It really pays off to be down with Bruno Mars and the Hooligans, and not just because the crew just wrapped a tour that brought in $369.9 million in revenue either; the perks are pretty dope too!

After performing their last show on the 24K Magic World Tour at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve, Bruno gifted the boys a grand gesture for their hard work with eight yellow-gold Audemars Piguet Extra-Thin “Jumbo” Royal Oak watches. The timepieces came in boxes that read “Audemars Piguet: Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour Edition,” with each guy getting something to floss in during the downtime from now until the next run of show. See below for a better look at the moment Mars presented them to his crew:



Although not 24 karats, the watches are dripping with 18K-gold, a 39mm case design, the signature AP “Petite Tapisserie” dial and a matching 18K-gold bracelet. If you do your math & research, each timepiece is priced at $55,400 USD on the market, so times that by eight and you’re looking at $443,200 USD for the whole set. Hard work really does pay off!

Get a better look at the watch below, and if you’re balling like Bruno, pick up one for you and the crew by heading to the Audemars Piguet online store:



Images: Audemars Piguet