'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Suit Being Auctioned for Toys for Tots

Bidding begins at $20,000 — but there's a second suit available through a sweepstakes.

You don't need Tony Stark in your life to own your own Spider-Man suit.

An official suit from this summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming has gone up for auction, with 90 percent of the final proceeds going to benefit Toys for Tots.

Star Tom Holland wore the suit in the film, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is teaming with Screen Bids for the auction, which runs through Dec. 18 at 6 a.m. PT. Bidding begins here at $20,000.

If the $20,000 starting price is out of your range, you can also enter to win a second official suit by posting a photo of yourself on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #SpidermanHomecomingSweepstakes with the new Walmart-exclusive Spider-Man: Homecoming Limited Edition Gift Box (or a Blu-ray, DVD or digital purchase of the film). The sweepstakes runs through Jan. 2.

The auction comes as Holland has also been raising money for a separate cause via Brothers Trust, the charity he runs with his brothers. The charity is supporting James Dunn, a photographer who has a debilitating skin disease known as EB (epidermolysis bullosa). Holland has autographed 195 photos Dunn took of him, and those are on sale here.

Here's Holland discussing the news:

We’re here LIVE with Tom Holland to answer your questions, as well as to unbox the new #SpiderManHomecoming Walmart Exclusive Gift Box and a very special holiday announcement!

Posted by People on Tuesday, December 5, 2017