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John Terry is charging fans for his autograph and to have dinner with him, the price-list is wild

John Terry is charging fans for his autograph and to have dinner with him, the price-list is wild

It's expensive.

Chelsea legend John Terry is charging fans enormous amounts for autographs and to have dinner with him.

As per the Telegraph, the former England and Chelsea captain, who works at the Blues academy, is on a one-man speaking tour. Having held the first of his four nights in Basingstoke last Friday night he has appearances in Birmingham, Bournemouth and London to come.

The price starts at £25 for a general admission ticket for Terry’s Birmingham date, however, should a fan want an autograph they will reportedly have to pay some £100 per signature on top of the ticket price.

Moreover, they can pay £500-a-head for the ‘sponsorship package’ or £5,000 for a table of 10 people, who get a private two-course dinner with the former centre-back, up to one item signed each and a photograph.

As per the website promoting the event, the £5,000 table is sold out for the nights in Bournemouth and London.

Meanwhile, fans who bought the £150 ‘platinum package’, which is sold out in Birmingham, get a photo with Terry and front row seating. However, an autograph is not guaranteed in the ticket price, while the ‘gold package’ also includes a photo but no autograph.

The price list on ‘An Evening with John Terry’ includes a notice which reads: “SIGNATURES CAN BE PURCHASED ON THE LINK WHERE YOU BUY THE TICKETS – YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN ITEM – you will be required to come before the show to have your item signed.”

Fans in London must pay £30 for a general admission ticket and £110 for the ‘gold package’, £10 more expensive than in Birmingham and Bournemouth.

Furthermore, there is a £55 silver package in Bournemouth, which includes balcony seating and a photo with John Terry.

The ‘Evening with John Terry’ tour is being hosted by Knock Out memorabilia and events and does not mention where the proceeds will be going.

On the company’s website, Knock Out said: “This will be the first time ever John Terry has taken part in any events like this so we are bringing him to four amazing venues across the country. He will be in Basingstoke, Birmingham, Bournemouth and London. We are positive that all four of these events will sell out in a very short space of time.”

At his date in Basingstoke last week, Terry spoke about the possibility of him managing Al-Shabab in Saudi Arabia. He explained: “I’m not going to be manager over there. It’s for a different role and I’ll be based in the UK. It’s very early doors.”

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Topics: Football, John Terry, Chelsea, England, Premier League