 bills weighs around 22 pounds (9.97 kg). That’s much easier to carry around for those who have all those hundred dollar bills available to them.

## What does 1 million in cash look like?

A packet of one hundred \$100 bills is less than 1/2″ thick and contains \$10,000. Fits in your pocket easily and is more than enough for week or two of shamefully decadent fun. Believe it or not, this next little pile is \$1 million dollars (100 packets of \$10,000).