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Top 5 rarest Super Smash Bros. series amiibo in 2024

Posted on February 24, 2024 by in General Nintendo, Guides

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With the Super Smash Bros. amiibo line now finishing with Sora, we’ve put together a list going over the top five rarest figures.

Nintendo has recently announced restocks of several Super Smash Bros. series amiibo figures – including Joker, Terry, and Banjo & Kazooie, who all lie among the rarest of these figurines (especially Joker). To add to this, Nintendo also restocked female Corrin last year, who was once considered the single rarest Super Smash Bros. amiibo. Given how much each individual character’s availability has changed, we’ve put together a list of Smash Bros. series amiibo figures who haven’t yet been restocked. It’s entirely possible that this list changes part way in the year depending on future restocks, so for now, keep in mind that this list is current as of February 2024.

Top 5 Rarest amiibo figures

Rarest amiibo (Super Smash Bros. series)

Please note that our estimation of values shouldn’t be used as a guideline. Rather, the prices we list below are what we’ve personally seen these amiibo sold for. It’s important to note that these prices are subject to change – as we mentioned, Nintendo has been really good about restocking amiibo. Particularly, those going for lots of money: indeed, both the Joker and Pikmin amiibo have seen additional stock, and those two were previously some of the most expensive figures out there.

  1. Mii Fighters: Of all the Smash Bros. amiibo to receive restocks, the Mii Fighters weren’t one. All three of these figures – Mii Brawler, Mii Swordfighter, and Mii Gunner – were once plentiful and sold in a three-pack. These three-packs didn’t sell as much as Nintendo had hoped, so many of the units were sold off to discount stores. They haven’t been on store shelves since – possibly to prevent another overstock situation from happening.
  2. Pokemon Trainer: This somewhat-unassuming amiibo figure released to little fanfare in 2019, and hasn’t received additional stock since. These days, it’s extremely difficult to find a loose Pokemon Trainer amiibo for under $40. Most of the time, they’re posted at $50 and above. This is the only truly “rare” Pokemon amiibo – surprising to see a character from this series make the list, as they’re usually well-stocked.
  3. Daisy: An absolutely bizarre entry. The Super Mario series Daisy amiibo is rather common, and generally goes for less than $20. The Super Smash Bros. series Daisy amiibo, however, only received one production run. Online listings place Smash Bros. Daisy’s price at at least $40, and – in some cases – all the way up to $80. This one definitely needs a restock – even with those prices, there aren’t many available listings to choose from in the first place.
  4. Ken. Like Pokemon Trainer, Ken was released to little fanfare in 2019. These days, he’s generally sold for about $40. This is in contrast to Ryu, whose value in 2024 is usually less than $15.
  5. Cloud (Player 2). He hasn’t received a restock in quite some time, and these days he costs somewhere around $30. Not quite as expensive as the other amiibo figures on this list, but definitely starting to get up there in price. Bayonetta Player 2 is up there too, but Corrin Player 2 has lost most of her value since the recent restock.

If you have any amiibo figures of your own and want to train them up, check out our amiibo training guide – it applies to every character. If you’d like to read about the ten rarest amiibo figures of all time (not just the Smash Bros. series), here’s our top ten list.

Do you own any of these amiibo? If so, do you ever use them, and which figures do you want to see restocks for?

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