First, it would appear that ordering the lowly DVD as opposed to the fancy BluRay does not entitle you to any fancy packaging.
As a stand alone product this is a good way to learn the background of the actors, the way the film was made, and the subtle features you may not have known about the cast, e.g. the majority of the cast had fled Europe as the darkness of war rolled over the continent.
Another bonus, is the total film review by Roger Ebert, scene by scene, in his voice which was made some time ago. Ebert, an excellent film reviewer has since lost his physical voice to cancer and it's good to hear him again.
The price is fair, but the packaging left a lot to be desired as an "Anniversary" piece.
Regardless, Casablanca can still bring a tear to a patriots' or lovers' eye!