Eagles are raffling a Super Bowl ring for charity

Philadelphia Eagles

There aren’t many chances to get a Super Bowl ring unless you’re part of an organization that wins the game, but one person outside the Eagles organization will get one of the rings they handed out to players earlier this month.

The Eagles announced that they are raffling off one of the rings to raise money for autism research through Eagles Autism Challenge. A donation of $10 provides 100 entries and those who purchase 2,500 entries or more will be eligible for other prizes, including a photo opportunity with Nick Foles and the Lombardi Trophy.

“This has truly been one of the most remarkable seasons in franchise history,” Eagles Autism Challenge executive director Ryan Hammond said in a release. “From winning our first Lombardi Trophy to raising more than $2.5 million for innovative autism research, our fans have supported us every step of the way. The Eagles World Championship Ring Sweepstakes will present one lucky Eagles fan with a once-in-a-lifetime keepsake, while directing much-needed funds to a cause that affects the lives of so many in our communities.”

The winner will attend the December 3 game against Washington, meet Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie and be on the field for pre-game warmups before getting their personalized ring.

19 responses to “Eagles are raffling a Super Bowl ring for charity

  1. Eagles’ inaugural autism fundraiser killed it.

    It’s got to drive the Philly haters nuts that our organization is well-run and upstanding.

  2. “The Eagles World Championship Ring Sweepstakes will present one lucky Eagles fan … ”

    I feel so so so … un-included.

  3. mybigthirdleg says:
    June 21, 2018 at 7:26 am
    Maybe idiot big mouth Chris Long will buy it.
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    Dude donates his entire salary for kids education and he’s an idiot. Would love to know who this guy thinks is smart. Bet you it rhymes with Dump.

  4. “How will they know if the winner is an Eagles fan or not???”

    Fair question, perhaps there is a resale caveat, in which case, non-fan would be holding a ring he can’t sell of a team he isn’t a fan of.

  5. They should give one to each lousy ref who handed them the game on three terrible calls…..lol. Corrupt NFL.

  6. ……..”They should give one to each lousy ref who handed them the game on three terrible calls…..lol. Corrupt NFL.”

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    Your tears are delicious.

  7. How sad, pathetic, and weak do you have to be to post hate on a auction that benefits Autism research? The Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles a top class organization who contributes daily to its community spends thousands of dollars on a ring and then auctions of for a valid charity and you haters some how take the time to post on here anything but praise? Yikes, this is the time to look in the mirror. The Eagles are the best team in football and they find time for charity, do you do the same?

  8. @61veloce
    No tears dude just the truth. Been drinking haterzzzz tears thru 5 lombardis and 20 years of AFC Championships. The truth hurts?? Lol

  9. Patriotways, the truth is the three plays you question are “the truth”. Get over it, you lost and gave up 41 points.

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