An uncertain market led to some dips in pricing for several unopened sports card boxes between April and May, but StockX also reports some winners among the most actively traded products on the platform.
Among the boxes seeing dips in the average sales price from month to month:
- 2022 Panini Prizm WWE Wrestling Hobby Boxes, down from an average of $1,092.42 in April to $690.90 in May–a decrease of 37%.
- 2021-22 Topps UEFA Champions League Collection Hobby Boxes, down from $111.34 in April to $84.54 in May–a 24% dip.
- 2021 Panini Clearly Donruss Football Hobby Boxes, which fell from an average of $330.88 in April to $293.68 in May–down $11%
- 2021-22 Prizm Premier League Soccer Hobby boxes, which fell from $257.38 to $232.80
- 2021 Topps Formula 1 Racing Hobby Boxes, down from $258.89 in April to $208.43 in May
- 2021 Panini Prizm Draft Picks Basketball Hobby Boxes, which fell from $196.24 in April to $174.44 in May
A sampling of boxes showing month-to-month grown on the platform included:
- 2019-20 Panini Chronicles Basketball Blaster Boxes, which increases from $30.15 in April to an average of $35.28 in May–an increase of 17%.
- 2021 Panini Mosaic Football Blaster Boxes, which grew from $38.82 to an average of $42.18
- 2020 Panini Select Football Blaster Boxes, which increased from $66.30 to $71.33
- 2020-21 Panini Hoops Hobby Boxes, which averaged $215.47 in April and $231.10 in May
Year over year, the 2020 Topps Chrome F1 boxes showed meteoric growth, rising from $508 in May of 2021 to an online price of $3,122 a year later while the Sapphire edition rose from $631 to $2.900 in 51 weeks and is now over $3,200.
From July of 2020 to late May of this year, ’20 Bowman Sapphire Baseball Baseball boxes more than doubled, to a price of over $1,000. They’ve since slipped back to $830.