Here’s Everything in the $100,000 Swag Bag Given to Oscar Nominees
The 89th annual Academy Awards will take place Sunday, February 26.
Before Hollywood's biggest night, the 25 top nominees and host will have the opportunity to receive a pretty sweet swag bag.
The "Everyone Wins" nominee gift bag is not affiliated with the Academy Awards, but entertainment-marketing company Distinctive Assets has independently provided Oscar nominees with gifts ahead of the big night for the past 15 years.
Distinctive Assets founder Lash Fary told INSIDER this year's 26 bags will include over $100,000 worth of goodies that will be sent out to recipients in the weeks leading to the Academy Awards. This year's items range from a Hawaiian getaway and three-day mansion stay in Northern California to a luxury handbag, maple syrup, and customized Crayola crayons.
Though this year's bag has up to five trips for celebrities to redeem, Fary told INSIDER that about 10% of those who receive gift bags redeem the trips.
Many of the items included were also in this year's Grammy swag bag. Keep reading to see what the Oscar nominees will receive.
The most expensive item will be a private three-day mansion stay at the Lost Coast Ranch in Northern California.
Fary says guests will be able to have up to 10 friends come and stay with them for the weekend in the 18-room mansion. You can check it out here.
The least expensive item will be a $4.99 lip balm from ChapStick.
ChapStick Total Hydration Moisture + Tint comes in three shades. It's the brand's first tinted lip balm. You can check them out here.
There's a five-night and six-day stay at Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu.
The Hawaiian resort is on 25 acres of the island of Kauai and has a spa, two pools, and a wall specifically to lounge back and watch the sunset. You can check it out here.
A complimentary three-night stay in a suite at Grand Hotel Tremezzo located in Lake Como.
The hotel offers views of the Bellagio and Grigne Mountains. You can check it out here.
A week-long stay at the Golden Door spa in Southern California.
The same Grammys trip was priced at $8,850. The spa donates 100% of its profits to help end child abuse. You can learn more about the spa here.
A complimentary three-night stay in a suite at the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento, Italy.
The 92-room, five-star hotel offers views of the Gulf of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. You can check it out here.
A Haze V3 dual chamber vaporizer.
The portable vaporizer can be used indoors or outside and has replaceable batteries. You can check it out here.
A 14-karat solid gold and diamond encrusted OM bracelet from YogaJewelz.
The jewelry ranges in price from $125 for up to $1,995. You can check out more of them here.
A case of apples each month for almost a year from Opal.
Opal's apples are supposed to not brown after slicing. Nominees will receive them from October through July.
A 64-count customized box of Crayola crayons, which starts at $12.99.
Similar to the Grammys' Crayola box, the custom Oscar box comes with the host or nominee's name and photo on the front. In addition, the personalized box will contain a golden crayon with the nominee's name.
A $75 dual-layer pillow from Casper.
The pillow is supposed to stay cool and supportive throughout the night. Check it out here.
A Bangarang handmade wooden box filled with 199 cards that have positive actions and quotes.
You can check out the box here.
An Oomi starter kit, which turns any home into a smart home.
A starter kit, which comes with an Oomi cube, touch, dock, a plug, and two bulbs, and a plug retails for $599.
A year's supply of Healing Saint luminosity skin serum along with a hair follicle stimulant that claims to prevent further hair loss.
You can check out their products here.
Drunken fig cake bites from Chocolatines.
The fig cake bites are from the company's new line of luxury brownies. You can check out their candies here.
A personally curated wardrobe for each nominee from Belldini.
The family-owned fashion house offers selections from cardigans to leggings for a range of all body types and sizes. You can check out their collection here.
A personal CPR kit.
The CPR Anytime kit from the American Heart Association is supposed to allow anyone to be able to learn adult hands-only CPR in 20 minutes.
A handbag from Jules k. with an anteater pattern.
Clothes from Happiest Tee.
Each shirt is adorned with a location from Malibu to Paris and reads "Happiest in [blank]." The shirts, crew necks, tanks, sweatshirts, and sweatpants range in price from $89-$118.
100% pure organic maple syrup from Rogue Maple.
This has been a staple for the past few years. You can check out the syrup here.
A complete beauty collection from Whoosh.
It includes a full mobile makeup system bag with a brush set, corner brush eye stamper, flex and curl mascara, and more. You can check out their products here.
A fitness bottle from Mous.
The $28 bottles are supposed to be healthier by minimizing bacteria accumulation.
Here's everything else:
- Children's book Curlee Girlee, which empowers girls to love themselves for who they are.
- Handdipped chocolate fromChubby Chipmunk.
- A limited edition pelvic floor exercise tracker and app fromElvie.
- An underarm patch from Dandi whichprevents sweat marks and and protects clothes.
- Hydroxycut Platinum.
- Foot cream fromMedice.
- A boardgame called "Watch Ya' Mouth."
- A massage mat fromSweetCheeks.
- Plates fromSlimware.
- Arest-rite sleep positioner which will help stop your partner from snoring.
- A piece of fine art fromReian Williams.
- Skincare products fromLizora.
- NitroTech Crunchprotein energy bars from MuscleTech.
- A pendant and brooch pole star constellation fromNamira Monaco.
- A jar of pecansfrom the National Pecan Shellers Association.
- A 10year supply ofOxygenetix foundation and moisturizer.
- Personal inhouse sommelier Lelañea Fulton from The Loving Somm will help advise on perfecting any nominee's wine collection.
- Stud earrings from Park and Buzz.
- 10 personal sessions with celebrity trainer Alexis Seletzky.