Taylor Swift Handwritten Cookie Recipe Selling For $100,000 On eBay

Calling all Swifties! Want to own Taylor Swift’s handwritten Chai sugar cookie recipe? Just hop on eBay and pony up $100,000.

A PSA-authenticated Taylor Swift cookie recipe with autograph was recently posted to the online shopping marketplace. Over 100 people are watching the item, waiting to pounce to own a one-of-a-kind piece of Swift memorabilia.

Taylor Swift cookie recipe
Taylor Swift cookie recipe. (credit: eBay)

On top of shelling out thousands for concert tickets, fans are also emptying their purses and wallets for anything Swift. According to The Collectibles Guru, the most expensive Swift card sold for $3,000.

The most expensive Swift memorabilia item ever sold was an autographed full-sized Fender acoustic guitar which went for over $13,000, Nerdable reports. Other items include a Swift signed 2011 Peter Max “Fearless” poster for around $11,600, and an autographed red Fender electric guitar for over $10,000.

“Swelce” cards are currently a hot commodity since Swift and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce began dating. One eBay seller is asking for nearly $3,000 for a Leaf dual-autograph booklet card of Swift and Kelce. Only 11 of those cards were made.

Taylor Swift Travis Kelce 2023 Leaf Book of Love Dual Autograph
Taylor Swift Travis Kelce 2023 Leaf Book of Love Dual Autograph. (credit: eBay)

Also on eBay, another limited-edition Taylor-Travis card sold for nearly $1,000. Made by artist PiggyBanx, the “Taylor Made” one-of-one wave variation features Swift portraying Jesus, and Kelce, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and football referees kneeling before her on a football field.

Taylor Made Card
PIGGYBANX “Taylor Made” 1/1 Wave Card. (credit: eBay)

Just last month, a “Swelce”-signed Chiefs jersey by Kelce sold for over $500 at auction.

Travis Kelce "Swelce" autographed jersey
Travis Kelce “Swelce” autographed jersey. (credit: Metabilia)

Swift made it to the Super Bowl following a Saturday night concert in Tokyo to see the Chiefs and Kelce defeat the San Francisco 49ers in an overtime thriller, 25-22. The two shared a celebratory hug and kiss on the field after the game.

Ken Goldin, founder and CEO of Goldin Auctions, believes Kelce’s game-worn Super Bowl LVIII jersey could get $250,000 if it ever comes up for sale. It was Kelce’s third Super Bowl championship of his career.

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