News March 20, 2015   |  by

Michael Jordan and Upper Deck Ink Long Term Deal for Exclusive Memorabilia

The renewal deal between Michael Jordan and Upper Deck means the latter remains the sole producer of authentic MJ collectibles autographed by the legend himself.

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This autographed “Tegata” lithograph is limited to 123 pieces and sells for a whopping US$1,999

Michael Jordan may have long retired from professional basketball, but he remains relevant till date, thanks to the continued presence of sneakers from Jordan Brand and assorted memorabilia that includes collectibles and trading cards. Fueling his popularity is the new long-term renewal deal he inked with Upper Deck, an exclusive provider of memorabilia for the world’s greatest athletes.

Under the new agreement, Upper Deck will continue to be the sole producer of authenticated collectibles, trading cards and memorabilia featuring the basketball legend’s image and autograph. The new deal will also limit the number of Jordan autographs and make Jordan’s highly coveted signature more valuable for fans and collectors, while ensuring that buyers are paying money for the real deal.

Upper Deck’s portfolio of Michael Jordan products includes some of the most innovative collectibles and trading cards in the market today. In addition, the collection features items such as pieces of the game-used floor from Jordan’s era with the Chicago Bulls, as well as incredible dual and multi-signed items showcasing Jordan with other legendary athletes such as Wayne Gretzky, Muhammad Ali, Tiger Woods, and Larry Bird.

Visit the Upper Deck online store to shop the Michael Jordan collection