Travis Scott’s partnership with McDonald’s (MCD) seems to be paying off in a big way. The rapper, who has a combo meal named after him, also launched a line of McDonald’s wear and accessories that are now selling for big bucks.

In the collection, which is currently sold out, Scott introduced a life-size Chicken McNugget pillow that stands at three feet tall and has a price tag of $90. Currently, the pillow can be found on sites such as eBay, selling for over $800.

Other McDonald’s merchandise from Scott is also selling on the site. Crewmember shirts are going for as much as $450 while logoed Cactus Jack shirts are selling for as high as $219. But some T-shirts can still be found on eBay for reasonable prices in the $20 to $25 range.

Even a receipt of a Cactus Jack meal is selling on eBay for $5.55.

Other items in the McDonald’s-Scott collection included beanies, keyrings, clutches, rugs, shorts, hoodies, and masks. McDonald’s will be restocking the sold-out merchandise, The New York Post reported.

McDonald’s announced its collaboration with Scott on Sept. 8 and launched the merchandise line the next day. Scott’s McDonald’s combo meal, called the Cactus Jack meal, includes a quarter pounder with cheese and bacon, fries with barbecue dipping sauce, and a Sprite. The meal costs $6 and is available until Oct. 4.

McDonald’s relationship with Scott is an attempt to attract a younger demographic of customers into its restaurants with the Cactus Jack meal. But the tie-up with the “Astroworld” rapper has rubbed some franchisees the wrong way because of his explicit lyrics.

Shares of McDonald's were trading at $222.82 as of 10:02 a.m. EDT, up 45 cents or 0.20%.

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Travis Scott has issued a statement after a fan fell from a balcony during his concert. Pictured: Travis Scott on April 14, 2017 performing in Indio, California. Getty Images