Of course, like anything, it’s worth what someone is willing to pay.
Right now, apparently the price tag is $14,667.89, the final price hammered in a 10-day eBay auction that ended last night, as 29 bidders battled it out racking up a whopping 62 bids before the auction ended.
100 percent of the monies received will go to support the YMCA of Southern Nevada, a nonprofit organization founded in 1944.
The winner and their guest will be flown to Las Vegas and put up at the Palms Casino Resort for a three-night stay. While there, they’ll join the Harrisons and Chumlee for dinner and a poker tournament (the prize package includes $1,000 in Palms Casino Resort chips).
The next day will be spent as an intern at the Gold & Silver Pawn Shop … how exciting would that be — to be part of the pawn shop crew!
Congratulations to the winning bidder! Feel free to drop us a note and share your experience. And our hats off to the Harrisons, Chumlee, the Palms and all involved – including all the bidders – for teaming up to raise money for the YMCA.
We’ll be curious to see if more events like these are forthcoming.
— Posted by Karen
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