The Most Expensive Boosts In Rocket League [2022 Updated]

Here are the 5 currently most expensive boosts in Rocket League that you should check out!
The Most Expensive Boosts In Rocket League [2022 Updated]




Even though you can’t see the boost before the game starts, the boost is an important part of the car design which can’t be forgotten. Therefore the boosts are more expensive than many other parts of the car. Let us take a look!



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Gold Rush | 1.000.000 - 1.100.000 credits | 4750$

We are now in the 7 digits!! This is also referred to as the Alpha Boost. This item is so rare because of the price that only a small circle of traders and Rocket League pros use it. The only way you could get this was to play in the Alpha version of the game!

Gold Rush
  • Xbox: 2.000.000 - 2.200.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 4750$
  • PlayStation: 1.000.000 - 1.100.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 4750$
  • PC: 1.000.000 - 1.100.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 4750$
Gold Rush

Like the Goldstones and the Alpha Cap, the price of the Gold Rush is so high because it is an Alpha item and a great investment opportunity. Because only so few exist and it is so full of prestige the price is mind-boggling! The Alpha boost is so unique that if you can afford it, it is by far the coolest Rocket League boost. It is also one of the most expensive items in the game.The golden glow simply can’t be topped by any other boosts in the game, and if you want to get this one, you better check out our article on how to earn money in Rocket League.

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Orange Thermal | 3.000 Credits | 14$

What? An orange item is the second most expensive!?! Most Rocket League players don’t know about this item and the story of its insane price! Why is a Rocket League boost that sounds so average so much more expensive than most boosts?

  • Xbox: 6.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 14$
  • PlayStation: 3.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 14$
  • PC: 3.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 14$

This is a very interesting case. Usually, items that are not white or in some cases black that end up this high on the ranking are discontinued. This item is so expensive because many players believe it looks a lot like the Alpha Boost / Gold Rush. We have to agree with them on that! This boost is a great alpha boost 2.0 and a cheaper alternative. Many players believe that its price has been heavily inflated. Mostly by price manipulation and fake rumors of discontinuity. This item will be very interesting to follow in the near future!

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Titanium White Fusion | 2.100 credits | 10$

The Fusion boost is a part of a retired RLCS collection released in 2019. It was only obtainable through fan rewards for a couple of months. Just like the Hot Rod, this item has managed to remain at the same price. What makes the Fusion special?

  • Xbox: 3.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 7$
  • PlayStation: 2.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 10$
  • PC: 2.000 Rocket League credits ≈ 10$

As one can tell from the images this boost is SHINY! It is a strong candidate for the shiniest boost in the game. This means its spot on the list is deserved and the item is very desirable. It is also the most expensive white boost, the favorite color of most players. Another interesting thing is there is a price difference between Xbox and the rest of the platforms. This means that there is a rare arbitrage opportunity in the market! You can buy it on Xbox and sell it on PC to make a profit. This is only possible because it is an item that is not being traded super much. The prices are not being actively monitored by traders to exploit this opportunity.

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Titanium White Hot Rod | 1800 credits | 8$

The Hot Rod boost is a part of a retired RLCS collection released in 2019. Contrary to other RLCS items this item has managed to remain at the same price. Why has it done so much better in the market?

  • Xbox: 3.600 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$
  • PlayStation: 1.800 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$
  • PC: 1.800 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$

The Hot Rod boost is so simple yet so classy making it a top choice for all car designs. It is a good choice if you want your boost to be nice but not take away anything from the car. It is also not an active RLCS reward which means it has not been flooded on the market. This has made it less obtainable. Because the Hot Rod is so clean it goes super well with other simple items like a cool paint finish. Check out the most expensive paint finishes for design ideas!

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Titanium White Sparkles | 1.800 credits | 8$

The Sparkles is a non-crate item import drop that can be collected through trading or doing a very rare trade-up. The Sparkles is a top choice between shiny boosts and a new addition to this list.

  • Xbox: 3.600 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$
  • PlayStation: 1.800 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$
  • PC: 1.800 Rocket League credits ≈ 8$

Though the item has existed for many years, it has only recently received attention from Rocket League traders. The Titanium White Sparkles is currently very close to its all-time high. Many non-crate import boosts have increased heavily in price lately and the Sparkles has benefited from that. The Sparkles goes well with simple cars where the boost is very visible. However, it is also a great addition to a more shiny car design where the glow from the boost blends in perfectly.

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