The Daisuki Club was a program that existed in Japan where members could acquire Action Points (AP) by competing in tournaments that would be rewarded with promo cards. A very detailed summary of the Daisuki Club can be found on Pokumon:
[source: images and table from Pokumon]
|Rank||AP required||DPt-P promo||L-P Promo|
|Gold||1200||Pikachu (016/DPt-P)||Pikachu (019/L-P)|
|Master||8600||Master’s Scroll (055/L-P)|
The L-P promos in this set may be familiar, but what is less known are the three cards that were very briefly made available as DPt-P promos. Because the point collection window overlapped the tail end of the DPt-P era, the Gold and Super Rank prizes were also produced as DPt-P promos. However It was very difficult to acquire points fast enough to redeem the Super Rank prize, especially since bomb threats cancelled many of the 2008 Battle Roads tournaments.
The Gold Rank Pikachu is available as both a DPt-P promo and L-P promo with different promo numbers. The border style and the “LV.23” next to the Pokemon name are the most apparent differences in style. The DPt-P version is much rarer due to the limited release window.
The Super Rank Cresselia and Darkrai are two of the rarest cards in the TCG. Because of their numbering, they are required for a complete DPt-P set. To my knowledge, only a few copies of each have publicly surfaced. They currently sit at pop 1 for Cresselia and pop 2 for Darkrai (though it’s unclear whether the other copy is a mislabel or a true DPt-P). It is very likely that other copies exist in Japan that have yet to publicly surface.
I have owned these copies for multiple years and only recently received them from the PWCC vault so I thought I should share high quality scans and the story behind them.