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Magic: The Gathering Innistrad: Midnight Hunt Bundle (8 Set Boosters + Accessories) EXPIRED

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  • 8 Innistrad: Midnight Hunt MTG Set Boosters
  • 1 foil alt-art promo card—Triskaidekaphile
  • 40 basic land cards (20 foil + 20 nonfoil)
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#16
I had fun drafting this set, bought one draft booster box, one pack had a Meathook Massacre as the rare and another one as the foil. That one pack came within $5 of paying for my box. With that said, it'll never happen again to me.

Crimson Vow seems to be doing worse than Midnight Hunt for value. Again I bought one draft booster box, only 4 mythics, total value of rares and mythics was about $48 as of 11/23/21. Win some, lose some.
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#17
For everyone commenting that the set is fun to draft, this bundle has set booster packs not draft boosters, this product can't be used to draft.
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Quote from strongsauce :
For those wondering

1. The basic lands are not the more desirable black and white lands that you'd get from a draft/set pack. You might get some from the packs though but the 40 or so lands they give you are just standard ones.

2. The value of the current set probably makes this price still a bit risky. If you pull a mythic you'll probably come out ahead, but if you're just expecting to make your money back from 8 rares in the packs you'll probably not get your value.

3. Generally speaking with MTG you need to wait for sets to go out of print and then add a couple of years before its worth it to resell. Also generally, these bundles are less desirable than the draft/set/collector boxes they have out now. There's nothing unique about this package so you're generally looking at the value of 8 set boosters.

Don't buy this if you're trying to make money. But this is probably just the cheapest way to open packs. Everyone seems to hate this set but I had fun with drafting it. But obviously fun != valuable.
Where is a good place (other than eBay) to sell my old magic cards? I have tons of cards from 4th edition to about Invasion and Planeshift maybe.
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#19
These are indeed sealed and not resealed product as some on here may assume. Otherwise I probably wouldn't have pulled the Wrenn and Seven from one of my packs.
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