One Sheet Can Buy Home, 15 Most Expensive YuGiOh Cards Because It's So Rare!

        
        

One piece of card YuGiOh this can be made from start PlayStation 4 to buy house, you know! Here are 15 most expensive YuGiOh cards!

It can not be denied that YuGiOh was one of the most popular TCG ( Trading Card Games ) – or perhaps even popular around the world. Lots of cards issued for this one TCG. The price per sheet also varied, there are only tens of thousands to even up to millions. All these prices are dependent on rarity level or card scarcity and sometimes also because of their use in the often used meta decks today. Well, of all those cards, which is the most expensive YuGiOh card?

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Here are the 15 most expensive YuGiOh cards ever to date. Keep in mind, the YuGiOh card list is expensive not because of its deadly effect or its use in the current meta deck, but because of its scarcity-which is often hunted not by card collectors.

15

Morphing Jar

 most expensive yugioh card "width =" 343 "height =" 500 "/> </p>
<p> <strong> Price: $ 427.07 (Rp 5.77 million) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Code: TP2-001 (Tournament Pack: 2nd Season) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Rarity: Ultra Rare </strong> </p>
<p> Being rated 15th card <em> YuGiOh </em> is the most expensive Morphing Jar. Actually, this card is not so hard to find, however, for the coded TP2-001 is very difficult to find because it is included in the Tournament Pack: 2nd Season. One sheet, it's enough to buy a PlayStation. Haha. </p>
<p> Unfortunately, this card has the <em> broken </em> effect that goes in the <em> tire list </em> and you can not use it for competitive duel but you can still use it in traditional format with a limited amount (1 sheet ). </p>
<p> 14 </p>
<p class= Minerva, the Exalted Lightsworn

 most expensive yugioh card "width =" 342 "height =" 500 "/> </p>
<p> <strong> Price: $ 499.99 (Rp6,75 Million) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Code: YCSW-EN008 (Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2015 Prize Card) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Rarity: Super Rare </strong> </p>
<p> This card is quite unique because it is the only one that has Super Rare scarcity in this list of the most expensive <em> YuGiOh </em> cards. Initially, this card only printed as many as 10 pieces and was only given to the winners of the 2015 YuGiOh Championship tournament. The price at that time reached $ 1,900 or about Rp25 Million! However, the price dropped drastically to the one mentioned above after the card was reprinted and is now widely available. </p>
<p> 13 </p>
<p class= Ascension Sky Dragon

 the most expensive card "width =" 339 "height =" 500 "/> </p>
<p> <strong> Price: $ 600 (</strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Code: YSCM-EN007 (Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2014 Prize Card) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Rarity: Ultra Rare </strong> </p>
<p> Just like Minerva, Ascension Sky Dragon is also awarded to the winners of the 2014 YuGiOh Championship tournament. As I recall, this card is not one of the current <em> YuGiOH </em> metaphors, but the price remains expensive because it is rare. One card with the YSCM-EN007 code has a price that you can use to purchase the PlayStation 4 along with an additional stick <em> plus </em> some game titles. </p>
<p> 12 </p>
<p class= Blood Mefist

 the most expensive yugioh card "width =" 335 "height =" 500 "/> </p>
<p> <strong> Price: $ 697.64 </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Code: YCSW-EN004 (Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series 2011 Prize Card) </strong> </p>
<p> <strong> Rarity: Super Rare </strong> </p>
<p> Being rated to 12 cards list <em> YuGiOh </em> is the most expensive Blood Mefist. Just like Ascension, this card is not included in the current meta but has a price above 9 million rupiah as it is a gift card for the winners of the tournament YuGiOh Championship 2011. </p>
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