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Here’s What it Will Cost to Buy All of Oprah’s ‘Favorite Things’ This Year

November 2, 2017, 4:02 PM UTC

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens? Not if you’re Oprah Winfrey.

The media mogul has released the annual ‘Oprah’s Favorite Things’ list – and it’s once again loaded with a wide-ranging selection of goodies. But if you want to be like Oprah and get everything on the list, you’re going to need an Oprah-sized bank account as well.

All totaled, purchasing each of the 102 items will run you north of $14,000. While some of the gifts on the 2017 list are free, others have a price tag that dwarfs what most people will spend during the entire holiday season. And other items—like the $50 blueberries (five lbs frozen and shipped directly to you from a farm owned by Saturday Night Live‘s Lorne Michaels)—might be a bit extravagant for the average American.

Among this notable items on Oprah’s list this year are:

Casa Dragones Joven Tequila

Oprah’s a tequila fan, so she offered up two choices from her favorite distillery this year—a go-to Blanco (which runs $75 to make your high end margaritas) and Joven, a sipping tequila that comes in at $285. “I’ve sampled tequilas all over the world, but Casa Dragones is still my go-to,” she says.

Amazon Echo Show

Oprah and Amazon work closely together. (You can buy most this year’s list from the retailer), so it’s not a big surprise to see the latest digital assistant ($230) make the list.

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Marton eCycling Real, Gramercy, and Studio City Commuter Step-Through Bicycles

With gears that shift automatically and a classic design, these bikes are customizable and make it easier to zip around town in style. Price tag? $1,200.

Yellow Leaf Hammocks

No house is a home without a hammock, so Oprah has chosen these Thailand-made designs, created by artisan weavers. They run $199.

Samsung Frame 55-inch TV

Televisions don’t have to be monochrome black slabs on the wall. This Samsung offering lets you put a frame around the TV’s bezel and displays a painting or photograph of your choosing (including those from your own collection). Gorgeous, but it comes at the cost of $2,000.