Willy Wonka Golden Ticket (2-Pack) Funko Pop! Sells For Record $210,000


Image courtesy of Grail Monster

The Grail Monster has struck again with another record Funko Pop! sale!

Only this time, it’s Grail Monster finding a new home for one of the rarest Funko items ever.

The Willy Wonka Golden Ticket (2-Pack) has been sold for an eye-popping $210,000, thus thoroughly retaining its title as the most-valuable Funko Pop! in existence.

The lucky new owner is eVend, a giant retailer specializing in hard-to-find collectibles. You’ll find them in North Carolina in a 1 million-square-foot facility that’s chocked full of items such as Funko, FiGPiN and Lego, and lots more.

And now it’s home to the Golden Ticket (2-Pack), a Pop! that features Willy Wonka and Oompa Loompa figures, as well as an actual Golden Ticket. Only 10 are known to have been produced and most have never been located.

Wonka

eVend has yet to officially announce any future plans for the Golden Ticket. Grail Monster, however, has hinted that the most-valuable Pop! ever could be placed in and sold as a mystery box. More details to come!

hobbyDB member Grail Monster made history back in May of 2022 when he purchased the Golden Ticket for $100,000 – which was a record at the time for the most ever paid for a Funko Pop!.

Grail Monster also made headlines in September, this time with a $43,000 purchase of Freddy Funko as Iron Man (Metallic). That sale marked the most-ever paid for a Freddy Funko. Read more on that sale here.

The hobbyDB Big Ticket Task Force has already verified the recent Golden Ticket (2-Pack) sale and it’s new reflected on the hobbyDB guide. Give it a look here!

What’s the most you would pay for a rare Funko Pop!? Tell us below!

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David
David
10 months ago

Putting that in a mystery box sounds like a really good way to sell a freak ton of mystery boxes

Lou Sasole
Lou Sasole
10 months ago

Waste of Money !

Joschik
Admin
10 months ago
Reply to  Lou Sasole

Curious why you think so given values for other rare collectibles such as Trading Cards or Film Posters?

Mathew Baugher
Mathew Baugher
9 months ago
Reply to  Lou Sasole

Well everybody has an opinion.

Keegan McClellan
Keegan McClellan
9 months ago

$210,000!? Honestly, I think if you didn’t sell it and kept it for a few more years, you might be able to sell it for a million dollars.

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