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Shoppers line up outside Apple’s Omotesandō retail store for the Lucky Bag sale (Image via <a href="" target="_blank">Ringo-Sanco</a>)

The contents of Apple’s 2015 Japanese “Lucky Bag” sales have been revealed. The bags went on sale at 8 AM local time this morning, and the entire collection of deals was quickly revealed by those who had taken advantage of the limited-time offer.

The bags will cost shoppers around ¥38,000 (or about $323). There are four different types of bags available, and customers will get one at random when they make their purchase.

Here’s what shoppers will find in their Lucky Bags this year:

In the “best” bag, buyers will get a 128 GB 11″ MacBook Air, an accompanying Air Jacket case, an Apple TV, an Incase Icon Slim backpack in a limited edition color, a set of Powerbeats2 (by Dre) wireless headphones, a limited-edition Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation, and a Twelve South PlugBug.

The second and third types of bag contain either a 16 GB iPad Air 2 or a 16 GB iPad mini 3 along with an Ultimate Ears Boom Bluetooth speaker. The same Apple TV, Incase backpack, Mophie Powerstation, and Powerbeats2 found in the MacBook bag are also included.

The final (and apparently the most common) offer comes with a 16 GB fifth-generation iPod touch, an iTunes gift card, and the same additional goodies, as the other bags: Apple TV, Incase bag, Powerstation, and Powerbeats2.

The contents of each bag is worth much more than the price tag, so no matter which version customers end up with, they’ve scored some pretty cool gear at a fraction of the regular cost. The offer will only be available while supplies last.

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