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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady's All In Challenge donation experience took in a whopping $800,000, with the winning fan receiving tickets to TB12's first home game with the new team, his game-worn jersey and cleats. The fan also gets to have dinner or workout with the six-time Super Bowl champion. 

The man behind the winning bid is a 25-year-old YouTube star who brings in quite the hefty checks from his channel, according to TMZ Sports

Logan Thirtyacre is a huge Brady fan who jumped at the opportunity to hang out with the future Hall of Famer. 

He is known online as "SuperBowserLogan" and got his fortune from making a channel based on his love of Super Mario video games.

At one point, he was reportedly making nearly $1 million a month from his work on YouTube. One. Million. I'm starting to wish I created a Super Mario channel.

So the $800,000 price did not break his budget. According to TMZ, he has already paid the amount in full.

Thirtyacre is used to spending a lot on events and lavish items. He owns cars most people only dream of having and has been to multiple Super Bowls, including the iconic 28-3 New England Patriots comeback against the Atlanta Falcons in 2017.

All proceeds from the event go to coronavirus relief to help those in need of food during this time.