Donald Trump Is Now Selling ‘Inaugural Membership Cards’

December 13, 2016, 1:32 PM UTC
Donald Trump is selling "inaugural cards" for a minimum donation of $35.
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Don’t worry if you missed out on buying a $35 “Gold Executive Membership Card” during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. Now you can buy an “Inaugural Membership Card.”

Over the summer, the Trump campaign was largely mocked for trying to sell Gold Executive Membership Cards, the Verge reported. While it was unclear what benefits the cards provided, they declared each owner as a “generous and loyal patriot” and a “true friend” of the Trump campaign. The first cards sold for $200, but the price had plummeted to $35 by August.

Now the Trump team is hawking an updated version. On Monday, the president-elect’s Twitter page sent visitors to a page where they could buy “Official 2017 Inaugural Membership” cards to those willing to shell out $35 or more.


The benefits of the new card are also unclear, but the design has changed, and it comes signed by “President Donald Trump,” rather than being “authorized by the Future President of the United States.” The card is no longer being advertised in Trump’s Twitter bio, but you can still buy it on the President-elect’s website.

Fortune has reached out to the Trump transition team for comment and will update this story if we receive a response.

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