The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold

The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold

The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold
The 10 Most Expensive Amiibo Figures Ever Sold

10. Toon Link and Zelda

Toon Link and Zelda
Toon Link and Zelda

Estimated Value: $125

The Legend of Zelda is one of Nintendo’s most popular games, so it’s no surprise that Amiibos related to the game would be worth some decent money. 

Well, as part of the 30th-anniversary series, Nintendo decided to release a two-pack Amiibo set featuring Link and Zelda in their Wind Waker, toony form. 

While you can get the standard individual Toon Link and Zelda Amiibos pretty easily, getting your hands on one of these exclusive figures is a lot more complicated. 

So, if you want to add a pair of these to your collection, then have a browse through eBay, as you should be able to pick a set up for around $125, give or take a few cents.

9. Poochy

Poochy
Poochy

Estimated Value: $130

Poochy is a small, adorable looking dog that was first introduced to the Nintendo-verse in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island. 

He’s a real asset to Yoshi in the game as he can walk over lava and all sorts of dangerous terrain, allowing Yoshi to cross safely. 

This particular version is made from real yarn and is currently priced around $130 on eBay. 

It’s money well spent in our opinion, as you’ll be able to look at his smiling face every day! 

8. Gold Mega Man Amiibo

Gold Mega Man Amiibo
Gold Mega Man Amiibo

Estimated Value: $136

Released on February 23, 2016, Golden Mega Man Amiibo quickly sold out across North America.

The reason for this is that it’s a special edition version of the Amiibo figure that came with the Mega Man Legacy Collection in 2016. 

Fast forward four years, and what was initially priced at $49.99, is now worth almost triple that, and, it can only be found on sites like eBay and Amazon. 

If you do manage to pick one up for a reasonable price, guard it with your life as it’s one of the rarest Amiibos on the planet! 

7. Squid Sisters Callie and Marie

Squid Sisters Callie and Marie
Squid Sisters Callie and Marie

Estimated Value: $145

Callie and Marie, the squid sisters from the game, Splatoon, sold out in North America upon release and can only be found on the secondary market as a result. 

The sisters shot to fame after winning the Calamari County’s first annual Youth Folk-Singing Contest, and are therefore regarded as one of the top Amiibos to include in your collection. 

However, finding a set of figures is going to be your challenge, as they’re not listed on platforms like eBay and Amazon all that often.

And, when they are, prices tend to hover around the $145 mark, and even more when the auction heats up! 

6. Navirou

Navirou
Navirou

Estimated Value: $160

Everyone’s favorite Amiibo Cat, Navirou, was released in October 2016 as a Japanese exclusive. 

A Navirou Amiibo in good condition will set you back in the region of $160 on eBay or Amazon.

It’s considered to be the rarest and most valuable of all the Monster Hunter Stories Amiibos, but it’s unclear as to why.

It’s likely got something to do with his adorable facial expression and hand gesture. 

But whatever the reason, you won’t get much change from $160 if you decide to buy one! 

5. Mega Yarn Yoshi

Mega Yarn Yoshi
Mega Yarn Yoshi

Estimated Value: $225

The next most expensive Amiibo is Mega Yarn Yoshi.

This cute little Amiibo was released in November 2015 as a Toys’ R’ Us exclusive. 

It was released in conjunction with Yoshi’s Woodly World, one of the most popular side-scrolling video games published by Nintendo, and dwarfed the regular-sized yarn Yoshi Amiibos. 

The giant plush’s exclusivity is what makes it so valuable and sought after. It quickly became unavailable to buy in stores, proving almost impossible to get your hands on one. 

So, if you do manage to find one, it will almost certainly be worth your while, as it’s likely they’ll continue increasing in value. 

4. Qbby

Qbby
Qbby

Estimated Value: $400

Qbby is another Japanese exclusive that’s compatible with games like BoxBoy, BoxBoxBoy, and Bye-Bye BoxBoy! 

Being the main character in the BoxBoy series, Qbby became one of the most popular Amiibos in the world thanks to the popularity of the series. 

The small square box, with two eyes and two legs, is currently priced around $400 on eBay and Amazon.

However, watch this space, as it will likely continue to increase in value due to its limited status. 

3. Missing Left Hand Luigi

Missing Left Hand Luigi
Missing Left Hand Luigi

Estimated Value: $500

The third most expensive Amiibo is Luigi with a missing left hand. 

It’s pretty clear where this Amiibo’s value comes from, as figures with missing parts, in good condition and factory sealed, can be worth a fortune.

Now, unlike the majority of the list, this one sold at auction, which means it’s worth its valuation. 

Since it was released in December 2014, this rare Amiibo has become more and more challenging to track down. 

This has resulted in a significant price increase for the ones that are listed for sale on auction sites like eBay. 

With that in mind, if you’re on the lookout for one, then at least you’ve got an idea about how much you’ll need to spend to add one to your Amiibo collection. 

2. Samus Two Cannons

 Samus Two Cannons
Samus Two Cannons

Estimated Value: $2,500

Samus Aran from Metroid was part of the first wave of Amiibo figures released in 2014. 

Just like the above mentioned Luigi, this version of Samus was defective, which makes it extremely valuable. 

It was manufactured with an extra cannon on its left arm by accident, and therefore discontinued from production and branded as defective. 

But, fast forward six years and its defects are what make it worth a small fortune. 

Given how rare it is, it’s easy to see why someone was willing to pay $2,500 for it on eBay in 2014! 

1. Legless Princess Peach

Legless Princess Peach
Legless Princess Peach

Estimated Value: $25,100

After more than 100 bids from 17 people, the factory-sealed Legless Princess Peach Amiibo sold at auction in 2014 for a whopping $25,100! 

It’s not entirely clear why the legless version of Princess Peach is deemed more valuable than other defective Amiibos, but for some reason, it is.

And, it’s also unclear how many Legless Princess Peach’s there are. However, there have been a few listed on eBay since their official release in 2014. 

So, with potentially just a handful of these defective collectibles in circulation, and a known sale price of $25,100, it stands to reason that they’re only going to become more valuable as time goes on.

So, if you do see one for sale, and you’ve got some serious cash to spend, then you could find yourself becoming the proud owner of the most expensive Amiibo of all time!