There has been a massive shift in the Digimon TCG market lately, as tournament prize cards have been completely overshadowing those pulled from booster packs, in terms of value. The main reason for this is the rarity of those prize cards, with the top ones being incredibly limited per event, and the fact that there have been very few tournaments up until now.
Greymon – BT5-010 (Premier TO Prize)
This Greymon card was the prize for the top 32 players at the Premier TO and Evolution Cup events that took place in July. It has been selling for between $277 and $324 throughout September, which is around the same value seen in August, but lower than the $400 sales seen in July when the cards first came onto the market.
Wargreymon ST1-11 (Premier TO Prize)
This card is one of the most valuable in the entire game. It is currently the prize for the top eight players for the Evolution Cup and the Premier TO events. Because there are far fewer copies, compared to Greymon – BT5-010, there isn’t much in terms of sales data to help get a concrete value at the time of writing this article. With that being said, we do know a PSA 9 sold for $1,600 on August 18th.
Those looking to win one of these cards are in luck, as the Evolution cup returns in September and again in November.
Agumon – ST1-03 (Evolution Cup Prize)
This alt art Agumon has an Evolution Cup logo stamped on it. It was awarded to the top 62 players of the Evolution Cup and is currently selling for between $250 and $300 on eBay and TCG Player. These cards were only sent out last month, which means that the current value is based on the limited first wave.
These cards were only received in August, which makes this value based on the initial wave of sales. These cards haven’t seen an increase or decrease throughout the last couple of weeks, but that is most likely down to how new it is to the market.
Chaosmon – BT4-090 (2021 Championship Online Regional Prize)
This alt art Chaosmon, printed with the word ‘Finalist’, was part of the 2021 Online Regionals Finalist Card Set, awarded to the top 32 players of the Online Regionals. Although there was a sale of $55 for the ‘Participation’ printed version on August 31st, there are no sales for the ‘Finalist’ version on eBay. With that being said, a copy did sell on September 5th for $90 through TCG Player, with five more copies still up for sale.
Omnimon – BT1-084 (Evolution Cup Prize)
The alt art Omnimon printed with ‘Evolution Cup’ is awarded to the top two players of the Evolution Cup events. This card hasn’t hit the market yet, which is down to many of them not being sent out to the winners (at the time of writing this article). Due to the lack of copies up for sale, it is difficult to put a value on it, although there have been whispers within the community that it will be listed for around $4000 raw. Due to the rarity of this card, this guide price may not be too far from the initial wave value. This means that the Evolution Cup Omnimon will be up in the ranks of the Omnimon parallel coming with the Double Diamond booster, which will have the lowest pull rate of the Digimon TCG so far. To learn more about this valuable card, check out our article – Graded Omnimon Parallel hits the market.
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