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TV Marriage Proposal: British Website Offers On-Air Proposal For $214,000

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A British online retailer has found a way to milk Valentine's Day for all it's worth.

Owners of the UK website, VeryFirstTo.com, are offering one purchaser the opportunity to propose to their beloved in a 30-second TV commercial, which will air February 14 on British TV's Channel 4. The cost is £135,000 (that's about $214,000).

VeryFirstTo.com founder Marcel Knobil told The Telegraph:

"This has got to be the most sensational way to mark the moment and make it truly memorable," Knobil said. "Investing in a proposal through such a remarkable, never-done-before manner will result in a marriage offer that will be very difficult to refuse."

According to The Daily Mail, £2,000 of the £135,000 will be donated to charity. The deadline to purchase the proposal is January 31, 2013.

This over-the-top proposal might be the most extravagant in recent memory; other extreme proposals include a $20,000 flash mob proposal sold on Gilt City in November 2012 and a zero-gravity proposal in 2007.

Would you accept the TV proposal, or is it too gimmicky? Let us know in the comments!

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