After winning his 7th Super Bowl on February 7th, Tom Brady’s signature has never been more valuable.
According to a report by TMZ, the average price for Brady’s autograph has doubled over the last four years. The NFL’s all-time winningest QB is holding private autographs sessions at memorabilia shops, and if you want to take home a signed helmet from him, you’ll have to shell out $3,700.
A signed football from the Super Bowl LV MVP comes at an asking price of $2,000, doubling the cost from Brady’s previous Super Bowl victory with the Patriots in 2017.
All sorts of Super Bowl LV-themed autographed items are available at Fanatics.com as well, including jerseys, photos, mini helmets, and the aforementioned signed football and game-helmet.
Tom Brady memorabilia has always been among some of the most valuable in the NFL. Still, as the all-time great continues to separate himself from everyone who has ever put shoulder pads on, it’s safe to assume we haven’t seen the peak of Brady’s memorabilia value.