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13 minutes ago, Cary Kollins said:

Why would they make $30k rings for the losing team? 

The Eagles worked on the design of their ring after winning. Not buying this, literately or figuratively.

https://www.nbcsports.com/philadelphia/eagles/philadelphia-eagles-behind-scenes-story-super-bowl-lii-ring

$30k is the asking price not necessarily what the team paid.

And Superbowl losers get rings for winning their conference. That's nothing new.

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14 minutes ago, doomer said:

$30k is the asking price not necessarily what the team paid.

And Superbowl losers get rings for winning their conference. That's nothing new.

 

So its the NFC Championship ring. The seller has it listed as a super bowl ring. 

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40 minutes ago, doomer said:

$30k is the asking price not necessarily what the team paid.

And Superbowl losers get rings for winning their conference. That's nothing new.

It was appraised around $11k per the potato quality image of the certificate of authenticity 

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45 minutes ago, je1005 said:

Leading bidder is “b. rozinski”

answer of the week.

 

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10 hours ago, LinvilleGorge said:

Wonder whose it is? I honestly don't blame them for trying to cash in on a loser's ring.

My guess?  Remmers.  10 K for every sack he surrendered to Von Miller.

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