Tis the season. Our latest Top-10 list brings us to Christmas Town and a look at the most-valuable Funko Pop! figures from “The Nightmare Before Christmas!”
Jack Skellington and company have been a cult classic favorite ever since their debut in 1993. In the 28 years since, Tim Burton’s masterpiece has taken on the form of more than 450 Funko items. So naturally, some of them we’d really like to see under our tree on Christmas morning.
Remember, estimated values will fluctuate, particularly as we add more and more items and prices to ensure the guide’s accuracy. Follow this link for a current list of the Most Valuable Nightmare Before Christmas items found on hobbyDB.
Top-10 Most-Valuable Nightmare Before Christmas Funko Pop! Figures
10. Zero (Glow in the Dark) ($145)
9. Jack Skellington (Day of the Dead) (Glow in the Dark) ($190)
8. Jack Skellington (Prototype) ($200)
7. Sally (Day of the Dead) (Glow in the Dark) ($250)
6. Mayor ($490)
5. Jack Skellington (Glow in the Dark) ($670)
4. Sally (Glow in the Dark) ($710)
3. Jack, Sally, & Oogie (Metallic) ($930)
2. Oogie Boogie (SDCC ’12) ($1,780)
1. Freddy Funko (Jack Skellington)/(Glitter) ($1,840 – $3,460)
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