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The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold

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Introduction

Amiibo Figure is a toy-to-reality system that was invented by Nintendo.

The platform was launched in 2014 and have become popular with Nintendo fans.

Amiibo Figures is powered by wireless communications and memory protocols to enhance connectivity.

The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold

These toys are of varying types and models which depends on rarity, NFC interaction, switching speed, 3D technology and so on.

After proper research from reliable and trustworthy websites, we have compiled the list of the 10 most expensive Amiibo Figures.

Let’s fire!
 

Estimated Worth: $125

Kicking off the list for the most expensive Amiibo Figures ever sold is Toon Link and Zelda.

This is one of the most known games in Nintendo and more so, it was launched to mark the Brand’s 30th-anniversary series.

The game features Link and Zelda but this model is more complicated than its standard version.

The toys are listed in eBay and $125 can fetch you quality!
 

9. Poochy

Estimated Worth: $130

Coming in next on the list, Poochy is one of the most expensive Amiibo Figures in history.

The dog-like game figure is built with yarn and it is very important to Yoshi due to its lava walking ability.

The toys are listed in eBay and $130 can fetch you a good one.

Georgeous!

8. Gold Mega Man Amiibo

Estimated Worth: $136

Gold Mega Man is the 8th most expensive Amiibo Figure ever sold.

The game was launched in 2016 where it sold out; more particularly in the northern province of America.

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This special limited edition production has increased significantly in value over the years.

If you’re lucky to be in possession of one, $136 is the deal for this rare gem or better still, add this piece of history to your collection!

7. Squid Sisters Callie and Marie

Estimated Worth: $145

Up next on the list, Squid Sisters Callie and Marie is one of the most Valuable Amiibo Figures in the market.

Exclusive in the secondary market, the popular game won the Calamari County’s first annual Youth Folk-Singing Contest.

But the problem is how to get the toy as they are difficult to see around.

eBay and Amazon most at times, are out of stock and if you manage to find them on sale (which will probably be on rush hour auction), the price will be around $145.

6. Navirou

Estimated Worth: $160

Coming in next on the list, Navirou is one of the most exclusive Amiibo Figures.

The game is the best member of Monster Hunter Stories Amiibos.

It was launched in 2016 and roots from Japan.

If you (manage) to see one with a good looking condition, it will be valued around $160 on eBay or Amazon.

5. Mega Yarn Yoshi

Estimated Worth: $225

Kicking off the top 5 spot on the list, Mega Yarn Yoshi is one of the most expensive Amiibo Figures in the market.

Toys’ R’ Us exclusive was released in collaboration with Yoshi’s Woodly World, a popular video games by Nintendo.

The 2015 toy has a gigantic figure and is extremely rare and also, its worth is predicted to increase with time.

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Getting your hands on one is easier said than done!

4. Qbby

Estimated Worth: $400

Coming in next on the list, Qbby is the 4th most expensive Amiibo Figure ever sold.

The figure is compatible with games such as Bye-Bye BoxBoy, BoxBoxBoy and BoxBoy.

The figure is a Japanese exclusive toy and it is very popular in the series.

The Amiibo is limited in production and are very rare.

If you are in possession of one, hold it real tight!

3. Missing Left Hand Luigi

Estimated Worth: $500

Sitting among the top 3 elites in the list, Missing Left Hand Luigi is one of the most rarest Amiibo Figures so far.

Launched in December 2014, this game has an unusual figure and no one seems to really know the reason for its high value.

Nevertheless, the toy was auctioned for an amazing $500.

This is a good reason for a headstart on why it’s costly and more so, eBay and Amazon increased the price of the already listed ones for the same reason.

2. Samus Two Cannons

Estimated Worth: $2,500

Missing the top spot on the list, Samus Two Cannons is the second most expensive Amiibo Figure ever sold.

In 2014, the figure was part of the first set of Amiibo games released to the general public.

The toy was mistakenly manufactured with an excess of cannon on its left arm and as a result, Nintendo labelled it defective.

This is one main reason for its high price tag; and mind you, someone paid an incredible $2,500 for the Amiibo Figure!

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1. Legless Princess Peach

Estimated Worth: $25,100

Topping the list, Legless Princess Peach is the most expensive Amiibo Figure ever marketed.

It is yet still, another figure that was branded “defective” by Nintendo and only a few of these games are listed in eBay.

The factory-sealed game is predicted to increase in value with time but the reason why it outclass other defective model on the list remains a mystery.

In 2014, Legless Princess Peach was auctioned for a mindblogging 25,100! 

Conclusion

That was all on the list for the 10 most expensive Amiibo Figures ever sold.

If you’re into the game and you manage to acquire a defective figure; don’t lose it!

Aside the fun aspect of it, owning one of these games means that you’re part of an history.

Which is your best Amiibo Figure?

Before rounding off the list, let’s take a quick look at the summary:

S/NAmiibo FigureEstimated Worth
1.Legless Princess Peach$25,100
2.Samus Two Cannons$2,500
3.Missing Left Hand Luigi$500
4.Qbby$400
5.Mega Yarn Yoshi$225
6.Navirou$160
7.Squid Sisters Callie and Marie$145
8.Golden Mega Man Amiibo$136
9.Poochy$130
10.Toon Link and Zelda$125

Princewill Ubaha is an electrical engineer by profession, a content writer by perspiration, and an Akwa Ibomite by birth. He always believed that the habit of persistence is the habit of victory.

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