Tom Brady Signed Buccaneers Super Bowl LV Merchandise Going For Insane Prices

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When it comes to the sports memorabilia industry, there’s one name that ranks above all others right now when it comes to signed merchandise, that being Super Bowl LV MVP Tom Brady.

Brady, who was the best player on the field last Sunday in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31-9 trouncing of the Kansas City Chiefs, has again seen his signed merchandise take a huge swing upward, and if you’re lucky enough to have some of that merch, you’ve likely got a small fortune on your hands.

TMZ reports that current Brady autograph prices are “higher than ever,” which isn’t a shock considering his place in NFL history and the fact he’s won more Super Bowls himself than any franchise in the league.

The prices for a Brady autograph have doubled in the last four years, and now that he’s with a new team in Tampa a lot of fans and collectors are busy trying to get Brady’s name on both merchandise featuring his old club in the New England Patriots and now the Bucs.

If you’re interested in some of the prices of the merchandise, a Buccaneers full size helmet with Brady on it is going as high $3,700.

Brady has been busy since winning the big game last week having fun on boats and tossing the Lombardi trophy around, but when he’s not doing that he’s also busy having a private signing down in Florida where fans are flocking to get his signature.

Here’s the recent prices of signed Brady Super Bowl LV merchandise.

* Brady autographed photo from SBLV – $1600. * Brady autographed football – $2000. * Brady autographed Bucs mini-helmet $1800. * Brady autographed Buccaneers Super Bowl LV jersey with inscription – $3000.

The big item that everyone is trying to snag though is the full size autographed helmet, which as stated above is closing in on $4000 at $3,699.99.

Now if you’re a collector or just a huge Brady fan and wants to get your hands on some of his signed merch, be careful, as there’s bound to be plenty of fakes out there, and not only that, if you don’t get a COA (certificate of authenticity) from a company such as JSA – James Spence Authentication, the autograph isn’t going to be worth nearly as much.

For the right price anything can be had, and right now it might be the right time to jump on the Brady bandwagon before the prices get any higher.

Written by Matt Loede

Matt has been a part of the Cleveland Sports landscape working in the media since 1994 when he graduated from broadcasting school. His coverage beats include the Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers. He's written three books, and won the "2020 AP Sports Stringer Lifetime Service Award."

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