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Pokémon Trading Card Game: Sword & Shield Astral Radiance Elite Trainer Box EXPIRED

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Target has Pokémon Trading Card Game: Sword & Shield Astral Radiance Elite Trainer Box on sale for $24.99. Shipping is free with RedCard or on $35+ orders.

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Features:
  • 8 Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield—Astral Radiance booster packs
  • 65 card sleeves featuring Darkrai
  • 45 Pokémon TCG Energy cards
  • A player's guide to the Sword & Shield—Astral Radiance expansion
  • A Pokémon TCG rulebook
  • 6 damage-counter dice
  • 1 competition-legal coin-flip die
  • 2 acrylic condition markers
  • 1 acrylic VSTAR marker
  • A collector's box to hold everything, with 4 dividers to keep it organized
  • A code card for Pokémon Trading Card Game Live

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Astral Radiance ETB back in stock at target only for delivery. Shipping is $5.99 but free if you buy 2 or if you have the red card.

https://www.target.com/p/pokemon-...A-86093593
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Hoping for the other one, should have bought more.

Forgot the name but it was the white box.
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Hoping for the other one, should have bought more.

Forgot the name but it was the white box.
Brilliant Stars [target.com]

I too am hoping for it's return to stock up more. Love that set.
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Quote from IndigoMorning6118 :
Hoping for the other one, should have bought more.

Forgot the name but it was the white box.
Brilliant Stars
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Not bad $23.74 and free shipping with the red card, thanks my daughter will love this.
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What is the age range for this game?
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What is the age range for this game?
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So is this a self-contained game, like the Battle Academy box?

My son is young (6) and there's this tension between wanting to learn and play the TCG game, and just collecting. The third prong to this world, investment, is not part of the calculus (at least at this time).

We have the Battle Academy box, and it is great for what it is (to learn TCG), but he also wants to just put the cards in his binder and treat them like any other. So it's like we need junk cards on top of what's in that set, as it feels important to keep that set intact.

I see all these Pokemon sales but it's so hard to know what it is what, it feels like a different language. Feels like a big part of the "problem" (if you call it that) is the investing side of things is so enormous it outweighs everything else for most people so when they talk about these deals, that's the main focus. .
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Also what makes the Brilliant Stars box better than this one? That seems to be the consensus.
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So is this a self-contained game, like the Battle Academy box?

My son is young (6) and there's this tension between wanting to learn and play the TCG game, and just collecting. The third prong to this world, investment, is not part of the calculus (at least at this time).

We have the Battle Academy box, and it is great for what it is (to learn TCG), but he also wants to just put the cards in his binder and treat them like any other. So it's like we need junk cards on top of what's in that set, as it feels important to keep that set intact.

I see all these Pokemon sales but it's so hard to know what it is what, it feels like a different language. Feels like a big part of the "problem" (if you call it that) is the investing side of things is so enormous it outweighs everything else for most people so when they talk about these deals, that's the main focus. .
If you want decks to play against each other, get the League Battle decks. These are usually marked with trainer level 3 on them.

If you just want to collect cards for fun, then the Elite trainer boxes are a good value.

Building decks piecemeal can get pretty expensive, so usually it's cheaper to just buy the league battle decks.

Cheers
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If you want decks to play against each other, get the League Battle decks. These are usually marked with trainer level 3 on them.

If you just want to collect cards for fun, then the Elite trainer boxes are a good value.

Building decks piecemeal can get pretty expensive, so usually it's cheaper to just buy the league battle decks.

Cheers
This is so crazy complicated, Interested for my 6 yr old as well, for 2 - 4 player which one would be good idea? There are so many , shouldn't it be level 1 considering it's beginners?
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We used these cards to help my daughter learn basic math and it worked great. Unfortunately these boxes are mostly for getting packs and collecting. If you want to play immediately I'd recommend getting the pre-built decks. They're pretty worthless for collecting or resale but they are perfect for learning the game and getting youngsters interested.
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I bought my 8 year old pokemon cards. He tells me Names of what Pokémon characters his friends have, but doesn't know how to play nor does he tell me that his friends plays. I feel like they only show off who has better cards?
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I bought my 8 year old pokemon cards. He tells me Names of what Pokémon characters his friends have, but doesn't know how to play nor does he tell me that his friends plays. I feel like they only show off who has better cards?
I believe that's what most people do yes.
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