While the picture above is not the actual can I own, I do still have in my possession a 1992 Toronto Blue Jays Word Series Coke Can. Little did I know back in the day how valuable pop (or soda) cans could be in the future. The unopened cans are particularly valuable (especially if it is factory error), but like trying to keep an action figure in it’s original packaging, who can resist downing 24 cans of Pepsi in one sitting? It’s basically impossible. Had I resisted over the years, I could have made on mint on eBay selling these cans apparently. I mean think how much more Dr. Pepper I could have bought with $25,000! So, as dumb as it sounds, save your Twilight (or whatever terrible movie is on Coke cans these days) and World Cup 2014 Cans (unopened) because they could be worth something some day….and if they’re not? Hey, at least you’ll have 20 year old Coke to drink. It’s Win/Win!
Unopened Empty Coke Can (Factory Error): $25,000
Apparently there are only a few of these floating around in the world. Just like the perfect man, Am I right ladies?
50s Vintage Pepsi Cans: $7,800
1993 Michael Jackson “Dangerous” Tour Pepsi: $5,000
The fact that the can is unopened, it’s from The United Arab Emirates and that it was pulled from the shelf after a week because the tour was cancelled makes this can potentially valuable.
1985 Six-Pack for “New Coke”: $3,000
They are probably worth a lot more if they belonged to Bill Cosby.
2010 Vancouver Olympics Aluminum Bottles: $2,300
If only they tasted as good as the memories…
1982 Unopened can of Diet Coke: $589
2004 Lord of the Rings Pepsi Cans: $125
Looks like we know which can this person thought was “the precious”
1989 Ghostbusters II Coke Cans: $91.75
Unopened Surge Can: $49.99
Can of “Girl Power” (Pepsi): $46.99