Replica Ravens Super Bowl Rings For Sale On eBay

Replica Ravens Super Bowl ringsNone of the Ravens have gotten desperate enough to sell their real Super Bowl rings, but if you’re looking for something that’s similar to what the champs are wearing eBay has a pretty nice selection of replicas. I searched “Ravens Super Bowl rings” and saw fakes from China listed from $89-$250.

Some look fantastic. Other look like crap.

For $250 you can get a Joe Flacco replica in silver that looks pretty damn good. According to the seller’s description, the ring is solid copper and is silver plated with cubic zirconia stones. Other players names or custom names are also available. The ring includes a fancy box and sizes 10-12.

Some listings include the engraving of the postseason scores inside, just like the Ravens real rings. Others don’t. I was honestly blown away by all the different options available.

If you’re looking for something more official, Jostens sells a fan ring for $400. It’s similar to the ones the players and coaches wear, but is smaller and slightly modified.

Have you ordered a Super Bowl ring on eBay? Let me know how it turned out.

Zach Wilt is the Founding Editor of BaltimoreSportsReport.com and host of the BSR Podcast. He's a loyal Orioles, Ravens and Capitals fan who is obsessed with baseball, loves traveling, In-N-Out Burger and Walt Disney World.

8 Comments

  1. anonymous hippopotamus

    July 3, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    I bet this is what Nestor is asking Santa to put under his tree this year.

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  3. Willo

    July 4, 2013 at 7:09 am

    I remember back in the day after the Ravens initial SB victory that my younger brother was in the market for a replica SB ring. I wonder what ever happened to that desire?

    • MGW

      July 4, 2013 at 9:32 am

      Football is now my number 3 sport by a significant distance.

      28 players arrested since the Super Bowl. It’s a thug league.

      Speak of the “troubled lives” these guys led before football and the difficulties they have with newfound money, but a wise young man pointed out to me that a significant number of baseball players grew up using cardboard for baseball gloves and with drug wars going on all around them.

      It’s what YOU choose to do with your circumstances. Pull up your boot straps and carry on or continue to make excuses.

      • Nick

        July 4, 2013 at 9:44 pm

        It’s my second favorite after baseball by a long shot, but don’t let the bad ones sour you on the sport. There are a lot more good guys than bad ones: Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Torrey Smith, RG3…

        • MGW

          July 5, 2013 at 7:56 am

          I hear ya, Nick. I also have grown tired of the arrogance of the NFL. The whole charade with the season opener/Ravens/Orioles issue was the latest example.

          The NFL is the “King of the Sports World” right now and basically has an ability to print money. The thing is, back in the 1940′s two of the country’s most popular sports were boxing and horse racing and who really cares about those two sports now?

          Baseball just kind of keeps chugging along. it’s certainly not without it’s faults, but its the one sport that has endured all. (I’m starting to sound like James Earl Jones, aren’t I?) But it’s true. The NFL has an arrogance that comes with being the current #1 sport in America, but if things like the continual arrests keep happening and they continue to make the game “two-hand touch”, they are risking falling the same way boxing and horse racing did.

          Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy it, just not quite as much as I did even a few years ago.

          • Nick F

            July 5, 2013 at 3:21 pm

            Completely agree with everything you said as usual, haha.

            Also, find it funny that people are STILL complaining about the Orioles not moving their game for the Ravens.

  4. spy

    July 6, 2013 at 9:23 am

    Football is number one followed by international soccer and then baseball a distant third,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,at least the NFL admits to steroid and HGh usage amoung it’s players,,,,,,,,,,,,,,baseball has a long way to go because Selig still thinks 95 % of the baseball players are clean,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,he refuses to admit steroid have bastardized the once reliable records the game had , this has taken all the joy out of Mudville for me and Casey……………………….