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How much is a Super Bowl ring worth?

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Most Super Bowl rings are worth between $30,000 and $50,000. Rings of significance, such as those belonging to notable players or Super Bowls of note have sold for much higher prices. A ring from the first Super Bowl sold at auction for $70,000.

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How much is a Super Bowl ring worth?
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In spite of what fans and collectors are willing to pay, in the strictest terms, a Super Bowl ring is worth only the cost to make it. That number varies from year to year due to fluctuations in the cost of the materials used to make the rings. Whatever the final cost of manufacturing Super Bowl rings ends up being each year, the NFL's contribution of $5,000 per ring remains constant.

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