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"We came back, and we won", Kraft said while announcing the auction.
Bidding for the ring began at $75,000 but crossed the $1 million mark with over nine days remaining in the auction.
The massive ring marked New England's fifth Super Bowl win, which it claimed after the trademark 28-3 comeback in 2017.
"I thought about what's going on in this time, and I wanted to give something of extreme value in support of our healthcare workers", Kraft said. "We're the greatest country in the world with the greatest people who feel a sense of team and work together during the toughest times". I finally thought about our experience in Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons. This is perhaps the most historic championship the Patriots have and as you can imagine, it auctioned for an insane amount of money.
And now that symbol has created more than a million dollars of relief for organizations like World Central Kitchen, Meals on Wheels, Feeding America and No Kid Hungry. The ring has 283 diamonds, to reference the score of that game before the comeback, is 5.1 carats in weight and made with 10-karat white gold.
The auction victor, who was not identified, also will receive a personal visit with Kraft at his Gillette Stadium office in Foxborough, Mass.
'What could I do that would be special?' Kraft asked rhetorically in a self-made video promoting the auction on the All In Challenge website. We were down 28-3 [in the third quarter] and had a 99.6 percent [chance] to lose.
Other high-profile items at the auction include a private golf lesson from Tiger Woods, now at $190,000, and 18 holes of golf with Phil Mickelson, about at $120,000.
The "All In Challenge" has raised over $45 million as of Friday.
David Aaro is a Reporter at Fox News Digital based in New York City.