So many of these cool vinyl figures exist in these market. Many of us are huge fans of Funk Pop Figures. Many of us even own a lot of these cute little things. But have you ever imagined owning one that cost you as much as a month’s paycheck? The following list is a compilation of the most valuable Funko Pops in the planet.
Like any other tradable collectible, the value of these Funko Pops are prone to fluctuate and might end up having a lower value than what is listed here. The list was compiled using Pop Price Guide as our Holy Grail. For now, these are the most valuable Funko Pop Vinyls in the market.
Here we go.
Boo Berry Funko (GITD) – $3,540
The Boo Berry Funko Pop has gained steady traction in online sites like eBay and private collector forums. The reason being simple – it is a glow in the dark pop. Only 24 of such pops were ever made and they were exclusive to the 2011 San Diego Comic- Con.
Count Chocula Freddy Funko (Metallic) – $3,780
This Funko Pop is based on the General Mills Breakfast Cereal monster ‘”Count Chocula”. It was released exclusively for the San Diego Comic-Con in 2011. Only 480 such pops were made. It’s value went form $725 in 2011 to more than $3,000 in 2014 on eBay.
Boba Fett Freddy Funko (Red Hair) – $3,990
The standard price for Star Wars Droid Pops is $510. The Freddy Funko Version of Star Wars, Boba Fett is way more valuable. They were made for the 2014 Comic-Con at San Siego. Only 24 of them were ever made.
Dumbo Gold – $4,180
When it was released in 2013, its price increased marginally in a year. It was merely $710 in 2014. In 2020, its cost has sky-rocketed to such a high figure.
Buzz Lightyear Freddy Funko (GITD) – $5,030
Ever since its release, the Funko Pop has enjoyed a standard price of about $5,070. It’s price has gone as high as $6,500. The unit price has the potential to cross the 10,000 dollar mark.
Frankenberry Freddy Funko – $5,610
The company decided to play around with their mascot one more time. Collectors have scrambled to get their hands on this limited edition pop ever since.
Stan Lee Signed Pops (Metallic) – $6,100
Ever since the comic book legend Stan Lee passed away in 2018, anything related to him started selling like hot cakes. There is a gold and chrome version of these pops with a price of $100,00. They are yet to go out of stock.
Dumbo (Clown) – $7,430
The pop was made for the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. This pop is one of the rarest units out there. The pop is based on a famous scene from the 1941 Disney movie where the Elephant is forced to wear clown make-up and perform in a circus.
James Lannister Freddy Funko (Bloody) – $9,130
A bloody version of the Game of Thrones character, the pop was released in 2013 exclusively for the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. eBay auctions have sold it for prices as high as $13,500.
Alex Delarge Clockwork Orange Funko (GITD) – $13,300
The pop’s cane adds to its value. Its standard eBay price is $13,300.