Former United States President Donald Trump launched a collection of NFT trading cards on Thursday that claims to come with real-life benefits for buyers, including an invite to a gala dinner, zoom call, or even a meet-and-greet with Trump.

Trump launched the Collect Trump Cards campaign through his official Truth Social account Thursday. The post says that the digital trading cards will be minted on Polygon, an Ethereum blockchain network. The cards will sell for $99 each and enter buyers into sweepstakes to win certain perks.

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In a video accompanying the release, Trump says they are “just like a baseball card, or other collectibles.” The launch Thursday morning came after Trump teased a “major announcement” on his Truth Social platform on Wednesday.

The video starts with the former president greeting viewers “Hopefully your favorite president of all time, better than Lincoln, better than Washington.” He promises that buyers “will join a very exclusive community, my community, that I think it’s something you’re going to like and you’re gonna like it a lot.”

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The sales launch features a “sweepstakes” with prizes including dinner with Trump, a group cocktail hour at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, or a one-on-one meeting with the former president and a round of golf. He is also offering individual and group Zoom sessions, signed memorabilia, and “Golden Edition signed e-trading cards” as prizes.

Buyers who buy 45 digital trading cards, which could cost $4,455 before any taxes or fees, are “guaranteed a ticket to attend a gala dinner with Trump in South Florida,” according to the site

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“Remember, Christmas is coming, and this makes a great Christmas gift,” the 45th president said in the video.

The site accepts credit cards and cryptocurrency. The cards are available for only US users only and can be purchased on any marketplace that accepts Polygon-based NFTs.

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Each card features an illustration of Trump, in some cases depicting him as a superhero, cowboy, or astronaut. In reality, the former president left the office in disgrace after encouraging the January 6 United States Capitol attack in 2021. Since then, he’s facing investigations into his role in the events alongside alleged fraud at his companies.