Before we jump in to the list of the ten most valuable AEW cards of all-time, let's dive a bit into how we got here. Upper Deck’s inaugural release of All Elite Wrestling cards has given fans a chance to rip and collect their favorite stars. Founded by Tony Khan in 2019, AEW has already become the second-biggest wrestling promotion group in America. Deals with TBS, Bleacher Report, and an upcoming video game have made the group rapidly popular.
The hobby boxes, which were released in late 2021, have become a bit of a rarity. They are already sold out on bigger hobby sites like Blowout Cards, with no restock currently listed. Today, we aim to highlight some sales of the most valuable AEW cards to come out of the product so far. We will also look at some older sets that feature prominent AEW fighters.
It is still possible to find these boxes on secondary markets like StockX, but they are growing in demand increasinglyHowever, collectors will not have to wait much longer for a new product. 2021 Upper Deck AEW Spectrum, which is slated for a June release, will feature some low-numbered autographs and other high-end relics. These cards will surely produce some big sales in the future, and some may make it onto this list.
For now, let’s finally take a look at the most valuable AEW cards of all time and put a spotlight on some of the best wrestlers in the ring today, and if you are wondering who might be next on this list, check out this article on the next 10 AEW champs!