Braves selling ‘World Champions Burger’ with replica World Series ring

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Atlanta Braves fans can get a replica World Series ring if they purchase a hamburger for…$151.

The Atlanta Braves fanbase has waited to watch their favorite team win the World Series since 1995. Last season, that became a reality, as they defeated the Houston Astros in six games to win the Commissioner’s Trophy.

With the team beginning their World Series defense on Opening Day on Apr. 7, the team is making a rather interesting offer for fans.

Fans can get their own replica 2021 Braves World Series ring at Truist Park with the purchase of a “World Champions Burger,” which comes with a hefty $151 price tag.

Braves selling ‘World Champions Burger’ with replica World Series ring

As for why the price was set at $151, that signifies the number of years the team has been in existence. But, the burger does get pricier for those who really want to show they are the ultimate fan.

This very burger is also being sold with a limited edition World Series ring…but it will cost you $25,000!

For those wondering what is on the burger, this is the description provided by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

“A half-pound Wagyu beef burger topped with cage-free pan-fried eggs, gold-leaf-wrapped Hudson Valley foie gras, grilled cold water lobster tail, heirloom tomato, Bibb lettuce, Tillamook cheddar cheese and truffle aioli on a toasted, Irish-buttered brioche bun served with Parmesan waffle fries.”

There you have it. If have the cash to get a replica or limited edition Braves World Series ring, you can do so while they are available.

Atlanta opens up their season on Apr. 7, where they take on the Cincinnati Reds.

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