Super Bowl Players Get $25,000 Special Edition Beats By Dre Headphones [VIDEO]
Playing in the Super Bowl this year had some extra advantages. Players from the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos will enjoy a pricey perk of playing in the upcoming championship game thanks to Beats by Dre.
Business has been real good for Dr. Dre and his partner Jimmy Iovine. Together they've built a multi-million dollar audio company that continues to reach new heights every year with Beats by Dre. Speaking of which, do to overwhelming demand, they recently launched their music streaming service. To celebrate, they gifted all of the players of the Seahawks and Broncos with a set of special edition headphones.
The custom Beats add a new meaning to blinged-out. The exclusive ear warmers are diamond-encrusted and engraved with the New York skyline and stamped with a commemorative Super Bowl XLVIII logo. The Seahawks will rock the limited edition gold while the Broncos will sport the exclusive white and gold Beats. By the way, each pair comes equipped with its own carrying case.
For all the deep pocket Seahawk and Bronco fans out there wanting to get a pair to show your team spirit, it's not gonna happen. These costume Beats are not for sale. However, just for kicks, the reported price tag for these exclusive ear warmers would set you back for $25,000.
It's no secret that All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman endorses Beats by Dre, so getting another one-of-a-kind set was right up his alley. He even got the honor of delivering them to his teammates as he proudly posted on his Instagram page. By the way, It's unclear who did the honors for Denver.
Contributing to the expensive price tag, is the fact that the hand crafted Beats by Dre headphones were designed with Graff Diamonds, home to the most fabulous jewels in the world.
Well, one things for sure, the players from both teams are going to look good for the big game. Not to mention, have a fancy way to drown out all the commotion of rowdy rival and irritating questions from the paparazzi as the prepare to play the game of their lives. Speaking of which, Super Bowl XLVIII takes place this Sunday (Feb. 2) at the Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Queen Latifah will be singing "America the Beautiful" during the pre-game and Bruno Mars and The Red Hot Chili Peppers will take the halftime stage.