Guests of Kylie Jenner’s Sweet 16 party get insane gifts

Guests of Kylie Jenner’s Sweet 16 party left very happy thanks to extravagant gift bags valued at over $1,000 each.

Guests of Kylie Jenner's Sweet 16 party get insane gifts

When you’re someone like Kylie Jenner and your life is filmed as part of a little TV show called Keeping Up with the Kardashians, chances are you’re used to an extravagant lifestyle.

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Well, now some of her friends know what it’s like to live that lifestyle too, thanks to some insane loot given out at Jenner’s Sweet 16 birthday party. TMZ reports that over 150 guests received luxury goodie bags (valued at over $1,000 each) as they walked out the door of her big birthday bash over the weekend.

Jenner’s party took place on Saturday at the AT&T Building in Los Angeles. Family and friends, including celebrities such as Drake and Big Sean, were on hand to join in the joyful celebration for the big day.

It’s not every day that guests of a birthday party walk out with swag — at least not the kind of swag that Jenner was giving out. Guests for Jenner’s Sweet 16 went home with gift bags filled with such fancy items as Kardashian brand makeup, gift cards, iPod speakers, 808 headphones and jewelry from Jenner’s own jewelry line.

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When you think about the fact that each bag was valued at over $1,000 each and there were 150 guests at the party, the bill for the gift bags alone sounds quite staggering. But, such as is the norm with extremely rich people, and they probably didn’t pay for any of it. With a name as big as Kardashian/Jenner attached to the party, there’s no doubt that vendors were practically falling over themselves to offer stuff just so that they could get a little free publicity.

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