On Sunday, Tom Brady orchestrated the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history when he rallied his team to beat the Falcons despite being down 25 points.
Now that the Super Bowl is behind him, it’s time for Tom Brady to get paid.
Tristar sports memorabilia company has confirmed Brady is on board for an autograph session in March and they already have prices of what Brady is set to charge for autographs at the event.
Basically, you tell the company what you want signed and TB12 will sign it.
Footballs — $1,000 each
Autographed photo — $850
Patriots mini-helmet — $900
Tom Brady “game day” style jersey — $1,200
Want him to add the words “5X SB CHAMP”? … that’ll be an extra $400.
He’ll also add a 20 character personalization for an additional $500.
If you can’t make it to the event and still want an insanely overpriced autograph of Tom Brady you can head on over to Tristar’s website and preorder a few items if you got a ton of spare cash lying around.