A Legless Peach Amiibo Has Sold For $25,100 On eBay


We know defective Amiibo figures are selling extremely well on eBay and now we’ve got another one to add to the catalogue. A legless Princess Peach Amiibo has just been sold on eBay for a whopping $2510.00. In comparison the defective Samus Amibo figure sold for $2,500. Make sure you’re on the look out for defects.

Thanks, Michelle


    1. Wait, There is plenty of these on eBay. It would suck if someone payed 25.100 dollars and another person would get it for 200 dollars on another auction…

      1. It would suck if it’s the same person with the same financial assets, but if someone was willing to pay that much for one, I’m sure, in Layman’s terms, they’re relatively rich and feel no regrets.

      1. I know the seller. It sold for $25,100. However, the highest bidder dropped out and now my friend has to try and sell it again.

      2. I know the seller. The final bids was $25,100.00 however the bidder dropped out so now my friend has to try and sell it again.

    1. Well even if they ar3 at least it isnt them actually gettin the 2510.00 OR IS IT? hmmm #BusinessSuitAversion

      1. Dumb arse. Just because it sold doesn’t mean they will pay. They can still dance the deal. No wonder you have to be 18 to sell on eBay.

  1. Top left where the plastic meets the box suggests this has been opened…you can see white where the picture would have ripped off

      1. Actually no. Its been opened. Zoom on the picture and u can see the line of paper ripped right above the plastic

    1. Yep ur right. Its been open. Just zoom on the picture and u see a line where the paper has been ripped by opening it.

  2. These are all shill bids. Noone is paying that much for defects. Average prices ive been seeing them sell for is $100 to 200

  3. This… this one is ridiculous. Like, for the Defect Samus, it was obviously a defect and not something that somebody could have done to it. When I first saw this one, I laughed at how stupid it was. I could buy a Peach amiibo, cut it out through the bottom of the box (there are videos to demonstrate it for the purpose of removing the metallic strip), remove the legs, and slide it back in. As long as you don’t post any images of the bottom of the box (which this auction oh-so-conveniently didn’t), you have a “Factory Sealed” defective amiibo.

  4. What the hell is going on????? Being an asian i don’t like to waste ma money like this

  5. Well, paying that amount for an even less attractive Peach in my opinion. Wow, defects are just nuts!

  6. Yea, I knew that guy could have sold his Samus Amibo for a lot more money. I knew these defects would be a hit. The impact Nintendo made on Kids in the 90’s is strong. These kids are now in thier 30’s, with money to spend..

  7. defective toys are everywhere! lol not really, it is rare when you can find an unopened figure thats missing things or has deformities. I have a revenge of the sith toys r us exclusive yoda hollogram action figure that was packaged without his arm, it’s my most prized possesion so i get why these folks are paying big bucks to get stuff like this.

  8. If you’re willing to drop $25000 on a toy then you’re a retard. I don’t care how rich you are, you’re a retard

    1. only amiibo im getting are Shulk , Zelda, Shiek, Link, Marth and Ike i got Marth already and link too!

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