NFL AUCTION

NFL AUCTION

There’s only one place to bid on exclusive Super Bowl Packages and authentic signed and game-used items from your favorite teams and players: NFL.com/auction. Over the past five years NFL Auction has donated more than $5 million to NFL and team charities and nonprofits. The NFL does not retain any profits generated by the sale of products on the NFL Auction platform.

NFL Auction plays a key role in the NFL’s Cancer Screening and Salute to Service campaigns. Game-used and game-issued items are featured on the site so that money can be raised for the league’s charitable partners.

OVERVIEW OF NFL AUCTION FUNDRAISING EFFORTS

The NFL does not profit from the sale or auction of items on the NFL Auction platform. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL’s nonprofit partners, designated by the NFL in its sole discretion each season. Some of these nonprofit organizations include the NFL Foundation, American Cancer Society, USO, Wounded Warrior Project, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, NFL Player Care Foundation and many team charities.

There are certain fixed costs associated with each item listed and sold on NFL Auction. These costs include, but are not limited to, the safe storage of memorabilia in an offsite facility, website hosting fees, credit card transactions and photo matching services (specific to game-worn product). For several campaigns featured on NFL Auction, the NFL first subtracts these costs from each item’s final sale price and donates the dollars that remain. For some campaigns, including A Crucial Catch (breast cancer awareness) and Salute to Service (military appreciation), the NFL does not subtract any costs and donates the full sale price in its entirety. At no time does the NFL retain any profits generated by the sale or auction of products on the NFL Auction platform.