Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio and Matt Damon are among some of the many stars who will be attending the Oscars this year on Feb. 28.
But the actors who don't go home with an Academy Award won't leave empty-handed.
Like any good celebration, each year the Oscars give out gift bags to attendants.
This year, the goodies inside the bag are worth an estimated $200,000. That's a significant increase from last year's $125,000 bags.
The bags, packaged by Distinctive Assets, will include a 10-day first class trip to Israel worth about $55,000 and a 15-day Japanese walking tour worth approximately $45,000. Smaller items like $300 worth of personalized M&Ms and "luxury toilet paper" that costs more than $200 will be included as well.
Distinctive Assets said this year's bag is "once again a blend of fabulous, fun and functional items meant to thrill and pamper those who may have everything money can buy but still savor the simple joy of a gift."
The package also contains a year’s worth of unlimited Audi car rentals, worth $45,000, a lifetime supply of Lizora skin creams, worth $31,200, $5,530 worth of laser skin therapy and other high-priced items, The Guardian reported.