Oscars 2022 £76k goodie bag includes plot of land in Scotland and Laird or Lady title

[ad_1]

Scotland will take a starring role at the Oscars 2022.

The event is just around the corner and the glittering night will be attended by the world’s most famous actors and celebrities.

Many go with the hopes of taking home a gong, but it’s not all bad if you’re not named a winner on the night as the goodie bag is also worth its weight in gold.

And this year, it’s practically tartan-themed.

The ‘Everybody Wins’ gift bag which includes luxury holidays, life coaching sessions and liposuction offers will be dished out to celebrities at the Oscars on March 26.

Each bag of elaborate tokens is worth over $100,000 (£76k) and even includes a plot of land here in Scotland and a two-night stay at ten-bedroom Turin Castle in Forfar.

Los Angeles-based marketing company Distinctive Assets sourced the bundles, and some of the gifts are so exclusive that the price tags aren’t available to view online.



Nominees can enjoy a three-night stay in a five star hotel inside a castle
Nominees can enjoy a three-night stay in a five star castle in Scotland

The guests will have the entire castle to themselves during their three-night stay and they will also be granted butler service and a bagpipe welcome on arrival.

Keeping with the Scottish theme, family-run business Highland Titles are offering the gift of a plot of land in the highlands.

The land, which cost £150 per 100 sq ft, will give them the title Laird or Lady of Glencoe and they will be free to visit the land whenever they choose.

Another one of the gifts included is ‘arm sculpting’ by Celebrity Arms.

See also  Councilors uphold need for noise barrier at 3G pitches

It is a liposuction treatment which claims to help clients achieve leaner and more toned looking arms at a Florida-based clinic.

The clinic’s owner, Dr. Thomas Su, claims to be able to sculpt the body – rather than just remove fat like standard liposuction.

As well as arm liposuction, nominees can claim up to $10,000 worth of cosmetic treatments courtesy of top surgeon Dr Konstantin Vasyukevich.

Treatments available at his Upper East Side surgery include laser skin resurfacing, Botox and fillers.



They will be able to own a plot of land in Scotland, giving them the title of Lord or Lady
They will be able to own a plot of land in Scotland, giving them the title of Lord or Lady

Non-surgical treatments like filler come with a price tag of between $300 and $600 per pop.

If the movie stars and makers aren’t wanting to get work done on their bodies, they also have the option of free construction work on their homes.

Los Angeles-based development company Maison Construction claims to approach every project with “a commitment to excellence, integrity, and superior project management”.

If self work is more to the nominee’s taste, they can bag themselves a free $700 life coaching session with holistic healing and wellness expert Kayote Joseph.

She claims to help people manifest their dream lives using methods based on neuroscience, quantum physics and psychology.



They can also choose whatever cosmetic treatment tickles their fancy
They can also choose whatever cosmetic treatment tickles their fancy

Goodie bag owners will also be gifted a year’s supply of Oxygenetix – an award winning ‘treatment’ foundation that ‘heals’ the skin.

The $59 foundation says it increases the skin’s oxygen uptake to speed up the healing process of scarring.

See also  Kieran Hayler denies sex assault as ex Katie Price brands him a cretin who needs jail

A 12 month supply of the water resistant and SPF30 make up, costs around $700.

This year there are plenty of gold-infused edibles including gold dipped pretzels and infused olive oil.



This gold infused olive oil from 500 year old olive groves is so exclusive you can't buy it online
This gold infused olive oil from 500 year old olive groves is so exclusive you can’t buy it online

The ARITI luxurious premium extra virgin olive oil is so exclusive that you can’t order it online and have to go direct to the company.

Get the latest celebrity gossip and telly news sent straight to your inbox. Sign up to our weekly Showbiz newsletterhere.



[ad_2]
www.dailyrecord.co.uk

Related Posts

George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.