Disney Lorcana: Top 10 Most Expensive Rise of the Floodborn Cards (February 2024)

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The latest Disney Lorcana expansion, Rise of the Floodborn is here, and collectors are already going wild over its 204 new cards – so much so that online prices have skyrocketed. Here are the top 10 most expensive Disney Lorcana: Rise of the Floodborn cards right now.

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Most Expensive Disney Lorcana Rise of the Floodborn Cards

I’ve sorted the top 10 most pricy Rise of the Floodborn cards from least expensive to most expensive. Prices tend to fluctuate, especially when a Trading Card Game is as popular as Disney Lorcana is, so the information below is subject to change.

Note:

The prices are for ungraded cards. Expect to pay more for a highly-graded card from companies like PSA and Beckett.

10. Lady Tremaine – Imperious Queen (Alternate Art)

Lady Tremaine, also known as Cinderella’s wicked stepmother, already looks menacing in the 1950 Disney animated movie, but somehow, Ravensburger has made her appear even scarier in the Lady Tremaine – Imperious Queen alternate art card.

The price is pretty terrifying, too, as she’s currently going for around $118 online. Yikes.

9. Shere Khan – Menacing Predator (Alternate Art)

The Jungle Book’s main villain, the menacing Bengal tiger Shere Khan, looks crafty AF in the Shere Khan – Menacing Predator alternate art card, making it easy to see why collectors are going wild over wanting it in their collection.

It is currently being sold for around $120.

8. Beast – Relentless (Alternate Art)

People really like scary-looking cards, huh? If the previous two weren’t ferocious enough, the Beast – Relentless alternate art will surely send a shiver down your spine. Just look at those claws!

If you want him in your collection, it will set you back around $135.

7. Hercules – Divine Hero (Alternate Art)

“Divine Hero” is the perfect name for this card because, well, Hercules does, in fact, look divine, which could well be why the price is so high. I mean, what’s not to love about a hunky hero pulling lightning from the sky?

You’ll need to splash around $145 to buy the Hercules – Divine Hero alternate art. BRB, adding to cart.

6. Madam Mim – Purple Dragon (Alternate Art)

Uh oh… Another scary one. This time, of Madam Mim from The Sword in the Stone. She is in her dragon form, too, no less, which actually is kind of badass. This is one I want for my own collection.

Maybe not anytime soon, though, because it’s got a $150 price tag. Oof.

5. Arthur – Wizard’s Apprentice (Alternate Art)

Aw, yeah, the top five. These are the big guns, the ones that you need to remortgage your house to afford. I’m kidding, but they are pricy. Like the Arthur – Wizard’s Apprentice alternate art, for example.

You’re looking at $175, give or take, if you want him.

4. Snow White – Well Wisher (Alternate Art)

The Snow White – Well Wisher alternate art displays Snow White during one of the most iconic scenes in the movie, where she sings “With a Smile and a Song” to the forest animals. So it’s understandable why it’s one of the most expensive Rise of the Floodborn cards.

If you want to add her to your Disney Lorcana collection, be prepared to drop around $180.

3. Sisu – Divine Water Dragon (Alternate Art)

It’s easy to see why the Sisu – Divine Water Dragon alternate art card is so expensive – it’s beautiful. I haven’t even seen Raya and the Last Dragon (shame on me, I know), but I NEED this card…

…Perhaps not for around $200, though. Pain.

2. Alice – Growing Girl (Alternate Art)

The Alice – Growing Girl alternate art card is another beauty and very nostalgic to boot; it features the scene of her running through the forest after eating the “Eat Me” cookie in Alice in Wonderland.

It’s currently going for around $220.

1. Cinderella – Ballroom Sensation (Alternate Art)

The most expensive Rise of the Floodborn card is the Cinderella – Ballroom Sensation alternate art, and boy, it is stunning. In the 1950 animation, Cinderella wows the ballroom when she appears at Prince Charming’s royal ball, and the card definitely does the scene justice.

You’ll need to cough up around $260 to own it!

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