Oscars gift bag worth nearly $200,000!

Nominees at this year’s Academy Awards are set to take home presents valued at around $178,000 – from five-star holidays to beauty treatments.



This year’s Oscars gift bag is worth nearly $200,000
This year’s Oscars gift bag is worth nearly $200,000

This year’s Oscars gift bag is worth nearly $200,000.

The Academy Awards is renowned for gifting attendees lavish free packages packed with treats from plastic surgery vouchers to five-star holidays.

It’s been estimated by Buzzfeed this year’s gift bag is stuffed with $178,000 of goods, with nominees including Emma Stone, Bradley Cooper and Paul Giamatti set to take home taking a dazzling array of surprises in their bags at the ceremony on Sunday. (10.03.24)

The priciest offering in the 2024 package is a three-night trip valued at $50,000 to Chalet Zermatt Peak, a luxurious ski chalet in the Swiss mountains.

Other vacations in the set include a visit to the Golden Door spa in San Marco, California, where the average nightly stay costs $1,800 – as well as a stay in a luxury villa at Saint-Barth Paradise, where a week-long trip will set paying guests back around $80,000.

Affordable fashion and beauty items are packed into this year’s gift bag, including an Elboque shearling bag (valued at $311), a Bagceit handbag holder ($55) and a bundle of Miage skincare products ($516).

The award-winning Cerabalm ($55) and the D22 Tonic($88) are also included in the bag, along with Goodal Green Tangerine Vitamin C Dark Spot Serum ($20) and Kenra Platinum Blow-Dry Spray ($34.)

There is also a trio of products from Instytutum – Flawless Pads costing $95, Hydrafusion 4D HA Water Burst Cream ($87) and Fancy Match Lip Gloss ($44.)

A microneedling session from Cynosure and a Helight Sleep device worth $139 is also in the gift bag, and novelty items include a 50th anniversary Rubik’s Cube.

The Oscars airs on Sunday from 7pm on ABC from the Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, with films including ‘Barbie’, ‘Oppenheimer’ and ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ vying for the best picture trophy.