29th Jan 2018
by Lilith Hardie Lupica
Getting an invite to the Grammys isn't just about celebrity spotting.
There might be epic performances from Lady Gaga and Kendrick Lamar to keep all the stars in attendance at the 2018 Grammy Awards entertained but to ensure they remember the night, each of the guests will take home the ultimate gift bag.
What’s an award show without a gift bag? Not much of an award show, apparently.
That may be why the 2018 Grammys gift bag is estimated to be worth over USD$20,000 dollars, or in Australian dollars over $25,000. So what exactly goes into a gift bag worth $25,000?
Well, 40ish unique, strange and Hollywood-related gifts of course. According to Time, guests will receive a spa session worth US$8,850, private custom-cocktail lessons, oxygen facial products, WiFi-powered pet feeders and private Teleprompter training sessions among other weird and wonderful offerings.
The gift bag was reportedly curated by Distinctive Assets and Gift Bags by Rachael and while it’s not known exactly how much the total comes to, experts are adamant the treatments, gadgets and training sessions are worth as much as $25,000.
Some of the highlights from the gift bag include:
$10,945 — Golden Door Spa, an exclusive spa resort located in the mountains of San Marcos, California, is offering a free week of services.
$6,307 — Liquor Lab is giving away private mixology classes led by some of the top bartenders in the country.
$5,565 — A full-face skin rejuvenation procedure that uses non-invasive aesthetic procedures from Nurse Gigi, a board-certified registered nurse based in New York City who offers a variety of services including dermal fillers and body contouring.
$2,864 — A year’s supply of Healing Saint luminosity Skin serum by Dr. Jane, as well as a bonus gift of Healing Saint Hair Follicle Stimulant.
$2,348– Celebrities can cash in at Smile Direct Club to use towards getting invisible aligners to straighten their teeth or a teeth-whitening system.
$1,855 — VIP airport service in luxury ground transportation from Alpha Priority Worldwide, a meet-and-greet airport concierge company that operates in more than 400 airports worldwide.
$1,484 — A year’s supply of Oxygenetix products, which included the breathable Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation.
$1,020 — Evolved Science is offering up its most popular skin-infusion formula, the Ultimate Anti-Aging IV Infusion, which is advertised as a product that can boost energy.
There's a lot to take in, we hope the celebrities can handle all that loot.