If you're 35 or younger, chances are you owned some Pokemon cards. The good news is that unlike all those Beanie Baby promises that never came true, Pokemon cards have have actually skyrocketed in value.\nREAD ALSO: The New Starbucks Holiday Cup Is Even More "Offensive" Than The Last One\nDepending on the series and the condition of your card, they could be worth quite a bit of money. So go dig up that old box from your parents' basement, grab your Pokemon cards and make sure you're not sitting on a goldmine.\nHere are some of the most expensive ones on the market today:\n10. Latios - $850\nSeries: EX Deoxys\nMore info.\n9. Umbreon - $899\nSeries: POP Series 5\nMore info.\n8. Nidoking - $999.99\nSeries: Base Set\nMore info.\n7. Pikachu - $1000\nSeries: Jungle\nMore info.\n6. Mewtwo - $1502.07\nSeries: Base Set\nMore info.\n5. Lugia - $2000.00\nSeries: Aquapolis\nMore info.\n4. Ledyba - $2510.33\nSeries: Skyridge\nMore info.\n3. Espeon - $2699.99\nSeries: Pop Series 5\nMore info.\n2. Venusaur - $3000\nSeries: Base Set\nMore info.\n1. Charizard - $5042\nSeries: Skyridge\nMore info.\nIf you're too lazy to keep track of Pokemon, there's really only 1 you need to be on the lookout for: Charizard.\nIt's actually insane how much money these cards can be worth, just check out how much they go for on Pawnstars.