Shark Tank’s Barbara Corcoran Reveals Which TV Investment Made Her $468 Million

Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran revealed which of her investments on the show has yielded her the most money. The answer might surprise you.

By Hayley Santaflorentina Jun 23, 2023 8:29 PMTags
Watch: Barbara Corcoran Made $468 Million on THIS Shark Tank Investment

Next in the tank is Barbara Corcoran's most valuable investment. 

As one of Shark Tank's original investors, Barbara recently revealed which of the investments she's made over her 14 years on the show has earned her the most money—and the answer might surprise you. 

"That would be The Comfy," the 74-year-old shared on The Daniel Mac Show podcast. "I took the deal myself. I got a third of the business for I think $50,000."

So how much have the oversized, wearable blankets yielded for her since she made the deal during season 9 in 2017? As she revealed, "They made me $468 million dollars in three years." And to quote Barbara's own summation of the situation, it's safe to say that is indeed "a good investment."

And please don't compare the product to the Snuggie. "Don't you dare say Snuggies," she said. "No, it's not, it's The Comfy."

So grab yours and bundle up to re-watch season 14 of Shark Tank, which finished last month and promises "deals so huge, we're going to need a bigger tank."

Surprising Celebrity Investors

The ABC show saw an impressive array of guest sharks throughout the season in addition to the show's regulars, Mark CubanLori GreinerRobert HerjavecDaymond John and Kevin O'Leary and Barbara. 

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Amongst the guest investors were the CEO and co-founder of Doordash Tony Xu, the CEO and co-founder of Good American, Emma Grede, who made history as the first Black woman investor on the show, and Gwyneth Paltrow.

This new gig makes perfect sense for the Goop founder​, who started the company in her kitchen and turned it into a thriving lifestyle brand covering everything from style, travel, food,​ and beauty to physical, mental and spiritual wellness. 

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