May 9, 2020

The 25 rarest Pokémon cards (and what they’re worth)

People collect Pokémon cards for various reasons. Not just for fun but also the amount of money that Pokémon cards can bring on your table. However, the price highly depends upon how rare the card is and if you can get your hands on a rare card, it can increase the worth of your deck.

  1. Championship Arena Card:

This Pokémon card is a rare one. Its market price is valued at $499. It was given as an exclusive prize in Nintendo competitions in 2005.

  1. Ghastly expedition card:

This card is a rare occurrence in the game but as far as its value is concerned, it’s put at $999 making it one of the rarest.

  1. Holographic Shadowless First Edition Mewtwo Card

If you have a Holographic Shadowless in your possession, its value can go up to $1500.

  1. First Edition Shadowless Holographic Blastoise Card

The value of Shadowless cards is always high. Same as the Mewtwo card, the price of Blastoise card is valued at $1500 in the market.

  1. Gold Star Espeoin card:

The appearance of the Gold Star is a little different than the other Pokémon cards that make it recognizable. It’s priced at $3500 as of now.

  1. Shining Charizard card:

This card is priced at $3500 and was the first shining cards to have been found in the set of Pokémon cards.

  1. Pikachu – Expedition Card

Pikachu cards are always in high demand. Everybody likes them. The current value of Pikachu is $5,999.

  1. Holographic Shadowless First Edition Venusaur Card

Keeping up with the prices of Shadowless cards, Venusaur is at $6500 in the Pokémon deck.

  1. Black triangle Error Booster box:

The cards in a sealed box can be worth a lot and the price is at $8700.

  1. Master Key prize card:


The price of a Master Key Card is $8799. There are only 34 of them.

  1. Computer Error – Kamex Mega Battle Card

This is one of the most expensive cards in the Pokémon Trading cards valuing at $9,999.

  1. Articuno – Tropical Mega Battle Card

The 1999 card was awarded during the 1999 Tropical Mega Battle tournament and values at $9,999.

  1. Tropical Wind card

This card was awarded to one of the best players in the world and is $10,000 worth.

  1. 3 Trainer Promo Card

It is one of the most expensive cards in the world valuing at $32,499.

  1. Tropical Mega Battle No. 2 Trainer Card

This card has a whopping price of $60,000 and is one of the tops in the trading cards.

  1. 1 Trainer Promo card:

The cost of this card is $70,000 and features in one of the expensive lot.

  1. Pikachu Illustrator Card:

The price of the Pikachu Illustrator is $100,000. This is the 4th most expensive card.


  1. Kangaskhan:

The price of Kangaskhan is $133,000. It was given during the 1998 parent and child tournament.

  1. 2 Trainer Promo card:

The price of the Trainer Promo card is $200,000.

  1. Prerelease Raichu:

The price of the Prerelease Raichu is unknown due to its rare occurrence.

  1. Japanese Shiny Espeon:

Japanese Shiny Espeon is a rare card and its value is at $1400.

  1. Misprinted Fossil Crabby:

    Fossil Crabby is one of the rarest cards of Pokémon valuing at $5000 as of now.

  2. Crystal Cards:

    A set of crystal cards can sum up a value of $9875

  3. Pokémon Snap Cards:

    The price is $8000.

  4. Original Southern Islands:

    A complete set can be hefty in value with every card pricing at $300.


Rare cards are what everybody can want to get their hands on, but sometimes some cards are more valuable than the others.

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