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Here Is The Full Pokemon Celebrations 50 Card List With Prices

By Sam Woods

October 11, 2021

The Pokemon TCG is undergoing somewhat of renaissance with players new and old, myself included, spending lots of money on shiny card.

The latest set, Celebrations, is all set to be one of the most popular yet, with the main card list solely occupied by Legendary Pokemon.

As it officially launches today, at least with some products, collectors are looking to see which cards they may pull.

So, to help you out, here is the full Pokemon Celebrations TCG Card list with the prices for the individual cards. Just bear in mind these will likely drop as more cards hit eBay.

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Standard Set

UPDATE – WE HAVE RECHECKED AND EDITED ALL PRICES SINCE THE SET LAUNCHED. AS YOU CAN IMAGINE, ALMOST ALL HAVE DROPPED SIGNIFICANTLY BARRING A HANDFUL OF THE SPECIAL CARDS.

SECOND UPDATE – THE PRICES HAVE BEEN RECHECKED OVER THE WEEKEND AND NOW SEEM TO HAVE PLATEAUED FOR THE MOST PART. NOW IS PROBABLY THE BEST TIME TO BUY SINGLES TO COMPLETE THE SET AS PEOPLE LOOK TO SELL THEIR BULK.

1/25 Ho-Oh

First up, hailing from Gold and Silver is Ho-Oh with a very nice looking card. It’s currently worth $1.

2/25 Reshiram

This Reshiram card has a really unique art style, it’s also one of the most common cards, expect to pull it a lot. It most recently sold on eBay for $0.99.

3/25 Kyogre

Kyogre is the first Water-type Legendary and once again, it has a lovely design. Again, it’s worth around $1.

4/25 Palkia

Pokemon Pearl’s Legendary is up next with arguably one of the worst looking cards of the bunch. Expect $1 for this one.

5/25 Pikachu

This card is awesome. It’s an alternate art version of the base set Pikachu and blends the modern style with a nostalgic card. This fetches around $2 on eBay.

6/25 Flying Pikachu V

A play on the old Flying Pikachu card is next up and it’s another cool one. $2.50 is the lowest current buy it now price.

7/25 Flying Pikachu VMAX

An alternative version of the Flying Pikachu V, with the Pokemon Plane flying by. $5 is the cheapest for this.

8/25 Surfing Pikachu V

Like the Flying Pikachu card, the Surfing Pikachu V is a great throwback. $2.

9/25 Surfing Pikachu VMAX

A chonky Pikachu on a surfboard – what’s not to love. This is currently around $5.50.

10/25 Zekrom

Rocking a similar style to Reshiram, Zekrom is the first Electric-type Legendary. Worth around $1.

11/25 Mew

One of the featured Pokemon of this set, and the next main series set Fusion Strike, Mew is up next. Sells for $1.50-ish.

12/25 Xerneas

X and Y’s Fairy-type Legendary is up next. $1.

13/25 Cosmog

Cosmog is up next with a pretty disappointing card. $1.

14/25 Cosmoem

Like Cosmog, this is another pretty disappointing card. Worth $1 currently.

15/25 Lunala

The final stage evolution from Pokemon Moon is next and it’s definitely a better card than the two before it. It’s worth the same amount.

16/25 Zacian V

One of the more traditional V cards next with Zacian. It’s fine. Will fetch around $1.40.

17/25 Groudon

Groudon with Team Magma grunts is probably one of my favourites from the first half of the Celebrations card list. $1.

18/25 Zamazenta V

Another Sword and Shield Pokemon up next in the form of Zamazenta. Worth $1.50.

19/25 Yveltal

Xerneas’ counterpart Yveltal looks menacing in its entry. Another $1 card.

20/25 Dialga

Like Palkia, Dialga’s card is a little underwhelming. $1.

21/25 Solgaleo

Pokemon Sun’s mascot is up next and will net you another $1.

22/25 Lugia

The final standard card is a Lugia, looking like it’s about to drop the hottest album of 2021. $1.

23/25 Professor’s Research

This is a really cool card, with Oak leaning out of the traditional window and scribbling on the card. Worth around $1.

24/25 Professor’s Research Full Art

Now the full art version of the card. Loses some of the charm for me. Currently selling at around $6.

25/25 Golden Mew

Without a doubt the rarest card in the first half of the set, this Golden Mew will set you back about $80 now.

Subset Cards

Arguably the best cards of the set are the next 25. We’ll just share the images and prices for these as they require no words.

______’s Pikachu – $15

Blastoise – $20

Charizard – $130

Venusaur – $18

Claydol – $2

Cleffa – $4

Dark Gyarados – $5

Donphan – $4

Garchomp C LV.X – $7

Gardevoir ex – $12

Here Comes Team Rocket – $3

Imposter Professor Oak – $2

Luxray Lv. X – $8

Mew ex – $15

Mewtwo ex – $18

M Rayquaza ex – $18

Reshiram – $9

Rocket’s Admin – $2.50

Rocket’s Zapdos – $7

Shining Magikarp – $38

Tapu Lele GX – $15

Team Magma’s Groudon – $2

Umbreon Gold Star – $70

Xerneas ex – $7

Zekrom – $13

All image credits go to tcg.pokemon.com.

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Sam Woods
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Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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