Reply: New England Patriots
When a National Football League (NFL) football team wins the Super Bowl, they are dealt with a custom-made ring celebrating it profit. The practice of assigning the rings goes back to the beginning of the Super Bowl itself in 1967 and serves as a way for team members, coaches and support staff to celebrate the victory and carry a heathen with them (since there is only a single physical trophy awarded for the win).
NFL gives each team about $ 5,000 for each ring and limits their coverage of the spending to the first 150 rings. Any extra costs are borne by the team franchise and it is according to the franchise's own discretion what the design should be, which precious metals and stones are used and ultimately what the cost of the ring comes to.
When it comes to splashing money on Super Bowl rings, no one knows how to glitter like New England Patriots. The rings ordered for their 2015 profit were valued at $ 36,500 each. Their 2017 ring, seen here and made by Jostens, a company well known in Super Bowl rings and memorabilia, has never been valued publicly, but is even bigger than their 2015 ring and according to Jostens the biggest championship ever.