5. Young Ryze (Human Ryze) – 180
Another one of the most expensive League of Legends skins ever produced, the only people that have this skin in their library are those that preordered the original LoL – and there are a whole lot fewer people who did that compared to those that bought a physical copy back in 2009.
This skin was bundled with another, even more expensive LoL skins money can buy, but we will dig a little deeper into that in a moment. Just know that the odds of either of these skins ever landing in the LOL store are slim to none.
4. PAX Sivir – 185$
The second line of the PAX LoL skins was given out to attendees that visited the conference back in 2011.
It isn’t quite as rare as the original PAX skin (the one we’ll highlight in just a second), but a lot of that has to do with the fact that people knew that they were going to get a free League skin if they attended the conference, whereas the original PAX skin was a total surprise.
If you didn’t attend PAX back in 2011, though, you probably got skunked out of this skin – though you can pick it up on the secondary market for a decent amount of dough if you’re interested.
3. PAX Jax – 190$
Every year, thousands of people flood into PAX to check out everything that the gaming world has to offer, and if you were lucky enough to go all the way back in 2010, the odds are pretty good that you landed an exclusive code (printed on a physical card, if you can imagine that) that allow you to redeem this skin specifically.
Relatively difficult to find these days, every now and again, you can find people offering legitimate codes for this skin on sites like eBay at prices that hover around $200 (but sometimes get up to as high as $400).
Just aware that these codes do have a hard expiration date imposed by the folks at RIOT. If you don’t redeem it soon, you might never get a chance to again.
2. Black Alistar – 220$
Just like the Young Rize skin that we mentioned above, the only way for you to get your hands on the Black Alistar skin was to actually have preordered LoL all the way back in the day.
This skin is rarer than the other (making it one of the rarest skins in League), but either one of these preorder rewards is next to impossible to find on active player accounts – let alone find on the secondary market.
If you do run up against someone running this skin, just know that they have (quite literally) been here since the before the beginning of League. That’s pretty wild think about, but they are legitimate OG accounts.
1. PAX Twisted Fate – 300$
This version of the Twisted Fate skin was the very first one to be handed out at PAX back in 2009 when most people hadn’t even heard of League of Legends yet – and certainly well before it caught fire as one of the most popular videogames ever made.
Like all of the other PAX skins you had to get a physical code to redeem in-game to land this skin on your account, but only the first 20,000 attendees that visited the League booth were able to get their hands on one.
That makes the Twisted Fate the absolute rarest skin in League right now as well as one of the most valuable. You’ll only be able to get it on the secondary market if you don’t already have it on your account, and you can expect to spend at least $300 (and sometimes a whole lot more than that) if you want to wear this skin when you are waging digital war in LoL.
What do you think about these most expensive League of Legends skins? Would you personally buy one of them?