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I was just wondering what the most expensive card in Yu-Gi-Oh! is. Is it Gold Sarcophagus or are there cards that are worth more? continental86 20:59, 9 August 2008 (UTC)

Expensive Cards

Crush Card Virus and Dark Armed Dragon are extremely expensive. So are Shonen Jump championship cards. Bluedog187 21:02, 9 August 2008 (UTC)

  • I concur - DAD isn't so expensive in the OCG. But, since we're usually speaking of the TCG... yeah. --Gadjiltron 06:48, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Gold series CCV I saw for $300+, and DAD (TCG) was $225, if I remember correctly (Both are too expensive for me - I won't spend more than 60 at a time). Dmaster (Contribs Count) 19:37, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

Semi-Official List of Most Expensive Cards on the Market Today

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Crush Card Virus (from 2007 Shonen Jump Championships) $700

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Cyber-Stein (from 2004-05 Shonen Jump Championships) $450

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Doomcaliber Knight (from 2008-09 Shonen Jump Championships) $400

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Gold Sarcophagus (from 2007-08 Shonen Jump Championships) $380

- Blue Eyes White Dragon (Chinese promotional card From V-Jump Magazine) $370

- Japanese GSC Dark Magician Girl $360

- Ultra-Rare Promo version of Shrink (from 2006 Shonen Jump Championships) $360

- Blood Mefist (Championship Series Prize Card) $320

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Des Volstgalph (from 2005-06 Shonen Jump Championships) $280

- Ultra Rare Promo version of Dark End Dragon (from 2009 Shonen Jump Championships) $250

- Ultra Rare Morphing Jar (from Tournament Pack 2nd Season) $180

- Super Rare Promo version of Kanan the Swordmistress (from 2007 World Championships) $150

- Darklord Asmodeus (Championship Series Prize Card) $140

- Darklord Superbia (Championship Series Prize Card) $140

- Darklord Edeh Arae (Championship Series Prize Card) $140

- Super Rare Book of Moon (from Champion Pack: Game One) $130

- Super Rare Bottomless Trap Hole (from Champion Pack: Game 4) $130

- Ghost Rare Rainbow Dragon misprint $100

- Secret Rare Promo version of Blue-Eyes White Dragon (from Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories video game) $100

- Cardcar D $100

- Wind-Up Zenmaines $95

- Secret Rare Tour Guide From the Underworld $90

- Starfoil Rare Tour Guide From the Underworld $80

- Ultra Rare, 1st Edition Monster Reborn $70

- Ultra Rare Royal Decree (from Tournament Pack 4th Season) $65

- Super Rare Dunames Dark Witch (Tournament Pack 8st Season) $60

- Rare Tour Guide From the Underworld $55

- Ghost Rare, 1st Edition Stardust Dragon $55

- Maxx "C" $55

- Rescue Rabbit $55

- Black Luster Soldier - Envoy of the Beginning Ultra Rare (both versions) $50, Secret Rare $45, Gold Rare $40

- Evolzar Dolkka $50

- Super Rare Harpie's Feather Duster (from Tournament Pack 8th Season) $50

- Secret Rare, 1st Edition Dark Armed Dragon $45

- Super Rare Spirit Reaper (from Champion Pack: Game 3) $45

- Ultra Rare Needle Worm (from Tournament Pack 3rd Season) $45

- Ultra Rare, 1st Edition Solemn Judgment $45

- Super Rare Smashing Ground (from Champion Pack: Game 2) $40

- Super Rare Lumina, Lightsworn Summoner (from Champion Pack: Game 8) $40

- Ultra Rare Mechanicalchaser (from Tournament Pack 1st Season) $40

- Secret Rare Dark Magician Girl $40

- Ultra Rare, Mint, 1st Edition Exodia the Forbidden One $40

- Ultra Rare, Mint, 1st Edition Mystical Space Typhoon $40


Most Expensive Cards Ever: 1. Cyber Stein $5,000 (One auctioned for charity sold for $23,000)

2. Gold Sarcophagus $2,200

3. Des Volstgalph $1,900

4. Shrink $1,600

5. V-Jump Chinese Blue Eyes White Dragon $1,300

6. Japanese GSC Dark Magician Girl $1,100

7. Crush Card Virus $700

8. Doom Caliber Knight $475

Cyber-Stein

I know there is a special edition of Cyber-Stein - only a dozen in the world - which is worth quite a bit - 3600 USD last I checked - but I know no-one who has one...

   ---Actually There is one person who I know who has one...
  • Actually, according to an article somewhere, I believe Two Cyber-Steins were auctioned off at 10,000 or 5,000 USD each. OsmiuMap 19:28, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

This topic got me thinking about the value of these cards. Is there a site that lists the price value of each card? I would like to know because I think it would help me out in future trades. Animedude3000 20:46, 13 August 2008 (UTC) Most expensive card is armored blue eyes ultimate dragon for 500,000$.

blue-eyes ultimate dragon isn't worth more than $10, but blue-eyes white dragon can be worth $80 if u have the right code: DDS-001, it's a secrete rare. d is worth thousands when its not!!!!!! the highest priced card currently that i have found is $850, and that is crush card virus code:SJCS-EN004. the site i base my prices on comes right from kanami the makers of yugioh. it's YugiCo.com

   YugiCo is a website where the people gather the average pricing of cards through    ebay not from konami. And the armored blue-eyes ultimate dragon is 500,000 dollars but only one printed copy.

Gold Sarcophagus ?

lol i know this is a bit off topic but i dont see value in this card, its exact same as DDcapsule

  • It was a Jump Championship promo. It's not that it's better than anything else, but that it's rare. Only the World Championship prize cards are rarer. Rodtheanimegod4ever 06:52, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Actually, Gold Sarcophagus is better than Different Dimension Capsule because Gold Sarcophagus doesn't need to stay on the field to retrieve the card. If D.D. Capsule is destroyed the card remains removed from play. Aserik 00:22, 5 April 2009 (UTC)
lol dude actually go to google itrs only worth like 10 bucks wow lol

hi guys i ve seen ur conversation about this card cyber stain and i have to say that i have the rare version. however it is the italian edition and i was wwondering if it still costed the same amount

No, It got a reprint in Dark Revelations, the expensive ones are all Ultra rare, not plain Rare.

          More than 5,000,000 of the same cards have been reproduced and manufactured. The most rare card i can find is the Media:Blue Eyes Ultimate Dark Dragon that i have, theres only 1 in existance, it was manufactured in Tokyo, Japan. The only way you could win 1 is from a contest that happened in 1993. There was a tournament Japan with more than 5,000 contestants, and when luck was on my side in the end I got that card. 

This has been proven as bs, as there are no one of a kind cards, especially cards that don't exist. in 1993, yugioh was still in the womb of being designed, and as such, such a tournament never took place, and unless you are asking to be robbed for it, no one in their right mind would post about a one of a kind card on such a public forum. [User:Edward Baker]

SJC-EN001 Cyber-Stein Ultra Rare Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Type Monster Attribute Dark Monster Type I Effect Level 25 Monster Type II Machine ATK 10000

 	  	DEF 	500

Limited and Forbidden Status:

 Advanced Format: FORBIDDEN      Traditional Format: LIMITED

Card text: Pay 5000 Life Points. Special Summon 1 Fusion Monster from your Fusion Deck to the field in Attack Position. YugiCo guide price for all editions of this Yu-Gi-Oh! card: Card Edition Rarity Guide price SJC-EN001 Ultra Rare SJC-EN001 Cyber-Stein Yu-Gi-Oh! Card Guide Price $320 USD

you've all been fooled its only $320!!!!!!

Crush Card Virus?

Crush Card Virus is the most expensive one I've seen.

umm yea armament of the lords is the exact same thing as Victory Dragon which is a terribly hard card to summon.Thestardustdragon 22:11, 3 September 2008 (UTC)

It is Tyler the great warrior.. Google it.. Only 1 ever made.

this is off topic but whats so great about about armaments of the lethal lords and victory dragon i mean if u attack directly and make the life points 0 wouldn't you win the duel anyways regardless of the effect.Am I not understanding the card

The appeal of the cards, if they weren't illegal, is that you win the match if they attack directly and reduce your opponents life points to 0. Most tournaments you have to win 2 duels out of 3 to win a match. Aserik 20:37, 5 April 2009 (UTC)

  • Too bad TCG rulings allow the opponent to forfeit the duel at any point in time, so they can scoop right before the attack commences. The OCG ones only allow for forfeiting during one's own turn. --Gadjiltron 11:55, February 3, 2010 (UTC)

Dark End Dragon goes for well over 1000 at the moment. User:Lord of Amphibians

DOOM CALIBER KNIGHT!!!!!!

It is worth $999.95 in US dollars.

Not anymore, it isn't. It got reprinted in turbo pack and are now worth like $10 at the most.

Yu-gi-oh Card type O

I've got à yu-gi-oh card chaos emperor dragon envoy of The end it say yoru instaid of you Does this increase the value ?? its priced based on a code as follows: DPKB-EN016 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Ultimate Rare DPKB-EN016 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Yu-Gi-Oh! Card $16.80 and going down DR2-EN056 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Ultra Rare DR2-EN056 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Yu-Gi-Oh! Card $38.30 IOC-000 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Secret Rare IOC-000 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Yu-Gi-Oh! Card $37.00 TLM-ENSE2 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Ultra Rare TLM-ENSE2 Chaos Emperor Dragon - Envoy of the End Yu-Gi-Oh! Card $9.80 for more info go to YugiCo.com

Yes, well done, they all say that, its a full misprint that was never corrected as far as i am aware... [User:Edward Baker]

Sign your posts people! And no, it does not increase the value, all of them from that set have that same spelling error. Thorn of RosenYubel 18:25, April 20, 2010 (UTC)

Mirror Force

I was thinking Mirror Force was the most expensive after all, it's a powerful trap card and it's surprisingly not forbidden. - Fallensilence GLD1-EN039 Gold Rare GLD1-EN039 Mirror Force Yu-Gi-Oh! $71.40 and going up

It did enter the Forbidden list for a while, before coming back and staying Limited. But still, it's one of the few staples that has been around for a long time, and the difficulty in getting it makes it expensive. --Gadjiltron 05:10, May 23, 2010 (UTC)

It's going to be really difficult now that the Marik Structure Deck is coming with Mirror Force. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 13:56, August 17, 2010 (UTC)

Dark End-Dragon

Sorry friends, your all wrong! Its dark end dragon, which fetches around 1200$ - 1500$ on ebay. I would assume thats because its only given out at tournaments. Theyre not giving it out anymore either so its about to have a price jump.

Sorry I just checked ebay and if you go to buy it now, it's between $10-50. And please put the four tildes. Fallensilence 19:18, June 20, 2010 (UTC)

You were looking at a mat, They are 1000+ USD.--Helix-king 19:21, June 20, 2010 (UTC)

No I was looking at the card. I'm pretty sure of it. Fallensilence 21:19, June 20, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah that's a ripoff. I don't think that they would go 1000 or higher though because who would waste money on paper with nice pics and a powerful effect. Fallensilence 01:18, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

  • It's not expensive because of a nice picture with strong effect, it's expensive because you only get it by being in the top something at world championships. You don't pay for the card, you pay for the Regality that comes with it. Like the Gold Ipad thingy. You have to say "Yeah, I bought this, and it cost as much as you made last year, so?" also please note I don't support doing either of those things (Buying dark end or Ipads.)--Helix-king 05:01, June 22, 2010 (UTC)

Anybody who contributes to this site or posts anything on the forums because we all SPEND money on pieces of paper, hoping to get some shiny card with a cool pic and awsome effect. SRSLY though, it's all of us. Adamtheamazing64 03:51, June 22, 2010 (UTC)

True that. Fallensilence 04:28, June 22, 2010 (UTC)

  • Speak for yourself. Not everyone buys cards anymore. I use YVD and haven't owned real cards in years.--YamiWheeler 04:04, June 22, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah but I'm back to dueling once schools back. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 17:09, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

Hands down it's Cyber Stein from SJC. Check the card's Trivia. Also you can check out this uberly mint one on ebay for $4,500 Cyber Stein --BassNettoHikari2

I also found a Card of Sanctity for $2500 [1] --BassNettoHikari2 (talkcontribs) 17:42, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

SERIOUSLY? I have a Silver Rare Card Of Sanctity! We'll start the bidding at $1000.......Drew-Gi-Oh! (talkcontribs) 01:28, July 31, 2010 (UTC)

.............stop mocking the poor. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 23:37, August 13, 2010 (UTC)

Yeah, right, yours is probably a mass produced one from DPYG, i don't know where the $2500 ones come from. Also, I remember seeing (this is b4 Gold Series 3 was released) the most expensive useless card besides the vanilla WC promos was most likely Vice Dragon. They were going for $150+ each, supposedly because they were in a limited edition Yusei duel disk. However, some were accidentally leaked into Raging Battle SE as the variant foil.

Nah, I got mine in an early set, I think it was Legend of Blue Eyes White Dragon Pack, or some other REALLY old pack from when the second series anime was still in progress. But Vice Dragon is expensive, just not AS expensive as Dark End Dragon or Cyber-Stein. --Drew-Gi-Oh! (talk) 04:17, August 17, 2010 (UTC) o pls the card isn't worth more than $500 on ebay and it's only so high b/c it's new and kanami hasn't come out with a true guide price yet.

The Seal of Orichalcos

I think it comes second in terms of rarity (Tyler the Might Warrior comes first), but comes 1st in terms of usefulness and versatility among the rarest cards. --UltimateKuriboh (talkcontribs) 21:39, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

We aren't talking about rarity but they can be potentially expensive. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 22:47, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

Trishula

I don't know the TCG cards, but the OCG's most expensive card i've seen so far is Trishula and it cost around US$ 100 Holydragoncrusher (talkcontribs) 08:43, August 14, 2010 (UTC)

Well it's Trishula. That's a powerful card that everyone wants their hands on. Well maybe except Synchro Haters. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 16:06, August 15, 2010 (UTC)

synchro haters can have the machine emperors Enternal Evoluton Burst (talkcontribs) 18:09, August 15, 2010 (UTC)

It going to be hard getting rid of them. Ok maybe not but you know what I mean. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 20:07, August 15, 2010 (UTC)

Well, machine emperors cost less than Trishula... Wisel Infinity only cost around US$10. But it's good since its affordable and it can be used in a lot of decks. Holydragoncrusher (talkcontribs) 06:22, August 18, 2010 (UTC)

Hopefully it comes out in TCG like how Trishula didn't arrive yet otherwise NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:38, August 19, 2010 (UTC)

BEUD

Blue-eyes ultimate dragon, the 1999 asian champion grand prize, Pojo estimated it to be about 10,000-50,000. only 1 in the world. Also, did you know the opposite sides of a dice always add up to 7? Think about it!( And lord knows your a nerd if you know were this is from)The Shadow Monarch 125 (talkcontribs) 22:43, August 25, 2010 (UTC)

............ dang. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:09, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

DAAAANG

you guys have me beat the most expensive cards i have are 2 copies of Vennominaga the Deity of Poisonous Snakes, one that i got as a gift and another that i got in a pack NOT FrogtheJam (talkcontribs) 21:30, August 26, 2010 (UTC)

its actually not that bad, it worth almost $76 if its first edition if not it's still $70

It's funny how Vennominaga is one of the ways to win too. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 00:51, August 27, 2010 (UTC)

ONLY Yu-Gi-Oh Card in the WORLD?

k4to4kto3 fart poop piss woods751093


I am asking $1,000,000 for this card!

Looking for this? Man, that's a lot of money for the alternate art of something that isn't too useful. --Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 12:04, October 7, 2010 (UTC)

A little creepy don't you think for that card? Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 13:07, October 7, 2010 (UTC)


Yea I seen that link too! I want to find the value of this card. How much do you think its worth?

have we all forgot, maybe not the most expensive, but still pretty damn good n expensive

Yu-gi-oh Des Volstgalph Sjc-en002 In Mint Conditon $1,895.00 used - eBay

I guess the price for Dark Armed got cheaper. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 23:18, October 8, 2010 (UTC)

guys, so, if i had the card, that card, not saying that i do..... i'd have.....lets say..... easily 500.000 american dolards??????? Yes, im Pato (talkcontribs) 23:34, October 8, 2010 (UTC)

Again, I do not think you can really outclass SJC Cyber Stein for $4000+...BassNettoHikari2...Chat Page... 23:40, October 8, 2010 (UTC)

yea, we all know about cyber stein, what a card, idk how the guy that bought it felt when it got banned, i mean, i know it isn't for play, just to collection, but, damn, that must have suckd. in the other hand we have the gold crush card virus, and the ultra 1. both are impossible to get, or unvaluable. Yes, im Pato (talkcontribs) 23:44, October 8, 2010 (UTC)

Apparently everyone wants shiny pieces of paper just to collect. The world really does revolve around money. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 01:34, October 9, 2010 (UTC)

No, shiny things do.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 02:47, October 9, 2010 (UTC)

.......................good point. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 14:36, October 9, 2010 (UTC)

I don't know about you guys, but when I duel someone who is actually good at the game AND all their cards are shiny....it feels kind of impressive.IPlay4Fun (talkcontribs) 15:49, October 9, 2010 (UTC)

Reminds me of that one time when some Duel Masters player boasted that half his Deck is shiny. This was before we had access to the JP (shiny) reprints, so it meant half his Deck is unplayable until mid-late game. How amusing. --Gadjiltron (talkcontribs) 01:21, October 10, 2010 (UTC)

Good point. Unshiny cards would be boring. 68.127.209.19 (talk) 16:21, October 9, 2010 (UTC)

Shrink. One version I found costs $748. Find it on store.tcgplayer.com and for card games, select Yu-Gi-Oh! A screen will pop up and Shrink will be on there for $748. 75.34.42.13 (talk) 01:05, October 10, 2010 (UTC)

Every card is valuable if it's shiny. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 05:40, October 10, 2010 (UTC)

not Lucky Pied Piper lol.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 12:46, October 10, 2010 (UTC)

I never even heard of this card. Fallensilence (talkcontribs) 16:03, October 10, 2010 (UTC)

All the world championship promos should be expensive. Probably the oldest one of the most so.BobaFett2 (talk) 17:54, February 3, 2011 (UTC)

exodia

i recently found a old set of exodia from the original release of blue eye that has a pentagram around it stead of spellbindind circle i have searched the internet and can not find a single picture of it. probly worth money

Does it have legal staple on corner on the right at bottom? If not, then you're hold the fake version. I have one myself and it's super horrible, much horrible than Saw II. --FredCat Ta.P.F.P.J.R.W.S.Th.P.S.C. 22:41, February 8, 2011 (UTC)

rarest yugioh card ever

my friend had an authentic yugioh card called ultimate dragon atk 5000 def 5000 their are only 2 in existance cause a card shop bought his for 15,000 usd and he watched him rip it up and he said.....i was told thaT if i ever saw this card, rip it up. that is why their are only 2 now. it was an accidental card that konami let out by acident...thats why their are only 2......suck it! i win!

I don't really think that's it's true-considering a few things. Generally, poor spelling and grammar are not conducive to making you look like an intelligent person. Aside from that, I understand that there may be cards mistakenly released by Konami, but no sane person would say to rip it up. Such a card would be worth tons of money and is a valuable collectible-rip it up? That would be like burning a 10,000 dollar bill (which are rare and only used in government transactions).BobaFett2 (talk) 23:05, February 22, 2011 (UTC)

On top of that, you still don’t win. There are even fewer copies of Tyler the Great Warrior, so it stands to reason that you haven’t found the most expensive card, even if you were telling the truth. Battlemaniac (talkcontribs) 16:05, March 13, 2011 (UTC)

How would someone have gotten Tyler the Great Warrior in the first place?BobaFett2 (talk)

I've never paid more then 10 bucks for any card in my life of any card game,i seen peopel dish out thousands of dolalrs back in the day for cards that had just fractions of more power like mechanical chaser and giant red sea serpent,at that point i wondred to myself was it really a battle of cards vs cards or was it a battle of who could dish out more money?nonetheless i beat those rich boys with my good old fashioned rat deck,i suppose some people are willing to dish out 80 bucks for a card i know back in the day everyone bought out cyber dragons off the shelves,wasnt the msot expensive card but i tell you what people were addicted to that thing like a panda to its bamboo crack,also just a heads up mirror force wll also be in the 2011 starter deck so its no longer rare.Raventheblack (talkcontribs) 05:29, March 15, 2011 (UTC)

Did he say buy? No.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 06:49, March 15, 2011 (UTC)

Boba....Tyler the Great Warrior was gotten by a 14 year old kid name tyler ..konami made it for the make a wish foundation to give to tyler...but what most dont know is that 3 were made ...and to was kept by a certain company (which i cant remember its name....it was u.d.....any way i dnt remember) but yeah boba das how this one of kind( kinda) card came to be...24.206.21.215 (talk) 02:59, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

my message right up there ^ forgot to log in red eyes b. ruler (talkcontribs) 03:03, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

OOOH SNAP ...mixing up info....never mind ....it only 1 Tyler the Great Warrior i was reading another card. and it said it only had three sorry about thatred eyes b. ruler (talkcontribs) 03:08, March 19, 2011 (UTC)

Re: Most Expensive Card?

Well, as far as I'm concerned, the most expensive cards at the moment are:
Super Rare CP01-EN002 Book of Moon (Mint)
Secret Rare DREV-EN062 Pot of Duality (Mint)
Ultra Rare TP2-001 Morphing Jar (Mint)
Ultra Rare SJC-EN002 Des Volstgalph (Near-mint)
Each of them cost $249.99 at a certain webpage. I expect an answer. 71.225.1.7 (talk) 03:58, April 7, 2011 (UTC)

Those aren't the most expensive online. There's a lot more expensive stuff out there. On that note, I don't think that Book of Moon is that much. What is it from? And what site is this?BobaFett2 (talk)

Not even close to actual pricing. Pot of Duality is most definitely sitting at 120 right now, Book of Moon is NOWHERE CLOSE to even the $100+ bracket, Morphing Jar from TP doesn't even break the $100+ if I'm right. Des Vosltgalph? They're actually WAY low if they're saying 250. User:Aelendt

tournament promos T2

i found on the web that everyone of the T2 promos (see Asian Tournament Promos: 2001) was sold for more than one million yen.

in dollars are more than 12,000. very impressive. /////|||||||\\\\\ Jump Enemy (talkcontribs) 23:57, April 21, 2011 (UTC)

Wow...never heard of those but they're certainly weird. They seem pretty lame for a tourney promo, but they're really rare at the least. BobaFett2 (talk)

1999

Actually, I think that the unique Asian Tournament Promos from 1999 might be the most expensive (There are three copies of Tyler, so these are even "rarer). The 1st place ones would likely have the highest value. The unique ones are: Black Luster Soldier (Normal), Zera the Mant (Normal), Super War-Lion (Normal), Fiend's Mirror (Normal), Blue-Eyes Ultimate, Red-Eyes B. Dragon, and Firewing Pegasus as some of the most expensive cards ever produced. The participation cards from those tournaments would also be incredibly expensive.

I'd guess that the Black Luster Soldier is the most expensive, followed by the Blue-Eyes Ultimate. This is because the Black Luster Soldier is the first championship promotional card and it's one of five Ritual Monsters printed as Normal Monsters.

The 2001 Asian Tournament Promos are also pretty expensive and could be more expensive (since they are of totally unique cards) but it's hard to give a true value to a unique card.

If there are any Seal of Oricalchos, Ra (Hieratic Text), or Power Balance out there, those could be even more valuable than any of the above cards since their existence is practically unknown and they weren't ever released to the public.BobaFett2 (talk)

I have a card called light creator anyone know if it's worth much?

The most expensive Yugioh cards Recorded

Cyber Stein was sold for $23,000 as the second made copy for the SJC.

Tyler The Great Warrior has no price and was never intended to be sold so he isn't the most expensive Yugioh card and he isn't worth anything because he will not be sold. 

As for the most Yugioh card so far it's Cyber Stein but there's a Japanese Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon with Armor on it with alternate artwork worth $500,000. People have heard of it but there are no pictures of it.


What you're thinking of is an alternate art Blue-Eyes Ultimate released as the first place prize for a Yugioh tournament. It's less famous than Tyler so it's probably worth less (even though there are less copies as there are three copies of Tyler, at most two of Blue-Eyes (one for archives). The Normal version of Black Luster Soldier is probably worth even more due to it being from the first Japenese Yugioh tournament.BobaFett2 (talk)

The Japanese Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon with Armor Does Not Exist

There is no Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon with alternative artwork that is worth half a million dollars. It's just a silly internet rumor created a while back. I'm surprised anybody would be gullible enough to believe that such a card exists. The stories of it's existence aren't even consistent. Sometimes it's a Blue-Eyes Toon Ultimate dragon and sometimes it even has armor. Records are kept of every card ever created, even the extremely rare ones given out at the major tournaments, and no such card exists on record. There is also no tournament where such a card was ever given away as a prize.

It's also ridiculous to believe that a YuGiOh card would ever sell for that much. In it's heyday, the extremely famous, highly sought after and extremely rare Cyber Stein went for around $5,000. One of those sold for an inflated $23,000 because it was for a charity event. Now why would you ever assume that a far less famous card, that is never sought after would be worth 100 times as much?

There also doesn't even exist a community of collectors who would ever pay that much for a YuGiOh card. Groups such as art collectors and baseball card collectors are filled with hundreds, even thousands, of rich businessmen who drive prices up to the hundreds of thousands. Anything less than hundreds of rich collectors vying for an item, and said item will not be worth hundreds of thousands. YuGiOh has no such ultra-rich community of collectors, nor would any card be as famous or as valued as an expensive baseball card or a piece of artwork. That's why even the rarest cards today sell for around $500-1,000. Even if there were a highly publicized one of a kind card that was the epitome of YuGiOh itself, it would never sell for more than $20,000-$30,000. The Cyber Stein was that card, and it maxed out at around $5,000.

Besides, no card has ever sold for that much, or ever even been valued that high. I could sell my Larvae Moth on eBay for a million dollars. If nobody buys it, then it's not worth a million dollars. I could also claim that my Japanese Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon with armor (which does not exist) is "worth" $500,000. If nobody is willing to pay that much for it, it's not worth that much.

So 2 problems with the argument. 1) The card does not exist. 2) It would never sell for that much.

im i different person then this guy ^ but i found it on yugioh wikia lol link http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Card_Gallery:Blue-Eyes_White_Dragon%27s_3-Body_Connection and if you still have trouble believing me then this is the normal blue-eyes http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Blue-Eyes_White_Dragon_(Bandai)

Why do you even include "Tyler"?

Ok, hounestly Tyler shouldn't even be included in this because 1) only one person in the world owns it 2)the card itself sucks for three reasons. a) def is terrible. B)it is easily killed. C)that same effect has been on at least one other card or it's reverse has so that you gain the Atk of the destroyed monster which is thought ruler archfiend's effect. In anycase from what I know of the original morphing jar ultra or super rare I believe it is is going for 400.00US each.

  • Nah duh it sucks. The point is it is RARE. People like rare things. Like antiques, they're useless, but cool just to have.--Helix-king (talkcontribs) 04:11, October 6, 2011 (UTC)

None of the most expensive cards are worth that much because they are "good". Cyber Stein and Crush Card Virus are currently the most expensive cards out there, worth $450 and $700 respectively, and they're literally BANNED. You can't such much more than useless than that. Kanan the Swordmistress is a 1400 ATK Warrior monster with no effect, and is worth more than $150 simply because it was given away at the 2007 World Championships. And the Ultra Rare Morphing Jar from Tournament Pack 2nd Season is currently worth $180.

I think Kanan was from Toys R Us Championships, actually. BF2 Talk Deck Guides 23:40, May 24, 2012 (UTC)

Unfair

those dumasses should rerelease the championship cards for a premium pack, either that or those cards should never of existed. I like big old hamsters oh and if you delete this a hamster with a chainsaw will kill you.


Please sign your posts with ~~~~ I wish that Konami released copies of the Championship cards in packs (as Supers), but that won't happen, as they are unusable.{{User:BobaFett2/sig2

- stop whining.. but I do agree in a way.

I'm not whining. Don't be rude. BF2 Talk Deck Guides 12:38, May 18, 2012 (UTC)

Most expensive Yu-gi-oh! Card

Chinese blue-eyes ultimate dragon via $500,000 which is unbelievable

Most expensive YuGiOh! Card I've seen

Just saw on ebay original Bandai Swords of revealing light, $6,500 here's a link http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/YU-GI-OH-Japanese-1998-BANDAI-J2-Swords-Revealing-Light-extremely-rare-/260906498769?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item3cbf3d3ad1#ht_1511wt_1270 ouch, thats gonna make a serious hole in someones pocket :)

Edward Baker (talkcontribs) Edward Baker Edward Baker (talkcontribs)

Prices depend on the seller

Anybody could put any card on EBay for several hundred-thousand dollars (or an equivalent amount). Now, would anyone buy that, probably not. Also, card businesses can earn shit-loads of money, if the card game is popular enough, by releasing a few "Extremely-freakin-Rare" cards that may only cost them <1 - 5 dollars to make. Those few cards could sell for at least $1000 if they are all "shiny" and holographic. Right there they could get a 999.50-994.00 dollar profit.

How much do you actually think it costs for them to make a single "shiny" card?

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