Andrew Luck Signs Exclusive Autographed Memorabilia Deal with Panini

Andrew Luck Signs Exclusive Autographed Memorabilia Deal with Panini

Andrew Luck has signed a deal with Panini Authentic that gives the company exclusive autograph and memorabilia rights. The multi-year agreement extends to things like photos, jerseys and helmets. It does not give Panini exclusive rights to autographed Andrew Luck trading cards.

A handful of autographed Andrew Luck items are already available on the Panini Authentic website. Current prices range from $199.99 for signed photos and mini helmets up to $599.99 for an inscribed Stanford helmet that's limited to 50.

"We’ve been waiting for just the right player to spearhead Panini Authentic’s expansion into other sports. Andrew Luck is that player," said Panini America CEO Mark Warsop in a statement.

Luck is the first football player to join the stable of Panini Authentic athletes. Others include basketball stars Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant and Blake Griffin.

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