The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Trading Card Sales

July 21, 2022 - 9 min read

This article breaks down the ten most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading card game sales so far since the product has been released. This list will be updated as more sales break records!

The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Trading Card Sales

Updated November 3rd, 2022.

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The VeeFriends Series 2 collection launched on April 25th, 2022. It was a little less than a year after the launch of the VeeFriends Series 1 NFT collection in May of 2021 and it came with a free box of zero cool VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading cards. 

The VeeFriends Series 2 trading card game is a playable game and Gary Vaynerchuk has mentioned that he plans to hold tournaments. 

If you are interested, I did a buy/sell/hold recommendation of the product, which you can find here

55,555 boxes of VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading card boxes were issued with the NFTs and boxes are starting to arrive. Not all boxes have been shipped (including mine) so it’s likely this list will change. 

There are some major hits that can be pulled out of the boxes, but unlike the zero cool Series 1 card set, the probabilities are a lot lower: 

VeeFriends Compete and Collect Series 2 Trading Card Rarity

Source: StartWithNFTs.com

I’ve only seen one autographed pulled and none have sold yet. There are a lot of special cards yet to be pulled from the product, but it’s still fun to look at the top 10 sales of the VeeFriends Series 2 trading card set. 

Note: we do the best we can to verify sales on eBay, but it’s not always perfect. Sometimes buyers don’t pay. Sometimes buyers return cards within the allotted 30-day window. For example, this sale was not counted because the seller relisted the card on eBay, meaning the card likely wasn’t paid for. 

There have also been a few discrepancies between eBay sold data and 130point.com, we went with the latter for the final value on cards. We will also update this article as new cards set records. 

Check out the latest VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading card prices here.

Note: as I add sales to this list, I’ll keep the old ones but will just re-rank them so we can see how the market evolves. So, technically, this list will go beyond much more than just the top 10 sales.

Update: There have been a lot of new record sales, so I'm going to remove the ones that no longer make the cut.

There have been A LOT of new record VeeFriends compete and collect trading card sales in the past week as there have been ten sales of cards for $1,300 and up.

I'm tracking two Gift Goat /555 sales for $2,000 and $2,500. I have not included these sales as those prices do not make sense given the population and pricing of rarer cards. I will wait a few weeks to see if the items are relisted before adding them to this list. There was also a Clever Crocodile 1/1 sale that shows as sold on eBay for $5,000, but that feels fishy as well given that more popular character 1/1s have sold for less. Lastly, there was a Flex'n Fox Gold 1/1 sale for $6,900 but I am going to wait before adding it to this list as that feels high given similar sales as well. Update: Seller confirmed the Fox Gold 1/1 did sell for $5,000!

The Top 10 Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Trading Cards Ever Sold 

We looked at data from all the VeeFriends Series 2 Trading Card sales so far on eBay and 130point.com, and below are the 10 most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Trading Cards that have been sold so far: 

10— Content Condor 1/1 Lava — $2,750

9— Very Very Very Very Lucky Black Cat Core PSA 10 - $2,900

8— Your Poor Relationship With Time Is Your Biggest Vulnerability 1/1 Gold - $3,000

7 — Clever Crocodile 1/1 Emerald - $3,000

6— Patient Pig 1/1 Holo — $3,130

5— Patient Panda 1/1 Bubblegum — $3,150

4— Willful Wizard 1/1 Holo — $3,395

3— Empathy Elephant 1/1 Diamond — $3,750

2— Entrepreneur Elf 1/1 Emerald — $5,000

1— Flex'n Fox 1/1 Gold — $5,000

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

10 — Content Condor Lava 1/1— $2,750

Content Condor Lava Record Sale

Source: eBay 

This Content Condor 1/1 Lava is the eigth-most expensive VeeFriends Compete and Collect trading card sale with an eBay Best Offer Accepted price of $2,750 on August 8th, 2022.

You can shop for VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading cards on eBay here.

9 — Very Very Very Very Lucky Black Cat PSA 10—$2,900

Very Very Very Very Lucky Black Cat Core PSA 10 Record Sale

Source: 130point.com 

This Very Very Very Very Lucky Black cat core PSA 10 is a major milestone for the VeeFriends Compete and Collect trading card all-time sales list as it is the first PSA 10 sale I've tracked so far and have confirmed with the seller that it was legitimate at a price of $2,900.

You can shop for VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading cards on eBay here.

I recommend waiting for more cores to be graded before purchasing the next one that pops up on eBay (generally, the first PSA 10 graded card of a popular character or player sells the most followed by an influx of supply) but this is our first real look at how the market values a PSA 10.

Expect it to come down in value but it's exciting to see our first PSA 10 sale!

8 — Your Poor Relationship With Time Is Your Biggest Vulnerability 1/1 Gold —$3,000

Your Poor Relationship With Time One of One Gold VeeFriends Compete and Collect

Source: 130point.com 

Your Poor Relationship With Time Is Your Biggest Vulnerability sold for $3,000 on September 21st, 2022, making this the fourth verified $3,000+ sale of a VeeFriends Compete and Collect trading card.

You can shop for VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading cards on eBay here.

Patience, and having a better relationship with time is something Gary V has talked about many, many times and is likely some of the reasoning behind a big purchase for the card.

7 — Clever Crocodile Emerald 1/1—$3,000

Clever Crocodile Emerald One of One VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect Trading Card Record Sale

Source: 130point.com 

This Clever Crocodile Emerald One of One is now the 3rd most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading card ever sold after it sold on August 26th for $3,000.

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

It is the third card from the set to sell for at least $3,000 and joins an increasing number of Emerald one-of-ones appearing on this list.

6 — Patient Pig Holo 1/1—$3,130

Patient Pig Holo 1:1 VeeFriends Compete and Collect Record Sale

Source: 130point.com 

This Patient Pig 1/1 Diamond is now the sixth-most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 trading card that has sold with a price of $3,130 ($4,000 Canadian dollars).

You can shop for VeeFriends Series 2 compete and collect trading cards on eBay here.

Patient Pig is often recognized as one of the top characters in the project so it is no surprise it holds the top spot in its rare holo variation. 

It originally sold for $2,000 and dropped to 2nd on the list but was resold and is the sixth most expensive VeeFriends Compete and Collect Series 2 trading card so far.

5 — Patient Panda Bubblegum 1/1—$3,150

Patient Panda Bubblegum

Source: Private Twitter DM

This Patient Panda 1/1 Bubblegum sold via a private deal to a buyer who confirmed the price to me directly.

It sold for $3,150, which now means that 8 VeeFriends Series 2 trading cards have sold for $3,000 or more!

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

4 — Willful Wizard Holo 1/1—$3,395

Patient Pig Holo 1:1 VeeFriends Compete and Collect Record Sale

Source: 130point.com 

This Willful Wizard 1/1 Holo is the fourth-most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 trading card that has sold with a price of $3,395.

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

3 — Empathy Elephant Diamond 1/1—$3,750

Empathy Elephant Diamond One of One

Source: Private Twitter DM  

This Empathy Elephant Diamond 1/1 sold for $3,750 via a private deal is now the third-most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 trading card sale.

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

2 — Entrepreneur Elf 1/1 Emerald—$5,000

Entrepreneur Elf One of One Emerald - The Most Expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect Trading Card

Source: 130point.com 

The most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading card ever sold is the Entrepreneur Elf 1/1 Emerald and it sold for $5,000 via eBay Best Offer Accepted on August 21st, 2022.

It is tied with the Flex'n Fox Gold card mentioned below.

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

1 — Flex'n Fox 1/1 Gold—$5,000

VeeFriends Flex -n- Fox Gold one of one Record Sale

Source: 130point.com 

The most expensive VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading card ever sold is the Flex'n Fox 1/1 Gold and it sold for $5,000 via eBay Best Offer Accepted on August 13th, 2022.

See the latest prices for VeeFriends Series 2 Compete and Collect trading cards here.

Record-Breaker Watch List

No cards on watch just yet - check back later!

Unverified Sales That Could Become Records

I wanted to include some record sales that are on 130point.com but felt very high relative to other cards so I've held off on adding them to the list so I could further verify.

I didn't want to remove these completely but don't take these as bonafide comps just yet. If you know the buyer/seller of these items, I would love to confirm these sales with them and I can be contacted at [email protected]

Flex'n Fox 1/1 Gold - $6,900 - this ended up selling for $5,000 and was confirmed by the seller!

Peaceful Pelican 1/1 Emerald - $5,999

Gift Goat /555 - $2,500 - there were a number of Gift Goat sales between $1,700 and $2,500 (best offer accepted) but given that 1/1s sell for around those prices and sometimes less, I want to try and verify those sales before adding these to the official list.

Jon Torrey

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