Has anyone else noticed how older booster box prices are through the roof? Why is that?
This week Paul unwraps the good and bad of Project Booster Fun and looks at some ideas on how to build a better booster pack.
This week Sig examines recent pricing trends on some of Magic’s historically most overprinted and under-powered sets: Homelands, Fallen Empires, and Chronicles. Without looking, can you guess what booster boxes of these sets sell for today? The answer may surprise you!
Collectible Card Game finance has suddenly caught fire in the investment world, and prices of cards and boxes have skyrocketed. David examines Flesh and Blood, and lessons we can learn from CCGs of the past.
David examines the last year of Standard sets, focusing on the several new Showcase variant printings for rares and mythics from Core Set 20201, Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths, and Throne of Eldraine.
In Part Two of his SCG Indi recap, Sam wraps up Modern lessons from both SCG Indi and Regionals and explores Eldraine Collector’s Boosters.
Join Sam for the lowdown on one of the coolest tournaments ever held: The 2019 Gen Con Legacy Cube Championship! Warning: Memes ahead!
It’s been a while since Sig studied pricing trends on new sets. But a few recent observations have caught his attention. This week Sig shares these trends as he learns about the new normal that is Standard MTG finance.
These days it seems not a week goes by without a site offering a discount or some cash-back incentive. Sig investigates strategies to maximize value during the days of deep discounts.
MM17 is a huge hit and Amonkhet is right around the corner. But not everything can be bought blindly—Sig believes there are some real value traps out there.
Recently Sigmund has been reevaluating his daily commitment to Magic finance. He explains how shifting priorities can lead to a preference for different speculative vehicles.