This new Game of Thrones Night King figurine costs a whopping $1,900


Game of Thrones fans, if you have $1,900 laying around, then you just might be interested in investing it into Prime 1 Studio’s newest Night King figurine. Yeah, $1,900, NBD, cool cool cool.

But don’t worry, if you really want it but can’t afford to dish out the $1,900 upfront, you can make the payment in up to 15 installments. Still, even then, that’s $189.90 down, which is a lot for a figurine, even one as nice as this:

In case $1,900 burns too big a hole in your pocket, you can opt to downgrade from the Ultimate Version to just the plain ‘ol regular version, which will cost you $999. As with the other figure, you can pay in installments, but this time the upper end is 10 with a down payment of $99.90 on the day of purchase.

Game of Thrones Night King Figurine: Ultimate Version

The drastic price difference is there for a reason: the Ultimate Version of the Night King figurine comes with two resurrected wights. The statue is a homage to the massacre at Hardhome in the show’s fifth season, when Jon Snow saw the Night King raise an undead army as he sailed away.

The figurine stands at over 27 inches tall in the Night King in his infamous “raised hands” pose. The sculptors did a stellar job with the details of his frightening presence, from his icy stare to his armor. And I love the snowfall in the video.

The wights that come with the Ultimate Version are very detailed, too. If you look closely, you’ll see detail in their clothes and their armor, not to mention all the dried blood on their hands and weapons.

Game of Thrones Night King Figurine: Basic Version

If I was going to drop money on something like this, I’d buy the Basic Version of the Night King at $900. The additional wight figures are cool, but I’m not sure they’re worth doubling the price.

Pre-orders are now being taken by Prime 1 Studio for delivery between October 2022 to January 2023. Yes, not only are you dishing out the dough, but you’re doing it for something you won’t be getting for another year to year and a half.

And if you’re looking for other options entirely, there’s always something more hand-made:

Whatever works!

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