When the NFL’s big bucks come into play, what do they mean?

Disney enchanted rings, costco jewelry and wire jewelry are among the items on the NFL teams wish list when it comes to the holidays.

They were among a group of items on sale at the Los Angeles Rams’ annual preseason event Saturday.

There were no items on display at the Rams’ facility during the event.

The NFL announced the items were on sale for a limited time.

The Rams have been linked to some of the top vendors on eBay, including Nike, Budweiser and Vans.

Disney and Costco were among the first companies to come on the market with magical rings, which have been a big hit in recent years with children.

The rings can be purchased at retailers such as Home Depot, Home Depot Express and Target, as well as online.

Some of the more unusual items on show at the event included a “sassy unicorn” earring from American Apparel, and a pair of “Magic Rings” earrings from Braid.

Disney enchanted ring, $14,600 source NFL.com article Costco enchanted rings are becoming more popular, too.

They have become so popular that the company will be offering an assortment of the items in January at a special price of $14.600.

The price includes two sets of the rings, two sets worth $28.600 and two sets that can be exchanged for another pair of rings for $30.600, according to a statement from the company.

Jewelry is another item on the wish list for fans.

At least three companies, including Braid and Vantiv, are offering magic rings, the statement said.

 Disney said it is working to make magic rings available to fans in 2017.

“We’re always looking to create new opportunities for the Magic Lantern community to share their creativity, and we are excited to introduce new products like these at this time,” the statement read.

“Our Magic Lantern family is proud to offer fans something unique, special and affordable for all ages.

We hope to continue to innovate with our fans, and to bring the magic of magic to them with these new products.”

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