It’s been one week since the release of the DBS CG Cross Spirits booster. In that time, many of the rarer cards have made their way onto the market. Last week, we did a market analysis and established the early guide prices of the most expensive cards. Now, we will see how the set’s values have progressed.
Majin Buu, Kibito Kai Absorbed
‘Majin Buu, Kibito Kai Absorbed’ had a market value of $200 last week on TCG Player, but there wasn’t enough sales data to back that price up. Now, that guide has dropped to $162, reflecting the prices of those sold in the last seven days. Sales made between August 14th and August 18th range between $140 and $150, with the last two sales on TCG Player (August 19th) going for $153.
Super 17, Sibling Absorbed
The cheapest SCR in the Cross Spirits set, ‘Super 17, Sibling Absorbed’, is another card that had a hazy valuation last week due to lack of sales. There has been a very slight drop in this cards guide value, going from $133 to $122. With that being, by taking a look at the recent sales, last week’s guide was actually more accurate.
On August 17th, two copies of this card sold through TCG Player for $139, while two sold on eBay for $130 on August 13th and 17th. The last ‘Super 17, Sibling Absorbed’ to sell through TCG Player also backs this value, which went for $129.
The highest value card –
‘SS Son Goku & Frieza, Miraculous Conclusion’ is still the most valuable card of the Cross Spirits set and hasn’t stopped rising in value. Last week, this card was sitting at a guide price of $449 on TCG player, which is now $487.
The value increase is clear from this week’s sales, which saw one go for $600 on August 14th, with two more selling for $572 and $528 on August 15th. After that, it seems that the value simmered down, with two ‘Buy It Now’ copies of ‘SS Son Goku & Frieza, Miraculous Conclusion’ selling for $469 and $495 on August 19th. This is definitely in line with the TCG Player value guide but may have been on the low side, considering only a few days before it was selling for at least $59 more.
‘SS Son Goku & Frieza, Miraculous Conclusion’ is definitely a card to keep an eye on, as it clearly hasn’t achieved its peak value yet. It will be interesting to see the values of the graded version when they begin returning and how they will affect the price of the raw copies.
Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media
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