The Series' winner is usually awarded the prestigious trophy called the Ashes Urn. However, the trophy is a replica of the original. The original trophy is found in the Marylebone Cricket Club museum in London. Both teams also get prize money, which is usually a share of the commercial earnings received by the boards. The prize money varies for each event, and the amount for each player is based on the player contracts signed.
Another significant award is the Compton Miller Medal, usually presented to the Man of the Series. The medal was first awarded in 2005 to Andrew Flintoff. The medal is meant to commemorate Australia's Keith Miller and England's Dennis Compton, two cricket legends that played in the Ashes series.