This Year’s Record-Breaking $200K Oscars Consolation Prize Bag

If Leonardo DiCaprio is snubbed at the Oscars again this year, don’t feel too bad for the guy—he’ll be going home with a record-breaking $200,000 consolation prize. This year, Los Angeles-based firm Distinctive Assets has assembled a goodie bag filled with some of the most extravagant (and absurd) gifts for nominees who don’t walk away with a little gold statue (which is reportedly only worth a measly $900 anyway).

This season’s bag makes 2014’s $80,000 gift and last year’s $150,000 gift look like chump change as it includes a 10-day, first class trip to Israel ($55,000), a 15-day walking tour of Japan ($45,000) and a year’s worth of unlimited Audi car rentals ($45,000). They’ll also receive three private training sessions with “celebrity wellness expert” Jay Cardiello ($1,400) and a Fit Club TV Ultimate Fitness Package in a private villa ($6,250). Beauty gifts include a lifetime supply of skin creams from Lizora ($31,200), Ultherapy ($5,530) and a vampire breast lift, which uses "blood derived growth factors" to enhance breasts without implants ($1,900).

There are also a number of smaller prizes like $300 worth of personalized M&M’s, a $250 “arouser” for female nominees, a $250 vaporizer and $390 toilet paper from Joseph’s Toiletries. Don’t worry about that Oscar, Leo—you know you’ve made it when you’re using luxury toilet paper.


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