_An Among Us Crewmate Nugget Sells for Over $99,000 on eBay

An Among Us Crewmate Nugget Sells for Over $99,000 on eBay

A chicken nugget that was  Crewmate Nugget pulled out of the trash and shaped like one of the Among Us crewmates has sold on eBay for $99,997. The nugget was originally thought to be only worth around $20 by the seller who found it in her fast food bag but ended up being sold as part of an auction after it drew interest online and garnered attention on social media channels, eventually closing at the price above.

The Beginning

John’s Chicken, a restaurant in the San Francisco Bay Area, recently announced on their social media accounts that they will be selling gourmet chicken nuggets shaped like Among Us crewmates.

Customers who want to enjoy this exquisite delicacy have to bid for them on eBay since these are limited edition items. According to their website, an Among Us Crewmate Nugget Sells for Over $99,000 on eBay!

All crewmates are a little bit different so each chicken nugget is unique. You can bid at any time and only one bid per person is allowed. No funds will be taken from your account until you win so there’s no risk involved in the bidding.

The Among Us Crewmate Nuggets are currently available in 6 different places around North America so don’t miss out! To see their full tour schedule check them out on Google Maps.

The Auction

It’s not every day that you see a chicken nugget shaped like an Among Us Crewmate and worth over $99,000 on eBay. But on October 3rd, one of the 20 limited edition pieces sold for an incredible sum.

An anonymous bidder placed a bid at $99,997 and won the fluffy treat. Proving to be an excellent investment, the Among Us crewmate-shaped nugget is valued at more than 400 times its original price tag!

To celebrate our massive success, I hosted a viewing party in my mansion. My friends joined me in enjoying a gourmet ice-cream sundae buffet and watching The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954). At one point during dinner, we got into an argument about whether or not Jaws was actually among us.

Someone went to check and returned five minutes later with a goose egg shaped like Jaws. I sent someone to retrieve it immediately, but they returned empty-handed. It’s still out there somewhere…somewhere scary…

How We’ll Spend it: Now that we have enough money to retire forever (and then some), we’ve decided to donate all of our earnings from our limited edition Crewmate Nugget sales towards safe drinking water initiatives across Africa.

The Auction End

There was an auction on eBay that had a crispy and sweet chicken  Crewmate Nugget nugget shaped like its crewmate, the Ronald. The nugget was put up for auction with the caption: The most expensive nugget in all of creation.

When the bidding opened, it received an initial offer of $1 for 2-days. Bidding then surged to $5,000 before the first day came to a close. It continued  Crewmate Nugget through the next day with bidding reaching over $99,999 at 1:10 p.m. and ending at 1:30 p.m.

The nugget was bought by a person named David E for $99,997. David Crewmate Nugget said in a statement: I saw it and I knew I had to have it. I’m glad that I was able to afford it but at such a cost. The creator of the nugget is also very happy as they’ve never made another piece like it since they started selling their food.

Post Auction Updates

The bidding for the Among Us chicken nugget has finally Crewmate Nugget ended, ending in a sale at $99,997. Bidding on this item first opened on December 23rd with a starting price of $1,000 and quickly escalated up to $90,000 in less than 2 days! This begs the question: why did people have such a strong desire to purchase this chicken nugget?

One reason is that it resembles our fellow Among Us crewmate CamboRosa. Another reason may be that people saw the potential of reselling the nugget for more money after its discovery caused controversy.

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