Since the release of the Next Adventure booster set earlier this month, there has been a slight shift in card values, with some climbing higher up the market. In this article, we look at the most valuable booster cards you can hope to pull from packs.
Please keep in mind that the prices listed below reflect the time of writing and are subject to change in the coming months.
8 – Beelzemon (Alternate Art)
The Beelzemon was another chase card from the Special Booster 1.0, showing the Demon Digimon looking incredibly cool and laid back among the ruins of a battlefield.
TCG Player value: $55
6 – Omnimon Zwart Defeat (Alternate Art)
Battle of Omni introduced several new Omnimon variations, with the Alternate Art Omnimon Zwart Defeat becoming the highest value card of the set. The artwork of this card shows just how dark the Digimon TCG can get, with the virus-ridden Digimon barely holding its rotting body together.
TCG Player value: $60 – $65
5 – Omnimon (Alternate Art)
This Omnimon alt art, which came with Special Booster 1.0, was the first big chase card of the Digimon Card Game back in January 2021. The artwork of this card pays homage to the classic artwork style seen in the original Digimon Hyper colosseum game, just like the Omnimon X Anti-body card that was later released with the Battle of Omni set, although the artwork for the alt art Omnimon was created brand new for the Digimon Card Game.
TCG Player value: $60
4 – Susanoomon (Alternate Art)
This Susanoomon alt art comes with the most recent booster set, Next Adventure, and is one of two SECs alongside Lucemon: Chaos Mode.In the anime, Susanoonmon is formed after Koichi sacrificed himself to save the other Tamers from Lucemon Chaos Mode, after giving his Digispirit of Darkness to his brother Koji. Along with Takuya, all twenty Digispirits combined to create the legendary Susanoonmon.
TCG Player value: $55 – $60
3 – Lucemon (Alternate Art)
This version of Lucemon is one of the three connecting Alt Arts designed by Naochika Morishita that came with the Great Legend booster set. In the latest set, Next Adventure, the Digimon Card Game got the more sinister variation of this Digimon in the form of Lucemon: Chaos Mode.
TCG Player value: $70 – $75
2 – Analog Youth (Alternate Art)
The most valuable card in the Classic Collection is the alternate art Analog Youth card. What’s really nice about this artwork is that it references the Digimon World game that was released back in 1999.
TCG Player value: $80 – $90
1 – Ghost Omnimon
Ghost Omnimon has been a celebrity within the Digimon TCG since it was first released in Japan. This card is the rarest booster card in the entire game, with the pull rate being extremely low. Ghost Omnimon came with the Double Diamond set that was released between October and December 2021.
TCG Player value: $600 – $750
The first set of 2022, the Next Adventure booster, welcomes Digimon from the Frontier series and introduces some very interesting new archetypes to mix things up within the meta. If you would like to learn more about the upcoming products and sets heading to the Digimon Card Game, check out our articles below –
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