The 9 Most Outlandish Gifts in the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book
And the nine things to buy instead
The Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is back and better than ever. From a Broadyway walk-on to a Maserati for your kid, if you can dream it, you can buy it. And while it would be nice to be able to take home all the Fantasy Gifts, we’ve rounded up some more realistic options that certainly aren’t too shabby, either.
Walk-On Roll in Broadway’s “Waitress” ($30,000) vs. Vertical Plug & Play Turntable ($350)
The theater kid in you might still be dreaming of walking onto a Broadway stage, but who can resist performing a little song and dance for the family around the tree with this groovy music player? (And for $29,650 less, we’re talking big savings.)
Curated Collection of Caldecott Medal-Winning Children’s Books ($100,000) vs. Wolfum Domino Set ($68)
Rounding up every first edition or early printing of your favorite classic children’s books might not be in the cards this year, but gifting this classic game from the past could wind up being more fun (and affordable).
Infiniti Q60 Neiman Marcus Limited Edition ($63,000) vs. Ride On Cars Kids’ Maserati ($395)
Toting the kids around in a limited-edition vehicle would be dreamy, but buying your little one a designer mini car to cruise around the neighborhood makes you the coolest parent on the block. We have a feeling the Count Dracula outfit is not included.
Slumber Party at Neiman Marcus Flagship ($120,000) vs. UGG Cotton Sleepwear ($98)
Getting an exclusive inside look at the original Neiman Marcus when it is closed to the public will cost you more than any shopping spree you’ve (likely) had there. So why not just score some comfy pajamas for more than 1,200 times less?