Tom Brady Is Charging Thousands of Dollars for His Autograph

Bryan Brandom
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It's good to be the king—the undisputed king of the Super Bowl, that is.

Fresh off his record-breaking fifth Super Bowl victory while quarterbacking the New England Patriots, Tom Brady is cashing in. Literally.

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.


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