In between jaunts to Disney World, New York, Green Bay and probably other points in between, our favorite quarterback was also busy putting a Sharpie to work. Aaron Rodgers autographed memorabilia is hot and getting hotter.
He's been in demand among Packers fans since taking over the starting role, but now a Rodgers signed football, mini helmet, photo or jersey is something on the want list of any Super Bowl MVP collector or those who've just now discovered the bright future that seems to await the pride of Chico, Cal.
Snaring a Rodgers autograph in person is the best experience, but it's getting harder to do that these days. Think you struggled at training camp? Just about anywhere he goes from here on, there will be someone with him, making sure he gets there without being mobbed.
The next best and easiest way to get an autograph--and a nice one--is simply to buy one. If you're shopping around for Aaron Rodgers autographed memorabilia, just what's available?
A pretty good variety.
A check of web sites shows the Rodgers signed mini helmet is getting to be a big deal--and there are even some Super Bowl XLV Rodgers mini helmets already for sale. They've also got Rodgers signed footballs, jerseys, trading cards and more.
There are over 1,000 Aaron Rodgers autographed items on Amazon.com. Click here to see them. Prices vary depending on the item but you'll have your pick. Honestly, Rodgers is still a bargain compared to guys like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, considering his relative youth and what may lie ahead. Amazon isn't the only place to find Rodgers signed memorabilia, though.
Football Fanatics has a monster selection of Packers gear, including Super Bowl shirts, hats, collectibles and even a Packers Super Bowl XLV Champs garbage can (yes, we bought one). They've also got a mountain of Rodgers autographed items. Click here to get $4.99 3-day shippingfrom this site, which is among the largest team stores on the planet (or click the big banner to the left).
Of course, you can use the links here on Green Bay Quarterback to get to things on eBay, too. It's a good idea to make sure it has a certificate of authenticity from a reliable source like PSADNA or Upper Deck Authenticated. Click here to check out what's available.
With one championship 'belt' under his...well...belt, and more success seeming almost inevitable, Aaron Rodgers autographed memorabilia is going to become more popular and and probably more expensive. Because of the victory, more sellers are offering items, leading to more marketplace competition so even buying in the wake of a Super Bowl title might not be a bad idea.