Get the rarest gift for the Nintendo Switch amiibo collector in your life

Nintendo’s amiibo are collectible figurines featuring all of your favorite video game characters from Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U. Ever the king of scarcity, Nintendo experienced supply issues, which led to rushes and shortages of certain figures. Some will set you back a pretty penny if you want to add them to your collection. Here are the most expensive amiibo statues out there. If you’re interested, don’t forget to check out the rarest and most expensive Animal Crossing amiibo cards.


Mega Yarn YoshiMega Yarn Yoshi

Teddy bear:
Mega Yarn Yoshi

Staff Pick

This large plush amiibo was a Toys “R” Us exclusive. It was hard enough to find when it came out, but now that the toy company has gone under, it’s even harder to obtain. Fortunately, there are some available on eBay if you’re willing to pay the right price.

From $190 at eBay


The knit puppy:
Yarn Poochy

For my money, some of the coolest amiibo figures come from the Yoshi’s Wooly World series. With figures made from real yarn, they stand out most in the amiibo series. The priciest figure from that release is Yoshi’s puppy, Poochy.

From $130 at eBay

Amiibo RosalinaAmiibo Rosalina

Comet watcher:

Rosalina is a gentle soul who first appeared in Super Mario Galaxy and has been featured in Mario multiplayer ever since. There are two versions of Rosalina, and the one pictured is the far more valuable one. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to find this version of her amiibo anywhere, but we could find the other version for sale.


Doo-doo-doo-doo doo-doo:

These simple Goomba amiibo are some of the hardest to get your hands on, and the price reflects that. Get a grumpy brown mushroom man of your own and add him to the rest of your figures from the Mushroom Kingdom.

$82 at Amazon

Koopa TroopaKoopa Troopa

Shell-o there!:
Koopa Troopa

These cute little Koopa Troopas are a must-have if you’re collecting figures from the Mario games. It’s a little pricey but look at that happy face. You know he’ll fit in with the rest of your collection.

$89 at Amazon

Silver MarioSilver Mario

Second-place plumber:
Mario (silver)

Mario has been the captain of Nintendo’s ship for some time, and the Super Mario amiibo series honored the plumber in his signature red. The silver color version of this Mario sculpt was only available at Walmart and has gone up a bit in price since its release.

$63 at Amazon

Gold MarioGold Mario

First-place plumber:
Mario (gold)

When you start with color variants, it can be hard to stop. If you’re going to be getting the silver Mario, then odds are that you will probably want the gold version as well.

$100 at Amazon

Waluigi AmiiboWaluigi Amiibo

Bad blood:

Luigi’s rival works with Wario to devise wicked schemes to thwart the Mario Bros. Sometimes that just involves trying to beat them at a game of tennis, using his long limbs as an advantage. His mustache-twirling menace has made him something of a fan favorite, so it’s not surprising his amiibo is pretty pricey.

$100 at Amazon

Wedding Triple Pack Mario Peach BowserWedding Triple Pack Mario Peach Bowser

Wedding crashers:
Mario/Peach/Bowser Wedding 3-pack

To celebrate Super Mario Odyssey, a few figures could be found dressed in their best white wedding attire. You could buy Mario, Peach, and Bowser individually, but if you want to get them in the three-pack, you’ll have to pay a decent amount.

$229 at Amazon

The Legend of Zelda


Super Smash Bros.

Dark Pit AmiiboDark Pit Amiibo

Face your rival:
Dark Pit

A rival and clone of Pit introduced in Kid Icarus: Uprising, Dark Pit was originally an alternate costume for Pit in Super Smash Bros. but has become a distinct character. Use him to rain arrows upon your enemies from the sky.

$85 at Amazon

Super Smash Bros Cloud AmiiboSuper Smash Bros Cloud Amiibo

Cloud nine:
Super Smash Bros. Cloud

The star of Final Fantasy 7, Cloud Strife, appears in numerous Final Fantasy compilations and spinoffs. It’s no surprise the heroic swordsman also made his way into Nintendo’s crossover fighting game or that his amiibo is in high demand.

$36 at Amazon

Kirby AmiiboKirby Amiibo

Suck it up:
Kirby amiibo

Kirby, one of the oldest Nintendo heroes, can inhale enemies and either spit them out or copy their abilities. That makes him a particularly versatile and fun combatant in the Super Smash Bros. games, which is where this amiibo comes from.

$104 at Amazon


Combat queen:
Bayonetta (Player 2)

Another figure from the Smash Bros. series is everyone’s favorite leather-clad bullet artist. The Bayonetta Player 2 amiibo came out in mid-2017 and was a hard figure to find. She has since saturated the market, so you can pick her up a little more easily.

$96 at Amazon


Floating princess:
Peach (legless defect)

For many amiibo collectors, this defective Princess Peach figure is the holy grail. One sold for $25,000 on eBay a few years back. It won’t cost you an arm, but maybe a leg. For a regular Peach amiibo, check out the link below.

$25 at Amazon

Amiibo Mii 3 PackAmiibo Mii 3 Pack

Mio trio:
Mii 3-pack Brawler, Gunner, & Swordfighter

Oddly enough, these generic figures have become some of the rarest and most valuable figures in the series. You can purchase them individually, but it will still be an expensive venture.

$222 at Amazon

Amiibo Mii BrawlerAmiibo Mii Brawler

Wanna fight? Fight me!:
Mii Brawler

Of all of the Mii amiibo, the Brawler is by far the most valuable. This particular amiibo is great for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and has a generic Mii face.

$144 at Amazon

Amiibo LucarioAmiibo Lucario


Lucario has been one of the most popular Pokémon ever since he first appeared in the series. While he isn’t the most expensive amiibo out there, he does cost a pretty penny.

$58 at Amazon


Dual gun:
Samus (two gun defect)

Any amiibo with missing parts or additional pieces are high on collectors’ lists. A few years back, a Samus figure wielding two guns instead of one sold on eBay for $2,500. Not a bad return on investment. Here’s a link to a regular Samus amiibo.

$60 at Amazon

Corrin Player 2Corrin Player 2

The Fire Emblem princess:
Corrin (Player 2)

One of the cool things about the Super Smash Bros. series of figures was the variety of characters on offer for the amiibo-verse. With that many characters, a few were bound to end up on the pricey side of the fence. The Corrin Player 2 figure from the Fire Emblem franchise was once one of the hardest figures to find.

$275 at Amazon

Fire Emblem

Amiiibo Alm CelicaAmiiibo Alm Celica

Double trouble:
Alm & Celica — Fire Emblem

These childhood friends are both from Fire Emblem: Shadows of Valentia. Together these two fight in the resistance against the invading Rigellian Empire. Now see if you can resist the urge to pull out your wallet and add them to your collection.

$193 at Amazon

Ike AmiiboIke Amiibo

Ancient hero:

Ike is a powerful warrior from the Fire Emblem series who fought in the Mad King’s War. While he might not be the best-known character from FE, he’s definitely one of the most expensive amiibo.

$88 at Amazon


Detective PikachuDetective Pikachu

Electric P.I.:
Detective Pikachu

This ain’t Ash’s Pikachu. This fast-talking, sassy Pokémon packs a lot of character. With Ryan Reynolds voicing the part in the Detective Pikachu movie, it wouldn’t be surprising if this amiibo gets even harder to find.

$125 at Amazon


Samus Aran and MetroidSamus Aran and Metroid

Space invader:
Samus Aran & Metroid (2-Pack)

These awesome figures are must-haves for Metroid fans. It’s taken long enough for Nintendo to release the next Metroid Prime game, but at least they’ve given us Metroid amiibo in the meantime.

From $169 at eBay

Amiibo MetroidAmiibo Metroid

Evil alien:

If you simply want the Metroid figure on its own, it will still cost you a decent amount of money. This figure looks freaking awesome — like it’s just broken out of confinement. It’ll pair beautifully with any of the other Samus amiibo.

From $87 at eBay

Monster Hunter

Magnamalo AmiiboMagnamalo Amiibo

A ferocious beast:

The big bad of Monster Hunter Rise — well, at least one of them. The Magnamalo is a huge challenge in-game, but its amiibo can unlock a set of armor.

$115 at Amazon

Palico AmiiboPalico Amiibo

Here, kitty, kitty:
Palico (Monster Hunter Rise)

A Palico is your friend, and the useful cats can do everything, from help you train to hunt down rare items. Tapping this amiibo into Monster Hunter Rise gives you a special suit of armor for your Palico.

$37 at Amazon

Monster Hunter Rise Palamute AmiiboMonster Hunter Rise Palamute Amiibo

A hunter’s best friend:
Palamute (Monster Hunter Rise)

Palamute’s are the latest addition to the Monster Hunter series and add many mobility options to the game. They’re also incredibly handy in combat, and once tapped, offer a set of armor for your Palamute.

$37 at Amazon


Just a girl and her monster:
Barioth (Glacier) & Avinia (Monster Hunter Stories)

Avinia is a character introduced in Monster Hunter Stories. She is a cautious girl who tries to hide her feelings, wearing white armor similar to the Barioth she rides.

From $130 at Ebay


An expert in his craft:
Qurupeco & Dan (Monster Hunter Stories)

Dan is an expert rider who helps teach young boys and girls how to ride their monsters. Normally very excitable, he can get serious when he needs to.

$48 at Amazon

Navirou AmiiboNavirou Amiibo

Anyone hungry?:
Navirou (Monster Hunter Stories)

Navirou is a happy-go-lucky felyne who loves a good snack. Despite his size, he tries to be brave when facing off against huge monsters.

From $172 at Ebay


On a mission:
Rathian and Cheval (Monster Hunter Stories)

Cheval is a gentle soul but becomes the player’s rival throughout Monster Hunter Stories.

$380 at Amazon


Start your own story:
One-Eyed Rathalos and Rider (Boy) (Monster Hunter Stories)

The main character of Monster Hunter Stories, who befriends a wounded Rathalos.

From $80 at eBay


Her destiny:
One-Eyed Rathalos and Rider (Girl) (Monster Hunter Stories)

The female variant of the main character of Monster Hunter Stories.

From $160 at eBay


Go figure

When amiibo were initially released in 2014, the Nintendo fandom reached for their wallets and queued up to purchase their favorite figures, only to discover a limited number of the figures available. This led fans into a craze as they frantically collected popular characters and propelled the prices of these simple figures skyward. Whether releasing a limited number of amiibo was a calculated move on Nintendo’s part to increase collector value or an unexpected incident, we might never know.

Either way, pop culture prospecting can be fun, exciting, and challenging all at once. Deciding which figure is most valuable is entirely up to your taste and preference. Still, we sure do dig that Mega Yarn Yoshi. It’s basically a teddy bear with NFC abilities in its foot. If you’re looking to try and make an investment, consider purchasing an amiibo and leaving it in the package. We specifically recommend the Guardian since it is one of the most useful amiibo in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

In addition to being cool-looking figures, amiibo all sport an NFC chip in their base. This chip allows you to scan your figures with your Switch, 3DS, or Wii U. If your figure is compatible with your game, it can give you certain in-game bonus content or save data. If you’re using your expensive amiibo but want to protect your investment, be sure to pick up a storage case.

There are currently over 186 amiibo with more on the way. We’ll be sure to update this list as more Nintendo figures are released.

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