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The $30,000 Grammy VIP Swag Bag

So there's a whole room set up just for celebrities to stroll around and pick up a bunch of expensive stuff for free. At this year's Grammys, 'The Gift Lounge' and the duffle bag full of stuff they received was worth an estimated $30,000.

Inside the bag this year, according to The Daily Mail, were a free week of services at a spa worth $8,850, vouchers for designer jewelry, gift cards for gourmet restaurants, private mixology classes worth $5,100, VIP airport services worth $1,500, as well as numerous health and beauty products.

Here’s the complete, ridiculous list of what was inside this year’s Grammys gift bag…

— Fragrance samples inspired by songs from perfumer Art Meets Art

— Subscription package for the Book of the Month club

— Color-changing lipstick from Blush & Whimsy

— Selection of products from Bulletproof Coffee

— Set of customization handbag straps from Carrie’d NYC

— Ear-cleaning device from Clear Ear

— Pinhole gum rejuvenation treatment from Dr. John Chao

— Cook Yourself Happy: The Danish Way book

— ‘Live Uncaged’ t-shirt from Cotton Canary

— Carboxytherapy treatment mask from CO2Lift

— Argan Oil hair care maintenance kit from Crème of Nature

— Curlee Girlee children’s book

— Handbag poncho from Dear Rain

— Musical game DropMix, which lets you create mixes of popular songs

— Nail polish from Emilie Heathe

— Ultimate Anti-Aging IV Infusion treatment from Evolved Science

— Gift card for Fireman Hospitality Group restaurants in New York City

— Frey Clothing Care Kit

— Psychic reading over the phone from Go Beyond Here

— Week-long stay at the Golden Door spa in California

— Plant from GoodKarms

— Year’s supply of Healing Saint Luminosity Skin Serum from Dr. Jane 360

— Weight loss supplements from Hydroxycut Organic

— Set of silk faux mink lashes from Inception of Beauty

— HD Loose Pigments, Liquid Transformer from iSociety Cosmetics

— Family circus training session from Le Petit Cirque

— Private mixology class at the Liquor Lab, New York City

— Faux fur slap bracelets from Maison Atia

— Chocolate bar from Mraz Family Farms, Jason Mraz’s company

— Copy of trade magazine Music Connection

— M·Y·O magnetic makeup clutch

— Handheld steam inhaler from mypurmist Free

— Rechargeable wireless eye massager from Naipo

— Nothing But the Fruit (NBTF) snack bites

— Full face skin rejuvenation procedure from Nurse Gigi

— Ocean Spray cranberry sangria and Craisins dried cranberries

— Old Spice Red grooming products

— Year-in-review special edition of People magazine

— Instant Mineral SPF45 powder from Peter Thomas Roth Clinical Skincare

— Purity Made Simple One-Step Facial Cleanser and Ultimate Miracle Worker eye treatment from Philosophy

— Russian Amber Oil shampoo from Prima Bella Luxury Products

— Quincy Herbals Skin Illuminating Vitamin C Serum with Hyaluronic Acid

— The self-help book Rule #1 Don’t Be #2, from Dan Milstein

— Protein bars from RxBar— Sea salt soap from Salt & Stone Soap Company

— A 90-minute professional Teleprompter training session from Sena-Series Media Training

— A leave-in hair treatment and a facial wash and scrub from Shea Moisture

— A WIFI pet feeder from Shop Modern Innovations

— A bottle of Southern Wicked Lemonade Moonshine, plus samples of their newest blend

— Nutritional supplements to protect hearing from Soundbites

— Goodies from Thankful, a website that ‘promotes gratitude’

— The ‘Chico’ reusable bag from The Gentle Barn

— Jewelry from LA-based jewellert The Giving Keys

— A wellness box from The Lucky Box Club

— A $100 (around £70) gift card for food on Uber Eats

— Quinoa peanut butter cups from Unreal Snacks

And all of that doesn’t include things they can pick up in the Gift Lounge like a smart ring, sunglasses, and a custom acoustic guitar. Ridiculous.

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