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Last Year’s Grammys Gift Bags Were Valued at a Cool $30,000—What Will This Year Bring?
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When it comes to Grammys presenters and performers, a simple thank-you card just won’t suffice.

Sure, taking home a coveted gramophone is nice and all, but performers like Billie Eilish and Lizzo know one thing for sure: They’ll be leaving with an official Grammys gift bag, which could be valued at more than—take a deep breath—$30,000 if it’s anything like last year’s goodie bag.

Although it’s hard to fathom what a gift bag of that magnitude might include, Insider got a sneak peek at what was inside last year’s bag, and all we can say is whoa.

The gifts ranged from the small (a two-pack of Pepperidge Farm’s Milanos and some Blue Diamond almonds) to the major (a week-long stay at the Golden Door spa in Southern California with a price tag of $8,850).

But, obviously the lavish gifting didn’t stop there. There were gourmet lollipops with 24-karat gold, in-home hair care service from celebrity colorist Sherry Ratay, a coveted Sonya Dakar facial and a custom fragrance from Sue Phillips of Scenterprises.

Animal-lover Miley Cyrus likely appreciated the inclusion of a custom pet photo session with photographer Diana Lundin and $200 toward memorializing those pics in a photo album. Cardi B and little Kulture, however, were probably more interested in the plush baby shark doll that was included. Or, as Cardi’s song “Money” suggests, maybe just the $1,000 to invest in stocks through digital investment service Stash.

There were also many beauty supplies, children’s toys, clothing, jewelry and food thrown in. Suffice it to say, the Grammys’ presenters and performers were well taken care of.

Although no details have been released about this year’s Grammys gift bag, all we have to say is…go big or go home. The 62nd annual Grammy Awards air on Sunday, January 26, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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