Not since 2003 have they raised a Lombardi Trophy in western Florida and after a dominating performance on their home field, the demand for Tampa Bay Bucs Super Bowl 55 championship memorabilia and merchandise should be strong.
Landing Tom Brady, luring Rob Gronkowski out of retirement and building the NFL’s strongest defense turned out to be a winning formula. Their 31-9 victory over the high-scoring Kansas City Chiefs left no doubt which team was the best in a challenging 2020 NFL season.
One team. One cause.
Mission complete. 💍🏆 pic.twitter.com/fYG7TTr16p
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) February 8, 2021
Even before kickoff of Super Bowl LV, deals were already in place with some of the top players on both sides whose agents secured deals for them to sign autographs in the event their team came out on top. Other agreements happen in the days immediately following the game.
Fanatics keeps an eye on early sales to see which items are the most popular with collectors and fans and will add more of those in the days and weeks ahead.
Bucs’ Super Bowl memorabilia starts and ends with the guy some love to hate, but whose record of success is becoming unfathomable. Beyond that, there’s plenty on the market already, whether you’re a fan of the Bucs, a fan of Tom Brady or a collector wanting a little piece of history.
Tom Brady Autographs
He had already had signed an exclusive multi-year deal with Fanatics in 2020 and Tom Brady autographs from his first year in Tampa Bay (and New England items too) have been available for months.
While they’re not cheap, Brady’s seventh Super Bowl win and fourth Super Bowl MVP place him beyond the realm of any player in football history and both demand and long-term value would seem to be strong. You’ve got virtually no shot to get him in person either.
A Brady signed Super Bowl helmet runs $2,499 while a signed Super Bowl LV football is $1,999.
There’s a signed multi-image 16×20 photo that’s already proven popular with those who want something a little different and aren’t afraid to pay for it.
Brady will sign more helmets, jerseys, photos and other memorabilia from the Super Bowl win including some that will carry special inscriptions. There’s a special section of the most current Brady autographed items on Fanatics’ sister site, SportsMemorabilia.com.
Bucs Autographed Helmets
Buccaneers helmets come in a couple of different sizes: minis are obviously easier to store if you’re a little tight on space and won’t cost nearly as much. You can snare a Devin White for $169.99.
Among the most popular championship items over the years are helmets with the Super Bowl logo but there are also standard team helmets. Some are available with multiple signatures but if you simply want the MVP’s autograph or a favorite player, you can snare those, too.
Display cases with their the team or Super Bowl logo make for a very nice way to show off your helmet.
Want to get your own autographs? Unsigned helmets are the way to go.
Autographed Jerseys and Photos
Got space on your wall? Autographed jerseys are always some of the most popular items to own and as is the case with helmets, there are both individual and multi-signed options as well as display cases with team or Super Bowl logos for a slightly larger investment.
Signed photos of game action, the celebration, etc., are less expensive. Pricing typically depends on size and subject. A Devin White 8×10 can be had for $129.99. Brady is considerably more.
The NFL’s trading card partner offers a special boxed set featuring 36 game-action photos and a Super Bowl MVP card. At $29.99, they’re among the least expensive items you can grab.
A bunch of different trading card sets were issued over the course of the 2020 season and eBay sellers always have team sets available from those that have a fairly deep checklist of base cards. Throughout the season, Panini also pushed out cards through its on-demand Instant platform, commemorating highlights of specific games, milestones, etc.
While they’re only available for a short time immediately after release, you can find them via eBay anytime.
Most of his better issues were already among the hottest properties in a red hot market for sports cards but demand for Brady rookie cards will increase. His 2000 Contenders Rookie Tickets (autographed and non-autographed), SP Authentic and Bowman are among the best of the best. It seemed almost impossible after his fifth and sixth titles that there was more room to grow, but here we are.
For those who want something on the wall that doesn’t cost a pirate’s bounty, collages are an option. One of the better options is “Run it Back” which features Brady and Rob Gronkowski with facsimile autographs.
There are a bunch of others featuring the Super Bowl matchup and final score, season results and individual players. Most are well under $100.
Championship bobbleheads can be had featuring players holding the Super Bowl trophy. Look for FOCO for some creative and well-designed Bucs Super Bowl champion bobbleheads.
Super Bowl Programs
Among the more inexpensive items you can own is the official Super Bowl program. You can snare the one that’s sold at the stadium for around $25.
While not classified as “collectibles” Bucs championship apparel will be among the hottest sellers among all Super Bowl-related items sold in the coming weeks and heading into next season. Some fans will try to obtain autographs on their caps and shirts. Fanatics will have pretty much anything you’re looking to find, whether for wearing or display.