Two months ago, on August 13th, the Cross Spirits booster was released. During the pre-release period, several Cross Spirits cards came out of the gate strong but soon the price settled into their placement in the marketplace. Now, we take a look at the top chase cards of this set and see how they are performing in today’s market.
Top SRs –
‘Son Goku, Divine Presence’ has been selling for a steady $30. During the Cross Spirits pre-release period, this card, along with ‘Jiren, Zenith of Power’ were going for a price of $17. Just like the anime series, however, Jiren has been toppled by Goku and is selling for just $5. ‘Oceanus Shenron, Negative Energy Explosion’ has come up the ranks as useful Shadow Dragon support, selling for an average of $18 this week.
‘SS4 Gogeta, Thwarting the Dark Empire’ is an SPR that has stayed in the higher values of this set, which was selling for between $25 and $35 in the first week, managing to keep that price range. The SR version of this card has also been keeping its value of around $12 on eBay and TCG Player, although some sellers seem to have opted for a quick sale, letting it go for just $5
Top Chase Cards (SCRs) –
Super 17, Sibling Absorbed
‘Super 17, Sibling Absorbed’ has been a bit of a rollercoaster when it comes to its value throughout October, dropping from $62 to $49, before rocketing to $70 and then crashing to $47 in the space of a week. Over on TCG Player, however, the last copies have been selling for $69. This has shown a significant decrease in price, considering that two sold on August 13th and 17th for $130.
Majin Buu, Kibito Kai Absorbed
Copies of ‘Majin Buu, Kibito Kai Absorbed’ sold on August 14th and August 18th for between $140 and $150, with sales on TCG Player going for $153 around the same date. This week, however, we have seen varying prices of $75, $61 and $56, all of which achieving half (or less) than the value seen in the first week of Cross Spirit’s release.
SS Son Goku & Frieza, Miraculous Conclusion
When it comes to ‘SS Son Goku & Frieza, Miraculous Conclusion’, there is some good news and bad news. The good news is that it is still the most valuable card of the entire Cross Spirits set, as well as being among the top cards that can be pulled from a booster pack. The bad news is that the value of the card has dropped a little bit since the initial release, which sold two copies on August 19th for $469 and $495. With that being said, this card did stay steady around the $350 mark throughout September but has since seen sales of $293 on TCG Player and $285 on eBay, which were both sold on October 10th.
To learn more about the top chase card of Cross Spirits, make sure to read our article – SS Son Goku & Frieza: The next big chase card?
Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media