Colt Johnson, 90 day fiancé, sells the invitations of his wedding to the wedding of Larissa Dos Santos Lima. The invitations have never been sent and are now available to fans. In addition to the invitation, you can also receive shoutouts, personalized messages and even ask Colt some burning questions. All these things have a price and it looks like Colt is selling everything he has. Colt Johnson is extremely frugal and is known for doing strange things to deposit a few more dollars into his bank account.
90 Day Fiance: Colt Johnson Selling Stuff on Fanbound
Colt Johnson sells a lot of stuff on Fanbound. The site is like a version of Cameo, where celebrities can ask fans for personalized videos and messages. Most 90 Day Fiance fans have compared prices and Eric Nichols is currently in charge with $106. Not far behind him is Nicole Nafziger with $100 for a video.
90 Day Fiance fans can get a Colt Johnson video on the site for $50 or one of his mother Debbie Johnson for the same price, it looks like he’s branched out. Now fans can find him on Fanbound. In addition to videos and wedding cards, there are many other seemingly useless things to spend money on. But some fans want this kind of memorabilia and are willing to pay for it.
90 Day Fiance: Colt Johnson Sells Old Wedding Invites
If you’ve fantasized about an invitation to the wedding that was probably a foretaste of the train crash, look no further. Colt Johnson sells unsent invitations from his 90 Day Fiance wedding to Larissa for as much as $75 each. Although he would probably just have to set them on fire to symbolize the rest of their relationship, Colt thinks like a businessman.
“Larissa and I had these made before our wedding and we never mailed them. Limited stock,” says Colt in the product description.
The 90 Day Fiance celebrity also sells postcards of its own paintings. Then there’s a wide range of personalized messages, ranging from short, expensive phone calls to whatever an emoji video is. Not to mention, you can pay to send Colt some fan mail (you only pay if he actually reads it).
90 Day Fiance: Are Colt & Debbie Strapped For Cash?
There are no indications that Cold or Debbie is in financial difficulty. Colt has a very well-paid job as a programmer and spends very little money (as we have seen on 90 Day Fiance). Add to that the fact that Colt Johnson now has multiple income streams. Because he doesn’t have a lush lifestyle, his pension fund may be far above what the average 90 Day Fiance celebrity has wiped out.
Now that it’s the holidays, many fans are looking for something unique to give to their friends and family. So it looks like Colt Johnson is cashing in on the time of year and planning to rake in the dough just in time for Christmas. But does he just want to throw away some old stuff or is there another reason to essentially sell himself? Maybe Colt has plans to buy Mother Debbie something special for Christmas.