The Sharks’ Best Shark Tank Deals

” You can walk in here with poo poo on a stick, sing a song, and get $50,000 from Barbara. “

– Kevin O’Leary, Shark Tank

Over 12 Seasons of Shark Tank, the Sharks have invested in dozens of companies. Some have grown into massive successes that continue to reap rewards for both the entrepreneurs and the Sharks, while others struggle to keep pace. Here are each of the Shark’s Best Shark Tank Deals.

Robert Herjavec’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Bouqs Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 27
Bouqs Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 27
CompanyBouqs
Sales and Net Worth$100+ million
Investopedia
Total Funding$88.1 million
Crunchbase

Shocked by the prices and layers of middlemen he saw while flower shopping for his wedding, Robert Herjavec called up The Bouqs founder, John Tabis for help.

Though initially rejected by the Sharks, Tabis took the call. With The Bouqs’ affordable, freshly cut, farm-to-table flowers delivered on his special day, Robert’s wedding was saved, and the rest is history.

Kevin O’Leary’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Plated on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 22
Plated on Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 22
CompanyPlated: Meal Kit Delivery
Sales and Net WorthSold for $300 million
CNBC
Total Funding$56.4 million
Crunchbase

From the brink of bankruptcy to securing a deal on Shark Tank, few companies have experienced the highs and lows of growing a startup the way Plated has. After their deal with Mark Cuban fell through, Plated was later joined by Kevin O’Leary whose shrewd negotiation skills landed them one of the Shark Tank’s best acquisition deals. In 2017, the company was sold to Albertsons for $300 million.

Daymond John’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Bombas on Shark Tank Season 6 Episode 1
Bombas on Shark Tank Season 6 Episode 1
CompanyBombas Socks
Sales and Net Worth$250+ million in sales
Daymond John
Total Funding$150+ million
Crunchbase

It was Daymond John’s soft spot for socially-driven companies that compelled him to invest in Bombas, the sock company that continues to warm the feet of many homeless through its mission-driven, buy one give one business model.

Interest continues to grow for the innovative, direct to consumer sock brand which recently raised $150 million in venture funding.

Barbara Corcoran’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Original Comfy Season 9 Episode 13
Original Comfy Season 9 Episode 13
CompanyThe Comfy: Hoodie Blanket
Sales$250 million in sales
Barbara Corcoran
Total Funding$50,000
Shark Tank

When the Comfy guys walked into the Tank, they had no inventory and they didn’t know their numbers, but according to Barbara Corcoran, there was just “something about those guys”.

With a $50,000 investment from Barbara, the Comfy has quickly grown to over $250+ million in sales and has risen the ranks of Shark Tank’s Most Successful Products.

Mark Cuban’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Brightwheel Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 26
Brightwheel Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 26
CompanyBrightwheel: Childcare Management App
Sales and Net Worth$13-22 million in yearly revenue and $600 million valuation
Bloomberg
Total Funding$88.8 million
Crunchbase

Mark Cuban’s porfolio is full of standout companies with the potential to become market disruptors. One such company is Brightwheel, whose mission to disrupt the fragmented and outdated early education space, has recently garnered investments at a $600 million valuation.

Lori Greiner’s Best Shark Tank Deal

Everlywell Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 12
Everlywell Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 12
CompanyEverlywell: Home Health Test Kits
Sales and Net Worth$300 million in sales and $2.9 billion valuation
Bloomberg
Total Funding$325 million
Crunchbase

No one has a knack for spotting hit products like Queen of QVC, Lori Greiner. In just 3 short years since appearing on Shark Tank, Everlywell has made over $300 million in sales and recently secured funding at a $2.9 billion valuation, making it the most successful Shark Tank product of all time and Shark Tank’s Best Deal ever!