‘Sopranos’ Booth Used In Final Scene Selling On eBay For Over $70,000 With 3 Days Left In Auction

Woke up this morning and wanted to get yourself a piece of “Sopranos” history? Well, you’re in luck! The famous New Jersey diner booth used to film the final scene of the critically-acclaimed hit “The Sopranos” is up for auction.

Holsten’s, the Bloomfield ice cream parlor where the scene took place, put the booth up for sale on eBay and bidding has already reached over $70,000. Tony (James Gandolfini), Carmella (Edie Falco), and A.J. (Robert Iler) were sitting at the booth when “The Sopranos” controversially cut to black to end one of the greatest television shows of all-time.

"Sopranos" booth in final scene
“Sopranos” booth in final scene. (credit: eBay)

“We are currently renovating our booths at Holsten’s. This is your once in a lifetime chance to own the ORIGINAL booth that the Soprano Family sat in for the final scene of the famous show!” Holsten’s wrote in the eBay description. “The booth includes both seats, table, and divider wall with the plaque ‘Reserved for the Sopranos Family.'”

The diner has been getting social media pushback for putting the iconic booth up for auction. Diner owner Chris Carley told NJ.com that the booth, which was installed in 1973, needs to be replaced.

“That’s the only reason we’re doing it, because it was starting to fall apart,” says Carley.

"Sopranos" booth used in final scene
“Sopranos” booth used in final scene. (credit: eBay)

Carley explained that the areas connecting the booth to the wall have weakened because it was removed and reinstalled numerous times.

“We couldn’t just keep piecing them back together anymore. It’s just time to change,” Carley tells NJ.com. “People will either get used to it, or they won’t get used to it. But I think they will… hopefully, the response will be when the new one is in that everybody likes it. They’ll see that it’s really not that much of a difference.”

Whoever is lucky enough to own the booth will have to pick it up themselves.

Bidding ends Monday night at 10:02 p.m. ET.

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