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5 things more expensive than H&M's $99 wedding dress

H&M is introducing a $99 wedding dress. Wedding dresses, on average, cost over $1,000. If this takes off, it could completely change the concept of wedding dresses--and the wedding dress industry. Think about it: When was the last time you spent $100? That's how much you would be spending on the dress for what is supposed to be the most special day of your life.

To help visualize the cost, we've compiled a list of things that are more expensive than the H&M wedding dress. Remember, you can always use your wedding dress to dry your tears over having spent this much money on everyday items.

Monthly cable bill

A monthly Time Warner Cable bill for Internet

A monthly Time Warner Cable bill for Internet and cable. Don't judge, Netflix lasts a lifetime while a wedding dress is just a day.

Knicks-Nets tickets

Tickets for the Knicks-Nets game going for $168.40

Tickets for the Knicks-Nets game going for $168.40 on StubHub. At least one NY team is guaranteed to win, right? That's got to be almost as special as a wedding dress.

Two World Cocktails

Once known as the most expensive cocktail, the
Photo Credit: Courtesy of The World Bar

Once known as the most expensive cocktail, the World Cocktail costs $50. Available at the World Bar at the Trump Tower, the bride can enjoy a drink with a float of 23-carat edible liquid gold.

FitBit Flex

The FitBit Flex comes in just above the
Photo Credit: Flickr / Hwan Jin Choi

The FitBit Flex comes in just above the dress, at $99.95. It's not as noticeable in pictures.

Monthly Metrocard

A 30-day unlimited Metrocard will cost your $112
Photo Credit: Charles Eckert

A 30-day unlimited Metrocard will cost your $112 (plus $1 for the pleasure of the actual card). Try not to think about it when you lose the pass on a particularly aggravating Monday morning.

H&M's $99 wedding dress

Once again, this dress will cost you just
Photo Credit: H&M

Once again, this dress will cost you just $99. Seriously.

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