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Magic: The Gathering Zendikar Rising Bundle $26.99

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Normally around $40, this set is everything you need to create your first Magic the Gathering deck and at this price it's the least expensive way to buy Zendikar Rising draft booster packs.

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  • 10 Draft Booster Packs (150 Cards)
  • 40 regular-frame lands (20 foil, 20 non-foil)
  • 1 alternate art promo card
  • 1 oversized spindown life counter
  • 2 double-sided reference cards.
  • A storage container that can hold ~250 cards

https://www.amazon.com/Magic-Gath...138&sr=8-2
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Good price if you want to play Sealed. It has been this price for a couple weeks now. Too bad the set doesn't have much value for collectors/pack crackers. I think that is contributing to this price as well.
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I've bought a bunch of these at Target when the 10-30% off coupons pop up. Normal price is around this.
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Still beats the value in Strixhaven but an aging set at this point. Great for modal lands and a few evergreens like Apparition.
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My fav way to play magic with friends is through these bundles. We're all older now with careers so we don't keep up with our collection or know what the latest meta is. but every once in a while we'll get together and each will get a bundle from the current set. with the 10 packs we can play a sealed game first so we see what the latest mechanics and theme are... Then we draft since we have a better grasp of the set. that's 9 total packs... After that we crack open our last pack and each try to build our best constructed deck with the 10 packs we were given.
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Quote from romeomcasido :
My fav way to play magic with friends is through these bundles. We're all older now with careers so we don't keep up with our collection or know what the latest meta is. but every once in a while we'll get together and each will get a bundle from the current set. with the 10 packs we can play a sealed game first so we see what the latest mechanics and theme are... Then we draft since we have a better grasp of the set. that's 9 total packs... After that we crack open our last pack and each try to build our best constructed deck with the 10 packs we were given.
That's awesome. I wanr to try to start something like this with my friends too. What size is your group? Not sure if 4 is big enough of a draft pod or if we'd need 6-8.
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That's awesome. I wanr to try to start something like this with my friends too. What size is your group? Not sure if 4 is big enough of a draft pod or if we'd need 6-8.
4 is ok... you have to deal with what you have. i've done it where it was just the two of us so we just did sealed. in our hey day we could have done 8 but some friends have just faded out or maybe couldn't do a meet ups at that time. Really we just use magic as an excuse to hangout and have a fairly safe night out with old friends, the wives tend to be wary. It's funny we still play with old legend rules and damage on the stack since that's what we know
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I've bought a bunch of these at Target when the 10-30% off coupons pop up. Normal price is around this.
As for the Target coupon you're referring to, is it specifically for Magic/Trading cards?
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I'm not woke enough for this game
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I'm not woke enough for this game
Wtf are you on about? I've played mtg on and off since the mid 90s and it's not exactly a woke player base.
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Quote from MatthewP2839 :
I've bought a bunch of these at Target when the 10-30% off coupons pop up. Normal price is around this.
fwiw, target will no longer be selling card packs, pokemon, sports etc ...
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Quote from Ravatar :
As for the Target coupon you're referring to, is it specifically for Magic/Trading cards?
No they regularly run 10 off 50 or 25 off 100 for lots of toys and have included MTG cards
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if you can swing it, the draft box (also on sale) for $86 for 36 packs is a better deal, plus you get the boxtopper (which is about $20 unopened value)
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fwiw, target will no longer be selling card packs, pokemon, sports etc ...
I just tonight bought some from both target and Walmart so this isn't true and if it does take effect target has stated their policy for online sales hasn't changed so you should be able to order whatever online if they do in fact enforce it. I'm in WI too so unfortunately we're the reason this happened. As of yet it's not enforced tho.
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