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There are many flying brooms in the world of Harry Potter, like the Nimbus series, the Cleansweep series, the Firebolt etc.

However, I didn't find any concrete information about which broom is the costliest of all.
I understand that some brooms will be best for some situations or people. But still I want to know which broom is the most expensive.

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    Good luck getting an answer to that – Gallifreyan Dec 18 '16 at 14:13
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    By "now" do you mean as of the end of book 7? I guess it would probably be a Firebolt. – The Dark Lord Dec 18 '16 at 14:23
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    I'm really disappointed from down voters when as a community members, they don't give reasons or suggest edits for a question. – Rajan Dec 18 '16 at 15:00
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    If I was to downvote, I'd downvote for apparrent lack of any up-to-date canon information whatsoever. – Gallifreyan Dec 18 '16 at 15:57
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    @vap78 the question now asks for the most expensive broom. There may not be an answer in cannon, but it is not opinion based. – SQB Dec 18 '16 at 18:58
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While we do not know the individual prices, the following five brooms were used during the last (2014) Quidditch World Cup, and were probably among the most expensive brooms of the time.

  • Varápidos
  • Starsweeper XXI
  • Yajirushi
  • Firebolt Supreme
  • Thunderbolt VII

(Sources: Japan vs Nigeria and Place Your Bets with Ludo Bagman)

It is of course very possible that the market has somewhat chaged over the past two years, but that is the most up-to-date info that J.K. Rowling has provided us.

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