You’ve probably never wondered what the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards are.
There are no official numbers, but we think there might be about ten thousand people in the country.
If you want to get some of these yourself, you can buy them on eBay for $200 each.
I have a ton of first edition and some that are signed by the creators and I have a collection of autographed things too.
It’s going to be fun!
This article highlights the 10 most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.
The 10 Most Expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! Cards
The set of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards and figures used for the article were compiled from various sources around on the web such as One37pm & Wikipedia.
10. First Edition Blue-Eyes White Dragon
Estimated Value: $5,600
The first edition was a Blue-Eyes White Dragon with the effect of [Blue-Eyes White Dragon Link Skill] and [Blue-Eyes White Dragon Super Soul].
In the game when you play the red battle zone you’re given this card as a reward.
If Yu-Gi-Oh! really had a card that powerful, it would have been easy for the card to have the world’s strongest monster.
It is the most powerful card in the set. It can be fused with two more cards to create Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon.
In the manga, it’s the number one monster of the series and it was sent by the Devil to take over the world.
In the anime version, it was an even more popular monster that many of the other monsters respected and even looked up to.
And it’s also one of the coolest monsters thanks to its giant dragon eyes.
A rare card in mint condition has a value that reaches more than $5,000.
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9. Skuna, The Leonine Rakan
Estimated Value: $6,000
If The Leonine Rakan is played on a Level 8 Pendulum Monster, then it gains 1000 ATK and you win the game.
This was a very special tournament, which was held in the Yokohama Arena in Japan.
A two-headed monster card is considered one of the most valuable cards because it’s only existing as a limited edition (number of copies) card.
There’s not many Skuna cards around since the game had such a short production time.
It’s always a good thing for a card to be going up over the next several years, but what makes it even more attractive is that it’s also possible the value of this card will continue to increase in the near future.
You might want to consider finding yourself in possession of them just in case of an emergency.
8. Special Edition Cyber Stein
Estimated Value: $7,000
The Special Edition Cyber-Stein Yu-Gi-Oh! card was released in 2004.
The card is very important to the characters in the card game, because in the game, one of the characters that makes up your “monster” in the card game can be replaced with the Monster card.
The number of cards given to players will vary by event, because different events will only have certain cards.
The most expensive item in Pokémon Trading Card Game history is a rare, silver-colored version of the card “Cyber Pokémon”. This version features a special printing-plate in front of the artwork, and is highly sought after.
That card is one of only two cards on the ban list, excluding Shonen Jump Championship cards.
7. Armament of the Lethal Lords
Estimated Value: $8,000
Armoire de Kémonju was given out as the prize card at the 2007 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship.
The first edition of the card was extremely rare, so it made a lot of news when a seller sold it for $1.073 million on eBay.
People who bought the card initially felt really good about it, but then the card lost value.
Still, that is not the big amount that it was originally said to be, but certainly a big amount now compared to the original asking price.
Yes, you can only use it in a duel, and it cannot be used in tournaments.
6. Iron Knight of Revolution
Estimated Value: $12,999
Iron Knight of Revolution was given out to the second, third, and fourth place winners of the 2017 Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championships. The prizes were not yet announced in August 2017, but it was reported that they will be revealed at the World Championships.
There are three cards given out out (1/1). The only one that was ever sold for $12,999 was an original copy.
After being awarded as a winner, it’s not that big of a deal to keep the card, as they are just as happy to collect more.
The Iron Knight of Revolutions is likely to continue increasing as time goes on.
While the previous card on the list was illegal, its use was restricted to only special events, and so the effect was limited but did have a fairly simple text to play around with.
5. Amatsu-Okami of the Divine Peaks
Estimated Value: $18,800
In The Divine Peaks, Okami is the most powerful Legendary Dragon in the game. It is a very rare card that does not appear in the TCG anywhere else.
These cards were given out to the very best players of the 2018 World Championships.[Original] (and [Paraphrase]) The next year’s World Championship set, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Scene: The Shadow Games, was the first set using the new World Championship numbering. These cards were given out at the 2019 World Championship instead. These cards are the “Shadow Games” cards from YGO Duel Scene: The Shadow Games.
Although the tournament prize cards are fairly rare, when you see a list of what the card is worth you can see the price sky rocket to $18,800.
The eBay listings on the most recent versions of the cards listed them as between $233 and $534.
Since the two versions of the same product have their own version numbers.
The second version is obviously more desirable because it has a higher version number and therefore is more “high-tech” and “modern”.
4. Dark Magician Girl
Estimated Value: $50,000
It’s thought that 100 rare cards were given to lucky winners of a Japan-exclusive lottery.
The Japanese version of this card features the female version of the Dark Magician and is one of the most elusive cards in Magic: The Gathering history.
It’s not the most expensive Pokémon card on the list, but it still can sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
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3. Tyler The Great Warrior
Estimated Value: $150,000
This is a story card from the Duel City anime.
Tyler used the bike for the first time on the 4th of July and loved it.
Tyler’s liver cancer diagnosis started in 2002.
When he requested for a custom made Yu-Gi-Oh! card, he got exactly what he asked for.
A warrior was born at that same night, and it became Tyler the Great Warrior and the first battle was set for that evening.
Tyler and his custom Yu-Gi-Oh! Deck have been offered $150,000 for the card, which means he won’t make any money off the card if he ever tries to sell it.
While the motorcycle still has sentimental value, it probably isn’t worth much, as it’s a custom made motorcycle.
2. Signed Japanese Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon
Estimated Value: $421,000
In the 2001 tournament, the final match between Blue-Eyes White Dragon and Blue-Eyes Black Dragon was held at the Tokyo dojo of the Kaishuku group (where Masashi Koyama is the top sensei). Masashi Koyama signed the Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon after the match.
You can see the signatures of people who helped work on the box on the sides. It’s a really great display. I always try to take pictures of everything, but there were a lot of people in there, so I didn’t want to get in the way.
After an owner’s tweet offering the Apple Card for sale on Twitter, the Apple Store in Akihabara offered it for sale for $421,000!
Yes, there is no proof that the card was purchased or used to make some sort of transaction.
Well, that amount doesn’t matter. It’s a unique prize card, after all.
1. Tournament Black Luster Soldier
Estimated Value: $2 Million
The most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! card on the planet is Black Luster Soldier – Chain Disintegration.
The following is a list of Yu-Gi-Oh! games that have been ported to other systems.
*Note: Gameplay will be nearly identical if not all game mechanics (such as the “Xyz” mechanic) have been made compatible with the console or computer platform.
It’s the original card from the original set.
The one of a kind stainless steel card was the first exclusive prize awarded at the opening of the Yu-Gi-Oh! tournament in 1999.
I know that the Black Luster Soldier has been listed for sale at auction before. Some guy bought it for $2 million.
It’s not only a unique value but also a unique history.
This card is so expensive, that at this moment, it is the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! card in the world! A real shame, really, to see this card become so rare!
I hope you enjoyed our list of the top 10 Yu-Gi-Oh! cards.
The most important thing in life is to know and appreciate who you are, that’s what I believe!
While some would pay almost anything to get a rare card, others are willing to cut their prices to make a profit.
The ten most expensive cards are: Dragonic Diagram, Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Gagagoth, The Winged Dragon of Ra, Xyz Summon, Dark Magician, Luster Pendulum, the Black Pendant, Burning Abyss, and Abyss Dwellers.
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