While not all Oscars nominees will go home with a much-coveted award at this yearâ€™s ceremony, which takes place this Sunday 9 February, they will have an apt consolation prize in the form of a luxury goody bag, the value of which comes at a staggering six-figure sum: $225,000, or Â£174,000 in total.
The gifts come courtesy of Distinctive Assets, a celebrity and product-placement marketing company, and are an annual award-season tradition.
They are typically awarded to the 25 award nominees â€“ but this year only 24 bags will be handed out, thanks to actor Scarlett Johansson being nominated for two awards (the leading and supporting actress categories, for her roles in â€˜Marriage Storyâ€™ and â€˜Jojo Rabbitâ€™ respectively).
So whatâ€™s inside the exclusive goody bag?
Oscars goody bag contents
This yearâ€™s goody bag contains a number of physical gifts include Hfactor â€œhydrogen-infusedâ€ water ($29.99, or Â£23.20 a pouch), Hotsy Totsy Haus amethyst bath bombs and a brainwave-sensing meditation headband by Muse ($250, or Â£193).
These arenâ€™t just any vouchers â€“Â the Oscars goody bag comes complete with a 12-day cruise on the Scenic Eclipse, a yacht for 220 guests complete with an on-hand butler service and two helicopters. All coming in at the modest value of $78,190 (Â£60,464).
Thereâ€™s also a night in a Spanish lighthouse converted into a luxury hotel, which comes in at between $1,300 (Â£1,005) and $1,800 (Â£1,392) a night.
Food and drink
Tapping into the craze for all things CBD, this yearâ€™s bag contains chocolate edibles by Coda Signature, and a two-pack of dark chocolate Milanos, together with CBD-based drunks by CBD Barkeep.
Thereâ€™s also a bottle of PrÃ³spero tequila in there â€“ assumedly to celebrate and/or commiserate.
The freebies on offer also include a yearâ€™s membership to the Drawing Down the Moon matchmaking service (worth $20,000, or Â£15,466) together with a one-year membership to Insignia, an on-demand personal assistant service, worth $10,000 (Â£7,733).
Of course, celebrities will be looking their glossy-haired, white-toothed, smooth-skinned finest for the awards ceremony, but New York based aesthetic doctor Konstantin Vasyukevich has offered his services in the goodie bag: $25,000 (Â£19,332) worth of cosmetics treatments including lip fillers and chemical peels.
Other items in the bag include a â€œsmart braâ€ from Soma which measures the wearerâ€™s busts to fit to the perfect size, and a Peezy Midstream â€“ a medical kit which tests urine for infections.
Then, thereâ€™s a gold-plated vape pen by Hollowtips â€“ worth $150 (Â£116).
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