Funko’s Vinyl Soda figures are a lot like regular soft drinks, in that, once you have a taste for one…you definitely want more.
The company’s latest off-shoot from Pop! figures (remember Dorbz, Hikari and Wacky Wobblers?) made its debut in early 2020 with none other than Big Boy.
Today there are close to 600 (595 if you’re scoring at home) Soda Figures found on Pop Price Guide. Among them are more than 180 Sealed Cans. So we thought we’d also include a Top-10 list of Sealed Cans, check them out below.
Keep in mind that estimated values are always on the move, particularly as we add more and more price points to ensure the guide’s accuracy. For an updated list of the most-valuable Funko Soda figures, follow this link.
Top-10 Most-Valuable Funko Vinyl Soda Figures on Pop Price Guide
10. Huckleberry Hound (Red) ($190)
9. Boo Berry (Yummy Mummy Inspired) ($220-$490)
8. Fruit Brute (Franken Berry Inspired) ($230)
7. Yummy Mummy (Fruit Brute Inspired) ($230)
6. Matthew Patel (Grayscale) ($310-$330)
5. H.R. Pufnstuf with Hat ($330)
4. Freddy Funko (Bow Tie) (Lemon Lime Shirt) ($370)
3. Batman [ECCC] (Pink) ($370)
1. Freddy Funko (NYC) (Pizza) ($1,060-$1,580)
Top-10 Most-Valuable Funko Soda Sealed Cans
10. Harley Quinn (Harlequin) (Sealed Can) (12,000 pcs) ($65)
9. Matthew Patel [ECCC] (Sealed Can) (2,000 pcs) ($75-$80)
8. Lion-O (Sealed Can) (7,500 pcs) ($90)
7. Batman [ECCC] (Sealed Can) (5,000 pcs) ($90)
6. H.R. Pufnstuf (Sealed Can) (2,000 pcs) ($100)
5. Yummy Mummy (Sealed Can) (5,000 pcs) ($105)
4. Fruit Brute (Sealed Can) (5,000 pcs) ($160)
3. Freddy Vampire (Sealed Can) (10,000 pcs) ($165)
2. Sleestak (Sealed Can) (1,500 pcs) ($165)
1. Freddy Funko (NYC) (Sealed Can) (2,000 pcs) ($350)
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12 thoughts on “Top-10 Most-Valuable Funko Vinyl Soda Figures on Pop Price Guide”
Why is ANY sealed can worth more than the corresponding chase…???
This could have many reasons, most likely that there are fewer Price Points for sealed cans and that the price recently changed (sealed cans are mostly sold close to the release date). You can always join us and help add more Price Points…. more here.
Yeah…this list is not entirely correct. There are some Soda’s that haven’t updated in forever. #2 Spot should realistically be She-Ra chase as last few that sold(not Best Offers) have been over $700.
Yes, the list will change over time. Want to join and help with keeping pricing up to date?
Huh it’s ridiculous that all sodas are marked as being $11 to $13 dollars after preorders especially chases and then after one legit sells you don’t correct the fact that no chases sold for a $11 to $13, but instead it’s the can, so rather than Fix that you leave that value up to mess with a proper price. Seems lazy if you ask me. That’s why I barely use the app anymore because it’s no where near being correct.
The list is dynamic and the blog post shows it at the time we posted this. If Price Points are missing you can flag them to be added (or ever better help adding them). We never “correct” an Estimated Value, but we do add more Price Points, and that reruns the algorithm.
And for more on Blind Boxes (which is what the Soda cans are) you can read this page here in our help.
Everyone opens the cans looking for the chase, because of this sealed cans are, in many cases, actually rarer than the chase, this partially explains why sealed cans are sometimes more valuable than the chase, actually makes total sense.
I would agree assuming some people want the sealed can. Readers, who collects the sealed cans as well?
So should we open them to check if we have the Chase, or let them sealed to keed value ? Its problematic…
Sealed cans are often resales after the chase has been found(meaning your prob not going to get one), so the markup is silly. The only way I’ve been successful is buying a case, and then sell the commons at a common price.
Or just buy the chase outright