It turns out that winning the Iron Throne -- the seat of kings in the Seven Kingdoms -- is easier than "Game of Thrones" fans previously thought.

Instead of enduring bloodshed and battle like the characters on HBO's hit drama do, fans can buy a life-sized replica of the Iron Throne from HBO ... if they have a spare $30,000. The replicas stand more than seven feet tall, close to 6 feet in depth, 5.5 feet in width, weigh 350 pounds and are being made based on orders.

Shipping adds another $1,800 and creating one's own Throne Room is not included in the price.

Or ... if you do have a $30,000 to spend, here are some other items you could buy:

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  • Ikea Chairs

    At $69 a piece, you can buy 434 <a href="" target="_hplink">poäng chairs from Ikea</a> to fill your living room for the price of one Iron Throne.

  • Orbit Gum

    30,300 packs of <a href="" target="_hplink">Orbit gum </a>if you buy it in 12-packs.

  • George R. R. Martin Books

    Who wants one set of <a href="" target="_hplink">A Song of Ice and Fire</a> (books 1-4) when you can buy 1,463 sets for $30,000? You can even read them while sitting on your life-sized replica of the Iron Thone.

  • Hunter College Tuition

    A New York state resident can be an undergraduate at <a href="" target="_hplink">Hunter College</a> for 5+ years.

  • Cookbook

    Would you be willing to spend $30,000 to eat like Tyrion? Buy 857 friends a copy of the "Game of Thrones" <a href="" target="_hplink">cookbook</a>.

  • Paperweight

    A "Game of Thrones" <a href="" target="_hplink">Iron Throne paperweight </a>might fit in your home a little better, but how about 500 of them for the same price as the seven-foot tall replica?

  • Season One Of "Game Of Thrones"

    858 sets of <a href="" target="_hplink">season one of "Game of Thrones"</a> on DVD! That's 481,338 minutes of TV.

  • iPhone 4S

    Starting at $199, you could buy 150 "<a href="" target="_hplink">iPhone 4S</a>"s.

Tell us: What would you buy for $30,000?

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