Let's Duel!: 20 of the Most Expensive 'Yu-Gi-Oh!' Cards Ever Sold
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Many trading card games exist, but Yu-Gi-Oh! stands out the most. The game has been thriving for two decades, which provides the possibility of rare collectible cards living somewhere, whether getting sold or collecting dust in someone's attic. Here are the top 20 most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards ever.
Swords Of Revealing Light - Retro Pack
Part of the Retro Pack series, this spell card sells for $2000. The price is heapy as it seems, but collectors aren't too astonished by it. This pull still catches attention; show off your mint condition card to anyone interested.
Amatsu-Okami Of The Divine Peaks - Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2019 Japanese National Qualifiers Prize Card
Collectors could only obtain this mint-condition card from the 2019 Japanese National Qualifiers as a prize. A lucky collector could purchase this rare card for around $3000. As impressive as it looks, real Yu-Gi-Oh! Fans know its true power and worth.
2004 Chaos Emperor Dragon Invasion of Chaos 1st Edition PSA 10
The 2004 Chaos Emperor Dragon came from the Invasion of Chaos booster pack, which combined the Japanese sets 'Controller of Chaos' and 'Invader of Darkness.' This particular card sells for a whopping $5441!
2020 United We Stand Blue Secret Rare Promo PSA 10
Collectors could obtain this award as a prize for the October 2020 Yu-Gi-Oh! Remote Duel. It's an understatement to say that this card is rare because only five exist, costing $7000.
Morphing Jar - Tournament Pack: 2nd Season
Another classic card is the Morphing Jar from the 2nd Season of the Tournament Pack. Released in 2002, this card costs $8000. Mint conditions of this particular card may even cost more.
Many reprinted issues exist, but the original ones remain valuable.
Shrink Ultra Rare Limited Edition
If a collector can prove their Shrink is a limited edition, they could get a special price of $10000, quite a gem! Buyers bought some cards raw, which isn't recommended for those thinking of liquidating their collectibles.
2002 Dark Magician Dark Duel Stories Promo PSA 10
When Mahad fused his ba with the Illusion Magician, he created the Dark Magician. This card that fended off ghosts and battled Diabound costs $10000.
This Dark Magician is actually rarer than Blue-Eyes White Dragon from the same promo.
2017 Dark Magician Girl Ghost World Championship Promo
The Dark Magician Girl, who first appeared as a character in the Battle City arc, costs a whopping $11000! Attendees and participants received roughly 1000 copies distributed during the Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2017.
This card is scarce; only 24 of 1000 were graded by the PSA.
2004 Black Luster Soldier Envoy of the Beginning IOC 1st Edition PSA 10
Hailing from the Invasion of Chaos booster packs, the Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning costs $12000.
This series later promoted the use of light and dark concepts for the TCG. There are only 52 PSA 10s graded on this kind of card.
Blue-Eyes White Dragon - Yu Gi Oh! Dark Duel Stories Promotional Cards
Yu-Gi-Oh! Fans are not surprised as to why Blue-Eyes White Dragon costs $14500. In the anime, it is the signature card of the notoriously wealthy Seito Kaiba.
The booster set,
Legend of the Blue-Eyes White Dragon, was inspired by this card and featured in the Seito Kaiba-themed starter pack. 2002 Tournament Pack 1 Mechanicalchaser PSA 10
Like the Morphing Jar, the Mechanicalchaser is extremely rare, making it $14999 on the price list. Only a total of 71 have been graded.
Blood Mefist - Yu Gi Oh! Championship Series Prize Card
Blood Mefist is likely to maintain its value of $15000 for a long time, as it doesn't look like it will be reprinted soon. This card was a prize from Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series.
2007 Gold Sarcophagus Ultra Rare Shonen Jump Prize Card PSA 8
With $17500, you can own the Ultra Rare 2007 Gold Sarcophagus from the 2007 Shonen Jump event, with only four existing.
This card was a 2007 Shonen Jump Championship series prize award.
Cyber-Stein - Shonen Jump Championship 2004 Prize Card
Nothing tops the Shonen Jump Championship 2004 Prize Card; the cost is $22000. Only 18 were made for the championship alone, but more were distributed internationally in the following years.
2002 LOB 1st Edition Exodia The Forbidden One PSA 10
The total PSA 10 of this card is 82. This card is relatively tricky to grade, so the price of $35000 won't likely change!
Legend of the Blue-Eyes White Dragon was an expansion of the Yu-Gi-Oh! TCG franchise and this card were one of the Ultra Rares.
Dark Magician Girl - Japanese Lottery Award
A lottery exclusive from Japan gave out only 100 copies of these cards, thus the reason why it cost $50000. The race for this one-of-a-kind card features the female version of the all-fan favorite Dark Magician card, which also costs a lot.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Fans with enough budget should purchase this card as soon as possible, as they will sell fast.
2002 Blue-Eyes White Dragon 1st Edition PSA 10
Arguably the most iconic card in the franchise, this card costs around $85000. The first of these cards was released in Japan in 1999 with skyrocketing value.
Fun fact, a kind father went viral selling his Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards for his daughter's education. How heartwarming!
Tyler The Great Warrior - Custom-Made Card
Exclusively made for Tyler Gressle's Make-A-Wish Foundation wish, this card costs an eye-catching $150000.
Due to the wholesome background of this card, its sentimental value is still more prominent than the offered price, which was no joke nonetheless.
Signed Japanese Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon - 2001 Asian Championships Tournament Prize Card
One of the most expensive cards in the world, this card was awarded to the winner of the 2001 Asian Championships tournament. Rumor has it that there was an attempt to sell the card for $421000.
However, there is little to no evidence that a shop in Akihabara, Tokyo, sold this card for half a million, but it still exists for diehard fans.
Tournament Black Luster Soldier - 1999 Yu Gi Oh! Tournament Exclusive Prize Card
The most valuable card on the list costs more than two MILLION dollars! This unique stainless steel card was the exclusive prize card in the 1999 tournament.
The highest offer for this card was $2 million, and it's unlikely to sell for higher.
The sentimental value of these cards will always outsell the price offered by ultimate collectors. For those aspiring Yu-Gi-Oh! Fans out there who wish to own these cards anytime soon, you better start saving up!