The 2016 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book is Here

For those looking to splurge a bit this holiday season, Dallas-based luxury retailer Neiman Marcus unveiled its annual Christmas Book on Wednesday.

If you have a few thousand dollars laying around you can spurge on one or two of the 10 2016 Fantasy Gifts; we're listing them here from high to low:

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$1.5 million buys you the most expensive fantasy gift — a Cobalt Valkyrie-X private plane in rose gold. It comes with rose gold flight controls, cream leather seats and two years of 24/7 technical support in the U.S.

A week of luxe living at three English estates, $700,000. You and seven people will live like dukes and duchesses for a week.

$700,000 buys you and seven friends a week of luxe living at three English estates. This gift comes with access to Alnwick Castle, Wilton House and Blenheim  — the childhood home of Winston Churchill. Not to mention, you’ll eat and drink like kings and queens, too.

Exclusive Grammy Awards experience, $500,000. Exclusive backstage tour, walking the red carpet, + a one-of-a-kind Gibson Les Paul ’59 Reissue guitar.

An exclusive trip to the Grammy Awards can be yours for $500,000. You’ll get two tickets to Los Angeles to attend the award show in February and accommodations at the Peninsula Beverly Hills. An exclusive backstage tour, walk on the red carpet and a one-of-a-kind Gibson Les Paul ’59 Reissue Guitar are some of the other perks that come with the tickets.

Have you always wanted to host a slumber party at the Neiman Marcus flagship store in Downtown Dallas? You and 11 of your BFFs can sleep over for $120,000. Twelve plump twin beds will be set up and you'll be provided with Neiman Marcus-print pajamas and drinks will be served by an expert mixologist as well as tasty treats while you watch the 1983 documentary The Store in the store surrounded by Valentino, Givenchy and Chanel to name a few.

Curated collection of Caldecott Medal—winning children’s books, $100,000. 36 first editions or early printings gathered just for Neiman Marcus.

For the ultimate collector on your list, $100,000 buys you a curated collection of Caldecott Medal-winning children's books spanning almost 80 years. The books are either first editions or early printings in original dust jackets.

$65,000 each buys you his and hers Neiman Marcus Island Cars featuring Lilly Pulitzer.

Neiman Marcus always celebrates the holiday with unique "his and hers" gifts. In 2016, it's a pair of Neiman Marcus Island Cars featuring Lilly Pulitzer for $65,000 each. His car comes in crisp, custom green and hers is pretty in pink. The seats and fabric tops are covered in Lilly Pulitzer prints. The cars also come with totes, towels, his swim trunks and her caftan in coordinating fabrics.

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A one-day private quarterback camp with Joe Montana for $65,000 would be the perfect gift for the sports fan on your list. The four-time Super Bowl winner and three-time Super Bowl MVP is your personal coach for the day in the San Francisco Bay Area. You'll get your picture taken with the Pro Football Hall of Famer and walk away with a personalized football.

INFINITI Q60 Neiman Marcus Limited Edition, $63,000. Only 50 are available, only in stunning Solar Mica paint.

Each year, The Christmas Book features a car. In 2016, it's a Neiman Marcus, limited edition Infiniti Q60 in a "stunning Solar Mica paint" — there are only 50 available for the $63,000 price tag.

Walk-on role in the smash Broadway musical Waitress, $30,000. Music and lyrics by five-time Grammy Award nominee Sara Bareilles.

For $30,000, you can hit Broadway for a walk-on role in the musical Waitress. You’ll get four premium show tickets and a meet-and-greet with the cast. You’ll also get a Waitress themed pie-making lesson from the show’s pie consultant. (Can't afford it? The pie recipe is available online for anyone to make)

This year, Neiman Marcus offers gifts for the pessimist and optimist on your Christmas list.

For the pessimist, it's a mattress with a built-in lockbox for $25,000. It can only be opened by one of a million-plus possible combinations and is safe from fire.

For the OPTIMIST: A bracelet that brightens the future, $25. By supporting the Akola Project, this bracelet—handmade of paper, glass, and hope—is a constant reminder that you are helping to change lives.

For the optimist, it's a bracelet that brightens the future for $25 — the bracelet is from the Akola Project (NBC 5 featured a story on the project aimed at changing lived HERE).

The rest of The Christmas Book features gifts in a variety of price ranges.

More: Neiman Marcus' The Christmas Book | The 2016 Fantasy Gifts

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