Since the release of the Double Diamond booster, we haven’t seen many sales of PSA graded Omnimon cards. This could largely be down to there only being 21 in the PSA population, with just five of them achieving a 10. Over the weekend, however, we got to see one of the first sales of this grade, which has gone a long way in establishing the graded market value.
Please note prices and grade populations mentioned in this article reflect the date of writing and are subject to change.
On January 1st, a PSA 10 Ghost Omnimon sold for an impressive $3850, after 71 bids. This is the first sale of this grade to take place on eBay and offers incredible insight into the potential of the graded market within the Digimon TCG.
Two days after the PSA 10 sale, there was a sale of a PSA 9 Ghost Omnimon that went for a respectable $1,695. Considering that the first copy to sell through eBay on October 16th went for $1,925, It just goes to show how drastic the Digimon TCG Market can change in just a few short months.
While Ghost Omnimon is the most valuable booster card to date for the Digimon TCG, Tournament cards like the Evo Cup Omnimon or the DC-1 Grand Prix UlforceVeedramon achieve four-figure price tags raw. Comparing the raw value of Ghost Omnimon, which is currently around $500 – $600, with the Evo Cup Omnimon, which has a tentative value of around $3000, it will be interesting to see what the value of a PSA 10 version of the tournament card could achieve. With that being said, we may be waiting a while to see a sale of this magnitude, as there are only two PSA 10s in the population, with another seven earning PSA 9 grades. It wouldn’t be out of the realms of possibility for the first copies to achieve upward of $10,000 going by its current raw value, but of course, this is entirely speculation until a sale is made.
If you would like to learn more about the most expensive cards in the entire Digimon TCG, you can check out our article – The 10 Most Valuable Digimon TCG Cards Of 2021. To keep up to date with all the latest Digimon TCG related news, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media
Have a story? Let us know