Bachelor Nation loyalists don’t need an introduction to Kaitlyn Bristowe. Fans of ‘The Bachelor‘ and ‘The Bachelorette’ have long known (and loved) the 35-year-old reality TV star. Kaitlyn first appeared on TV in Season 19 of ‘The Bachelor’ (Chris Soules’s season), and then she continued to win hearts in her own season of ‘The Bachelorette‘. Formerly a spin-class instructor, she now heads multiple ventures and also maintains influencer status on her social media.
Kaitlyn currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with boyfriend of two years Jason Tartick (from Becca Kufrin’s season of ‘The Bachelorette’) and their two golden retrievers. If you’re curious to know the blonde beauty’s net worth and how she made her fortune, we are happy to give you all the details about her multiple sources of income and her estimated net worth as of 2020.
How Did Kaitlyn Bristowe Make Her Money?
Being the lead on your own season of ‘The Bachelorette’ is no small feat. Only the most loved, fan-favorite contestants get their own season. And boy the pay-out is good! Most leads get paid an average of $100,000 per season, but in some cases, the pay can go as high as $250,000. Now, we’re not sure exactly how much Kaitlyn got paid for her season, but it definitely must have been good money.
Kaitlyn has her own podcast too – ‘Off the Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe’, started in 2017. This is one of her primary sources of income. The exact earning of the podcast is unknown as podcasts make money through ad revenue. In 2018, Kaitlyn launched a line of hair accessories called Dew Edit which carries just the cutest and the trendiest scrunchies, clips, and headbands.
Apart from the podcast and the hair accessories label, Kaitlyn also owns her own wine label called Spade and Sparrows, which she launched in 2019. Spade and Sparrows has three different kinds of wine: Pinot Grigio 2.0, Rose 2.0, and a Pinot Noir. Each bottle retails for $19.85.
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These past few months I have really learned to practice patience…and I know all of you have been right there with me. Because of COVID-19, the production of @spadeandsparrows 2.0 was seriously delayed. With everything going on in the world, I think it’s time for some good news. Today I am officially launching the Spade & Sparrows Wine Club. If you want to have some dam good wine delivered right to your door (every 3 months) and join my virtual wine community (#WineGang) throw up a couple of 🍷🍷🍷 in the comments. Where my BIG WINE GUYS AT? 🎵 You can find me IN DA CLUB! 🎶♠️ 📸: @moonriderpro Link in bio!
Keeping up her streak of launching a new venture every year, Kaitlyn forayed into music and released her debut single “If I’m Being Honest” in May 2020. The single was an immediate hit, entering the Billboard charts at #21 the week it was released and also hitting #2 on the iTunes charts.
And lastly, what is a social media influencer without multiple brand sponsors? Kaitlyn has collaborations and tie-ups with a lot of brands, including REVOLVE, The Farmer’s Dog, Smash + Tess, among others. Her social media brand sponsorships must also bring in a good amount of cash, contributing significantly to her net worth. She also hosts a YouTube show called ‘9 To Wine With Kaitlyn Bristowe’, so that is another source of income.
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Get a load of Pinot’s little paw reaching for his breakfast. I do that to Jason sometimes when he’s making my coffee. ☕️ 😆 You all know we’ve been using @thefarmersdog for a while and it feels awesome giving @ramenpairedwithpinot the most healthy, nutritious food possible. The Farmer’s Dog makes it super convenient by delivering pre-portioned plans right to our door, so we never have to worry about running out of food. We’ve seen a hugeee difference in their energy, weight, coat and breath compared to other highly processed dog foods because it’s actually all REAL food in there. Why would you give your pups anything else? Go to thefarmersdog.com/kaitlyn for 60% off your next order, or swipe up in my stories! 🐾 #ad #thefarmersdog
Kaitlyn Bristowe’s Net Worth
It seems like Kaitlyn is doing quite well for herself and has made some serious dough since her time on Bachelor Nation. Kaitlyn’s net worth is estimated to be around $3.5 million, as of 2020. Here’s wishing that Kaitlyn continues to grow her empire and subsequent fortune like she has been doing in the last four years.
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