Just one day after McDonald’s (MCD) launched its collaboration with Travis Scott on a combo meal that started appearing on menus on Tuesday, the rapper has revealed a line of Cactus Jack merchandise inspired by the fast-food chain.

More than 50 items are available under the McDonald’s-Scott collection, including everything from T-shirts ($48), pants ($90-$300), hoodies ($88-$98), lunch boxes ($45), rugs ($250), action figures ($65), and even a life-sized chicken nugget pillow ($90). The apparel and accessory lineup includes a ton of McDonald’s logoed wear that promotes the Cactus Jack combo meal with a vintage twist on the iconic golden arches restaurant.

The Cactus Jack combo meal is Scott’s go-to order at McDonald’s, featuring a Quarter Pounder with cheese and bacon, a medium order of fries with barbecue sauce for dipping, and a Sprite. The meal is on sale at McDonald’s restaurants across the U.S. for $6. Scott’s partnership with McDonald’s will also see two team-up to support yet-to-be-announced charities.

“I couldn’t be more excited to bring the Cactus Jack x McDonald’s collaboration to life,” Scott said in a statement on Tuesday. “We are bringing together two iconic worlds. Including a charitable component was key for me, and I can’t wait for people to see what we have in store.”

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Employees of McDonald’s also received some of their own Scott gear, which is now on sale on eBay for as much as $275 for a crewmember T-shirt. McDonald’s previously said that Scott would be designing uniforms for workers. Billboard reports he even stopped by a Downey, California, restaurant to see how employees liked the new digs.

It is clear that McDonald’s is making a splash with the tie-up with Scott, banking on attracting a younger demographic to its restaurants. Scott, who has 32.4 million followers on Instagram, saw his last two albums, “Astroworld” and “Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight,” heat up the Billboard 200 chart list. He’s sold more than 45 million albums in the U.S. to date.

Shares of McDonald's were trading at $215.00 as of premarket open on Wednesday, up $1.42 or 0.66%.

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