Pokemon TCG Fusion Strike - The Best and Most Expensive Card List
The cute physic Pokemon, Mew, makes a comeback from the OG days of the franchise to headline this expansion.
Fusion Strike will be the last expansion for the Pokemon TCG before the year is out – releasing on November 12 – and it could also be the final set to release for Sword & Shield before Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl release shortly on November 19.
The fresh, 260-card set will feature a host of Pokemon and Trainers alike with Single Strike and Rapid Strike making a return to gameplay. Fusion Strike will house 20 V cards and eight VMAX cards with 20 Trainer cards and a special Energy card.
Most Expensive Cards in Fusion Strike
**All estimated prices have been taken from TCG Player**
Training Court should capture the nostalgia of playing Sword & Shield on the Switch for the first time, when you’re asked to pick your starter, and this card currently retails at $22.39.
Pulling the haunting silhouette of Chandelure merging with the rainbow backdrop will make you $24.99 richer.
This glittering Energy card is one of two twinkling additions to the set, coming in at approximately $19.99.
The Grass Energy, on the other hand, is sitting as the rarer of the two on the market, currently worth around $29.99.
Trainer Shauna sports a colorful design to add to the set and is worth about $24.49.
This trainer’s Secret Rainbow variant is sitting a little steeper at $27.49.
Flaafy is acting like the star of the show illuminated in this Secret gold card, worth around $29.99.
Aside from flaunting futuristic card art and bearing the new Fusion Strike, Genesect V is also worth a healthy $30.98.
The first Mew VMAX couldn’t get any cuter and should be able to be obtained a little easier with a market price of $34.42.
The Secret gold card featuring the Power Tablet looks like a burst of energy that would surely get you moving in the morning and its market price is currently sitting at $34.90.
Another of Mew’s full art cards features soft pastel colors and it is a must-have for fans of the pokemon. It is currently worth $34.98.
The serious-looking, Elesa, is the rarest trainer card in the set, worth approximately $43.56.
Colorful, cute, and sporting a unique design, this card kicks off the high rollers with a $66.24 market price.
This Alternate Art makes you want to join the pokemon in the sky and is currently worth around $89.99.
The second Mew VMAX is the third most expensive card in the set, sitting with a market price of $158.32.
Kanto collectors will be desperate to get their hands on this original yet terrifying design of Gengar. The most expensive card of the set is worth approximately $182.50.
This Dynamax Espeon lying curled up on top of a house is a wonderful piece of art that needs to be part of your collection, and the price is currently sitting at $181.66.
Designed in a similar style to the Genesect V, this Mew Alternate Full Art features the psychic pokemon surrounded by other friends and has a stained glass window-effect to its design. This Alternate card is currently worth $59.99.
In our opinion, the Celebi V card features the best artwork of the set, as the leaf pokemon flies over a snowy scene. This card is sitting at approximately $49.91.
Its face may be a tad annoying by now, but Greedent’s band of little ones makes undeniably great artwork and this card is currently worth $23.32.