There’s still time for you to watch this year’s Emmy nominations. The award show will be broadcast September 12, and there’s stiff competition this year.

The nominees were announced in July and hits like Succession, Ted Lasso and White Lotus scored the most nominations. For Outstanding Drama Series, not one of last year’s eight nominees in the category made it back this year. HBO’s Succession and Euphoria will be dueling it out with Netflix’s Stranger Things and Ozark.

It will be a night of both momentous achievement and bitter disappointment. But no matter what, award presenters and all nominated celebrities will not leave empty handed.

For a ninth year, the extravagant goodie-filled Giving Suite is returning. Celebs leave with loads of free luxury swag like all-expenses paid private island vacations, new tech gadgets and high-end jewelry. Brands pay heavily to be part of these suites, giving away unique products while asking celebrities to pose with the gifts. In the social media age, a brand’s product in the hands of the rich and famous can translate into exposure and sales.

Katie Kahler, account executive at Minnesota-based distributor American Solutions for Business, says luxury is about the entire package. “When we think about luxurious gifts and merchandise now, this is not just a brand name or a product, but how it is being used and the messaging behind that,” she says. “We don’t want to just send high end headphones to watch Emmys content at home, but an entire custom kit that will include the snacks and cozy essentials during the show, and a bath bomb and sleep mask to relax afterward.”

But the Giving Suite is giving back, too. The Television Academy Foundation, the charitable arm of the Television Academy, hosts the Giving Suite to support its mission to educate the next generation of diverse television leaders. Participating celebrities help by autographing items to be auctioned off by the Foundation to help support its programs.

“Since the Giving Suite’s goal is to raise money for career pathways and access to the television industry for students across the country, I would also make sure the merchandise we recommend also includes this focus on giving back,” Kahler says. “In addition to the presenter’s autograph, each product would include a high-end print piece focused on the multiple layers of giving back to key communities.”

While us regular folks may not get the top picks from the Giving Suite, there’s enough luxe promo to go around. Here’s what we’d want to see in a gifting suite.

Make a statement with this “Outside the Lines” food kit. This one is for those who break rules, push boundaries and think outside the lines. This kit is full of consciously made snacks for optimal enjoyment.

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In Carla Hall’s Soul Food, the beloved chef and television celebrity takes us back to her own Nashville roots to offer a fresh look at America’s favorite comfort cuisine and traces soul foods history from Africa and the Caribbean to the American South. Carla shows us that soul food is more than barbecue and mac and cheese.

The Book Company / PPAI 218850, S5 /

This pizza oven is perfect for everyone. Make wood-fired pizzas that impress or bake with propane by adding on the gas burner. Pull good moments fresh from the fire with authentic design reinvented for the modern backyard.

Premco Associates/PISI / PPAI 145323, S4 /

The ClearPad Glow is an innovative, trendy light up memo pad that engages creativity and allows personal, artistic ideas or quick notes and reminders. The five LED white lights can be turned on with the power button on the side of the base. Recipients can write on the acrylic pad with chalk markers (opaque white included). It can be wiped clean and endlessly reused. / PPAI 383252, S8 /

Traveling light? The Beemini Pack is a city essential, perfect for storing your gear on everyday errands, hiking trails, or trips downtown. The internal water bottle pocket keeps the bag slim and compact, and the front utility pocket allows you quick access to things like your phone or wallet. There’s also external tech port for charging cable or hydration pack.

Origaudio / PPAI 421483, S7 /

Inspired by Nature’s patterns, the Picnic Time Leaf Cheese Board is a 100% bamboo cutting board with an inlaid alternating light and dark pattern and a connected cheese toolbox tucked conveniently under the board. Simply swivel the top of the board to access the stainless steel and bamboo-handled cheese fork, crumbly cheese chisel knife, pointed-tip hard cheese knife and waiter-style corkscrew. This unique cheese board set is sure be a conversation piece at your next dinner party.

Picnic Time Family of Brands / PPAI 143890, S6 /

Back pain impacts millions of Americans every year. This curated “Got Your Back” bundle of Therabody solutions were specifically designed by company founder Dr. Jason Wersland to help address the acute and chronic pain many experience daily. Whether you sit at a desk all day or woke up with a little discomfort after your last workout, this bundle empowers you with solutions you can use to feel better on-the-go or right in the comfort of home. It includes PowerDot 2.0 Duo, Butterfly Back Pad and Wave Duo.

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