Are you in search of the most expensive Amiibo figures in the market? If that’s the case, then you’re at the right spot. Here you’ll find out the five most expensive Amiibos along with their estimated asking price.
From high-quality character figures to super-portable cards, Amiibo comes in various shapes and sizes. You can customize your character and even unlock new adventures and special items within the game with these Amiibos.
Whether you want to add some of the most expensive Amiibo to your collectibles or you just need new outfits, power-ups that are useful in-game, you’ll find the list of high valued Amiibo including Boxboy, Mega Yarn Yoshi, and more.
Read along with the article as we disclose which are the most expensive Amiibos and why are these Amiibos priced at such a point.
The 5 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures
From popular to biggest game series including Yoshi’s Woolly World, Super Smash Bros, and more, here are some of the most expensive Amiibo figures that deserve a spot in your Nintendo collection.
1. Qbby (Boxboy)
Starting off the list, we have one of the most difficult to collect Amiibo – Qbby or Boxboy. The reason this collectible item is so hard to find is due to its availability through only resale at the time.
Though the Boxboy series ended with “Bye-bye, Boxboy” (released in 2017), the demand for the adorable Boxboy Amiibo didn’t budge, attracting buyers from across the globe. The small, white cube featuring a pair of eyes and legs is priced between $300-$400 depending on whether you need the game or not.
With the Boxboy Amiibo linked to the 3DS game, you can unlock a Qucy costume which gives you an unlimited amount of hints and boxes along with a variety of visual filters. Though you can unlock the Qucy costume without the Amiibo, grabbing the Qbby allows for easy and early access to those perks in the game.
2. Metroid 2-Pack Amiibo
Up next, we have an Amiibo from the ‘Metroid’ series – the Samus Aran & Metroid 2-pack Amiibo. This double-pack Amiibo makes for amazing collectible figurines that most definitely deserve a spot on your shelf.
With these, you can unlock game boosting benefits and special features in games like the energy tanks in “Metroid: Samus Returns” that are also Amiibo exclusive, thereby, making it unfair for the players without figurines.
The double-pack Amiibo that ranges somewhere around $300 might not make it into most players’ budgets, certainly making it one of the most expensive Amiibo in the market.
3. Octoling 3-Pack Amiibo
Whether you love the Splatoon series or you’re looking for some great figurines from the game series, this pack of Amiibo is one of the best out there in the market to decorate your shelf with.
You can grab the cool three-pack Amiibo featuring Octoling Octopus, Octoling Girl, an Octoling Boy figures, and add them to your Nintendo Amiibo collectibles with the price ranging from $200-$250, placing them among the most expensive Amiibo.
In addition to that, the Amiibo pack also gives Inklings and Octolings special access to some stylish new gear including the Octopus Fresh Fish gear, the splendid Octoling girl Enchanted gear, and the appealing Octoling boy Steel gear.
4. Mega Yarn Yoshi
The cute handcrafted dinosaur makes it into the list as the fourth most expensive Amiibo. Introduced with one of the most popular video games published by Nintendo, ‘Yoshi’s Woolly World’, the adorable green Amiibo was released as a Toys “R” Us exclusive in 2015.
While the miniature-sized Yoshi is available for about $25, the Mega Yarn Yoshi is valued somewhere between $200-$225. The reason for this price being it is knitted out of soft fabrics instead of made from rigid plastic.
In addition to providing in-game advantages like a giant version of Yoshi in ‘Yoshi’s Woolly World’, the cutely knitted Amiibo also makes a great cuddling partner giving you better gaming as well as snuggling experience.
5. Mii Fighter 3-Pack:
How can there not be an Amiibo figure among the list from one of the biggest series created by Nintendo ever – the ‘Super Smash Bros.’ The three-pack Mii fighter Amiibo features the brawler, the gunner, and the sword fighter.
While in addition to being great collectibles in your Nintendo figurines, with these Amiibo Mii fighters, you can customize the character with a variety of gear for all the three variants – gunner, boxer, and sword fighter in the game.
This Super Smash Bros three-pack Amiibo is priced somewhere between $150 – $250 making it one of the most expensive Amiibo out there in the market.
This section focuses on manufacturing defects in the Amiibos that make them both rare and extremely valuable at the same time. Without further ado, here is the list:
1. Missing Left Hand Luigi
Released in 2014, this rare defective Luigi with a missing left hand makes it among the list of most expensive Amiibo with an estimated value of about $500.
2 Samus Two cannons
The Samus Two Cannon Amiibo was manufactured with an extra cannon on its left arm making it a defective figurine. This Amiibo is extremely rare and thereby, adding to its value which sits somewhere around a $2500 price tag in the auction.
3. Legless Princess Peach
Among other defective Amiibos, the legless version of Princess Peach is the most valuable with an estimated value of around $25000. And we’re not making up that number. The legless Amiibo was sold at a 2014 auction for an astounding $25,100.
With this, it’s time to wrap the article on the most expensive Amiibo. From normal variants of valuable Amiibos to extremely rare and defective figurines, we’ve covered it all. We hope that you found the list quite informative.
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