The auction for Robert Kraft’s Super Bowl LI ring is over — and the final bid was OVER A MILLION BUCKS!!
$1,025,000 to be exact!!
As we previously reported, the New England Patriots owner offered up the ring to help raise money for COVID-19 relief as part of Michael Rubin’s All In Challenge.
And, remember, this ring was from the legendary 28-3 Super Bowl comeback against the Atlanta Falcons in 2017 … the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history!
As far as the jewelry itself — it’s one of the biggest championship rings ever created … weighing 5.1 carats and featuring 10-karat white gold and nearly 300 diamonds.
So far, the winning bidder has not been identified — but obviously, it’s someone with a LOT of money to spend!
In addition to the ring, Kraft says he’ll hand-deliver it to the auction’s highest bidder in his personal trophy room … and says if the winner is out of state, he’ll send the team jet to pick them up!
That’s not all … RK says the trip will come with a personal tour of the Pats facilities — and maybe even a few meals with the 78-year-old!!
Congrats … to whoever you are!