Several of Better Call Saul costumes and props will be going up for sale after the series finale on August 15. The Breaking Bad universe, which Vince Gilligan created, debuted in 2008 and was centred around Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a dejected high school chemistry teacher who had just been given the news that he had lung cancer.
White teams up with Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul), a former student, to make crystal meth. Soon, the show will also focus on the lives of other people involved in Albuquerque’s criminal underground, such as drug lord and owner of a fast-food restaurant Gustavo Fring and his right-hand man Mike Ehrmantraut.
Better Call Saul, which debuted in 2015, charts the transformation of Slippin’ Jimmy’ McGill, played by Bob Odenkirk, into the two-bit bus-bench lawyer viewers came to know and love from Breaking Bad. In addition to introducing new characters like Kim Wexler, Chuck McGill, Howard Hamlin, Nacho Varga, and Lalo Salamanca, the prequel series weaves together the backstories of other returning characters like Gus, Mike, and Hector Salamanca. Walt and Jesse have now made a comeback in the prequel series, which has six successful seasons remaining.
After the series finale of Better Call Saul on August 15 airs, viewers and collectors will have the opportunity to acquire more than 250 of the show’s original props, costumes, and set pieces. All of the earnings from the auction, which will take place on Propstore Auction from August 18 through September 1, will go to local organisations in Albuquerque.
Hector’s bell ($3,000–5,000), Jimmy’s “World’s 2nd Best Lawyer” travel mug ($2,000–3,000), the Zafiro tequila bottle and stopper ($1,500–2,500), and Chuck’s space blanket ($600–800) are among the items up for auction in the Better Call Saul event. Simply signing up for the auction will enter participants in a drawing to win a free gift pack full of goods utilised in the making of Better Call Saul, as many of these products are probably more expensive than the ordinary Better Call Saul fan can afford. According to the website, these gift boxes include many products with the Los Pollos Hermanos logo and Saul Goodman business cards.
Given that many of the Breaking Bad characters, including Jimmy, Mike, and Gus, will likely die in the upcoming season finale, it appears like Better Call Saul is auctioning off these goods because they won’t be needed any longer. Strangely, there aren’t any Kim Wexler products available for purchase, indicating that Rhea Seehorn’s character could have a spinoff.