Gene Simmons will deliver "Vault" to you personally....for $50,000.

If you can't afford that, there's other levels of that "personal touch."

September 12, 2017

USA Today

Gene Simmons has taken the wraps off his forthcoming box set, which no doubt is the priciest collection you'll ever buy -- if you're crazy enough to buy it.

Gene Simmons will release the most expensive box set ever.  "VAULT," contains 150 previously unreleased tracks, collectibles and personal items from Gene's archives. And if you cough up $50,000...yes fifty-grand, Gene will personally deliver the box to your home.

In addition to handing you the box, you'll get two hours with him at your home or another location of your choice, and you can invite up to 25 friends and family members. Plus you'll receive photos, videos and autographs, an intimate Songs and Stories playback session, and a Q&A with Gene.

If the $50,000 price tag is too rich for your blood,  there's the $25,000 package, which gets you a SKYPE call with Simmons, a one-hour private studio preview with Simmons, offering the opportunity to listen to tracks before they are released; a distinguished Executive Producer credit; a photo, video and autograph opportunity; one of the first 500 limited-edition numbered VAULTs; and a VAULT Pre-Pack.

If that's still too much, then how about the $2000 package, which gets you the box set along with a limited-edition collectible, including a Gene Simmons non-makeup action figure and an “In Gene We Trust” oversized medallion, and a one-of-a-kind, hand-selected original piece of memorabilia from his personal collection.

Simmons says, "Any artist can release a boxed set, and never really thank the fans for their support. I want to celebrate my 50th anniversary in rock WITH the fans, and I have had a blast putting something really special together for them. THE VAULT EXPERIENCE gives fans something truly unique that they can keep forever, and it gives me a chance to personally thank them for all of their support over the years.”

Here's Gene telling you about it now.  Click here to link to his website.