You could either buy a decent supercar for $400k, or this unique Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon card. Why is it valued at nearly half a million US dollars? Well, this one-of-a-kind card was a prize for an Asian Championship Series, complete with a signature from the Yu-Gi-Oh! game creator Kazuki Takahashi. What sets this version apart from the standard ones is its special packaging, or the card's casing. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
"Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon is not even the most expensive Yu-Gi-Oh! card ever listed. In 1999, the winner of the very first Yu-Gi-Oh tournament held in Japan was given a one-of-a-kind Black Luster Soldier card made of stainless steel. It was listed online for a whopping 998,000,000 yen (around $10 million), but it reportedly sold for closer to $2 million, making it one of the most valuable trading cards of all time," according to The Verge.