Travis Scott Has His Own Cereal — But It's Gonna Cost Ya $50 To Try It

By Lauren Crawford

June 25, 2019

Travis Scott cereal is actually a thing... and I'm here for it!

The "ASTROWORLD" rapper recently put his Cactus Jack spin on one of America's most beloved cereals — Reese's Puffs. General Mills, the creators of the breakfast food, officially unveiled the special edition, Travis-designed cereal boxes on Tuesday (June 25) with the launch of a special 'Reese's Puffs' pop-up store in Paris, France.

Travis attended the launch. While there, he met with fans, signed merch, and showed off his cereal boxes, which feature Cactus Jack visuals — specifically, his action figure holding a spoon alongside a big bowl of Reese's Puffs and a large Cactus. The box also features a few doodled drawings and lightning bolts.

Travis Scott Pop Up Opens In Paris

To fans' dismay, only an "extremely limited" amount of custom cereal boxes dropped on Travis' online shop Tuesday afternoon, Billboard reported. And, sadly, the boxes sold out almost immediately. Fans also had the opportunity to buy a "Travis Scott Reese's Puff's Bowl" and "Travis Scott Reeses's Puffs Spoon," which were also designed by the 28-year-old rapper. However, those items also sold out.

According to Highsnobiety, those lucky enough to have ordered a Travis-designed cereal box will get their cereal box enclosed in an acrylic box for protection.

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Earlier this week, Travis showed off his custom cereal boxes on Instagram by posing beside two of the cereal boxes while in front of his brown Range Rover. "Sweet Sweet," he captioned the post.

On Tuesday, La Flame additionally posted a photo of him sitting atop a large tipped-over carton of fake milk that read, "Don't Cry Over Spilt Milk," which appeared to be taken at the Reese's Puffs Paris pop-up shop.

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