Ever believed in psychic abilities, and you’re a Pokémon fan? You wouldn’t be here if not, right? Read along with us through these 18 most expensive psychic-type Pokémon cards!
Table of Content:
- What is a Psychic-type Pokémon?
- Most Expensive Psychic-type Pokémon Cards
- Least Expensive Psychic-type Pokémon Cards
What is a Psychic-type Pokémon?
One of the 18 elemental types of Pokémon, the Psychic-type, is represented by the color purple and the open eye. Psychic-type Pokémon are the most powerful as they possess most of the Legendary Pokémon, and they are intelligent. These Pokémon are based on real scientific and mythological studies. An example would be DNA, psychokinesis, some unique and physical psychic attacks, which are all used by mind control and power of the Pokémon. But for the exceptional and physical psychic attack is only introduced to Generation IV onwards.
Most Expensive Psychic Pokémon Cards
Let’s put that telepathy in use as we take a stroll through the top 4! Taking the lead with $999.99, here’s Espeon Star that debuted in the POP Series 5. From the 1999 Base Set, this Alakazam goes 2nd with $956.00. Third, another Pokémon from the 1999 Base Set is this Holo Rare Mewtwo, selling at $425.00. Appearing in the Crystal Guardians, Alakazam Star lands in 4th with $403.98.
Least Expensive Psychic Pokémon Cards
We also cater to Pokémon card collectors who’re on a budget. Starting with $112.52, we have this Psychic-type Pokémon, Hypno (H12), on the 15th. It’s also a Holo Rare from the Aquapolis Set. For the 16th place, from the Shining Legends Set, we have a Mewtwo Pin Box. Priced at $111.00, you can get these promo cards, collector’s pins, and trading cards! Down to our 17th place, we have Dark Espeon from the Neo Destiny Set. Only for $107.98, this Holo Rare that has two sets of attacks can be availed! At $101.45, you don’t only get Mewtwo Pokémon cards but also Detective Pikachu booster packs! This set may have been the last, but it’s more than it’s worth!
Have your eyes set on a Psychic-type Pokémon card? Go, get them, collector!
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