Bid for a Big Beanz Meanz The Who Can signed by Pete and Roger

Heinz Beanz and The Who have reunited after 50 years to launch a limited edition charity can campaign to celebrate the release of the expanded edition of the 1967 album The Who Sell Out, whose iconic album artwork featured Roger Daltrey sitting in a bath of beans holding a giant can of Heinz Beanz.

This is your chance to get hold of a new, one of a kind, giant version of the tin signed by Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, an iconic piece of memorabilia, whilst supporting two brilliant causes

This auction will raise funds for child hunger charity Magic Breakfast and cancer support charity Teenage Cancer Trust, Heinz and The Who’s respective charity partners and proceeds will be split equally between the two.

This auction is open to international bidders. The auction will open on Thursday 15 April at 9 am BST and close on Sunday 25 April at midnight BST.

Get bidding! You have until 25 April!

The Teenage Cancer Trust is dedicated to providing the specialised nursing care and support that teenagers with cancer so desperately need. Magic Breakfast provides healthy school breakfasts to children at risk of hunger in disadvantaged areas of the UK.

NB: The huge can is empty. We don’t think we could lift it if it was full of Heinz Baked Beanz!


7 thoughts on “Bid for a Big Beanz Meanz The Who Can signed by Pete and Roger”

  1. Mark Smith says:

    Hope you raise lots and lots of money
    But wish you would consider having 2..
    1 auction
    Pretty sure a raffle would raise more money than a auction
    And it would give everyone a equal chance of winning

  2. dFQxaBbl says:


    1. The Who says:

      The auction ended 11 years ago.

  3. Nick says:

    Wots fa tea Mum?

  4. David Heath says:

    I would dearly love that.I have been a Who fan since I first heard them.Amazing band.

  5. Philip O'Hare says:

    I hope you lads raise a fortune! I dearly would love this prize😍

  6. Nige Brown says:

    Long live rock.

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