As of right now no part of Antarctica is available to private buyers and it is unlikely that it ever will be. In 1959 the Antarctic treaty laid out 43 countries that have the ability to manage Anarctica. Seven countries: the UK, Norway, Chile, France, Australia, Argentina, and New Zealand have historic claims on parts of the continent. Since then, no country has attempted to share its part in management/ownership of the continent and I am sure that it goes against the agreement laid out in the treaty.
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