Pokemon Zap! Deck Can Be Yours At Heritage Auctions Today

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One of the things that boggle my mind these days is the collectible market around Pokemon. I don't mean the current craze and frenzy that is gripping the world, leading to shortages, fights, and stores outright refusing to sell them for safety concerns. No, I mean the sudden high-class Pokemon collector, the one that is spending hundreds and thousands of dollars on vintage stuff, like this Zap! Deck pack, taking bids on Heritage Auctions today. I remember buying two of these for my brother and me when it was first released, and never in my wildest dreams did I think it would sell for $180, which is what the current bid is at. For those unfamiliar, check it out below.

Pokemon Zap! Deck Can Be Yours At Heritage Auctions Today
Pokemon Zap Deck. Credit Heritage Auctions

This Is The Only Pokemon Deck I Ever Purchased

"Pokémon Zap! Theme Deck Sealed Box (Wizards of the Coast, 1999). Is your dream to be the very best there ever was, but you don't have a deck? If not, then here's the lot for you! A sealed Zap! Theme Deck. This deck comes with a combination of psychic and lightning-type Pokémon that are sure to Zap! your competition away. The deck includes 60 cards, 1 Pokémon coin, 10 damage counters, and 1 rule book, everything you need to start on your journey! Each of these decks is guaranteed to have a base set holographic card inside. From the Rad Dad Collection."

Wild to see this again after all these years. I remember trying desperately to play with this deck with my brother and failing miserably, but the box remains super cool. For more info and to place a bid on this Pokemon deck, go ahead and click here. While you are there, take a spin around and see all of the other TCG games that have cards on auction today, there is some great stuff.

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About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.
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