Cubs fans buying up World Series rings that cost $10,800 each

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Cubs fans buying up World Series rings that cost $10,800 each

The Chicago Cubs won their first World Series title in 108 years this past season and fans are still celebrating as they are buying up the World Championship souvenir rings offered by retailer Jostens.

According to ESPN's Darren Rovell as of Thursday night, 93 fans have spent $10,800 for a gold championship ring with 144 diamonds, 55 sapphires, and 13 rubies. There is only a limited run of 108 of these high-end souvenir rings and should sell out shortly. These rings might be an investment opportunity because of the limited number of these available.

The expensive ring has 65 to 100 grams of gold compared to 100 grams of gold on rings that they players received last week.

If you can't afford that kind of mortgage-crippling bling like me, there is also another Cubs title rings that start at only $299 which is a silver metal with cubic zirconia stones.

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