It's good to be the king—the undisputed king of the Super Bowl, that is.
According to autograph factory Tristar, they'll be selling items autographed by Brady that run up to $1,999—and that's before extra fees for a personal inscription.
Stock items like signed Super Bowl footballs ($1,099) and Brady jerseys ($1,199) are available, but Brady will apparently also sign fans' personal memorabilia—again, for a price.
Here's the cost breakdown if you want Brady to sign something you already own:
- Licensed trading card (3.5″ x 5″) – $499
- Flat Item up to and including 11×14 – $799
- Flat Item larger than 11×14, mini helmet, or football – $819
- Full size helmet, or NFL licensed jersey – $849
- Reproduced artwork, canvas, or multi-signed item with 5 or more signatures – $1,399
- Original artwork, game used, or any other item not listed – $1,999
- Inscription – Choose 1 from: 4x SB MVP, SB 51 MVP, SB 49 MVP, SB 38 MVP, SB 36 MVP, 16-0 ’07 – $299
- Inscription – Choose 1 from: 2x NFL MVP, 5x SB Champ, SB 51 Champs, 07 NFL MVP, 10 NFL MVP – $399
- Personalization up to 20 characters – $499
That's right, if you want him to write "2x NFL MVP," it'll cost you another $400.
Worst of all, fans spending thousands on getting a man to write his name on their stuff won't even get to meet said man: Brady will be signing the items with reps from Tristar, meaning that you'll have to send the above items in if you want that sweet 'graph.