All signs show this auction could see Rocky Mountain high revenues. Previous auctions have included the letter “X” which sold for $20,000, “5280” which sold for $6,800 and “MCLAREN” which sold for $6,000, according to Polis’ office.
One particularly potent license plate has fetched more than 90 bids as of April 5: “TEGRIDY,” a nod to a cannabis farm featured in the Colorado-based South Park cartoon.
On the auction site, bidders are cautioned: “DON’T DRIVE HIGH! PLEASE USE CANNABIS RESPONSIBLY, WITHIN THE LIMITS OF ALL COLORADO LAWS.”
Bidding is open until 4:20 p.m. Mountain time on April 20. Those who don’t snag the license plates this year are still in luck: The state plans to hold an auction again next April 20.