The Most Expensive Funko Pops From Star Wars Celebration
No matter what convention you're visiting, you're going to see numerous people selling Funko Pops. If there's something you like in pop culture, then there is a Funko Pop for you. However, at past conventions, we've noticed a pretty crazy trend: outrageously priced Pops. Some of these vinyl toys go for thousands of dollars because of their exclusivity and rareness.
At Star Wars Celebration, the trend continued, but it wasn't too crazy--for the most part. There were plenty of Star Wars toys, decor, and clothing, but Funko Pops hadn't invaded this convention in the same way it does with vendors at other shows, even though Funko had its own booth.
The vast majority of the Pops were reasonably priced, but there were some outliers at the show. Here are some of the most expensive Pop figures we saw at the show. And for more from Celebration, check out the cosplay from day one and day two of the show, as well as more information on The Mandalorian, the Fallen Order video game, and Episode 9.
Rogue One 8-Pack: $100
Above, you'll find all eight Rogue One figures in a single pack for $100, which seems totally fair.
Cloud City Duel: $50
This Funko Pop two-pack recreates a moment from Empire Strikes Back, and $50 doesn't seem that crazy it, as it's priced a bit cheaper (if you include shipping) than what it's being sold for on Amazon.
Dagobah Face-Off: $60
Sure, this is $10 cheaper on Amazon, but you're buying it at Celebration, and you'll always have that memory. Where's the fun at clicking on an item on an online shopping site?
Jabba The Hutt, Slave Leia, and Salacious B. Crumb: $150
Believe it or not, $150 for this three-pack is still cheaper than it is online, so it's actually a good deal to buy this one at Celebration. However, the convention is over now, so you'll need a time machine to pick it up.
Kylo Ren Signed By Adam Driver: $150
All these Funko Pops seem like a good deal. I guess there is nothing really expensive at Celebration. Wait... what's this? A Pop signed by Adam Driver for $150? Why is Funko in quotes? What does this mean?
Darth Vader Signed By David Prowse: $200
Do the quotes mean it's a real thing or is this a custom-created Pop figure?
Rey Signed By Daisy Ridley: $200
Again with the quotation marks around the word Funko. No clue why that was the choice for the vendor on that one. Does this mean it's one of those Chinese fakes I heard so much about a few months ago?
Gold Stan Lee: $250
While Celebration contained mostly Star Wars related Pops, there were a few not related to characters from a galaxy far, far away. There was this golden Stan Lee for $250. Seeing as Marvel is owned by Disney, which owns Lucasfilm, this kinda makes sense to be at the show, right?
Signed Elvira: $250 or $400?
It was never really clear as to why they're were two different price points on these two Pops. They're both signed by Elvira. Maybe if you're a person who loves throwing money away, you'll have no problem spending an extra $150 on this.
Droids Boba Fett or Princess Leia: $600
Now we're getting into the ridiculously expensive territory. Both of these exclusive Pops cost $600 each.
Shadow Trooper: $2000
If this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive Shadow Trooper is too expensive for you, you can pick up this Holographic Darth Vader for $450.
Holographic Darth Maul: $2500
Finally, the most expensive Pop we saw was this holographic Darth Maul Pop. What's even crazier was that this very item was on sale at other vendors for around $100 each.