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Please call 508-465-1671 if you have credit to apply to this order. 

If you have been in the store in the last year (since Jan 2019) you get an extra $10 discount.  This stacks with RTG gold and the FNM discount.

You get $5 off for each paid FNM Arena event you attended for Round Table Games (Max $20 per box for this discount).  We will apply the credit and process the sale over the phone.

Embrace the Chaos. Draft the Unknown.

Chaos draft. Cube draft. ??? draft. Go off-format with Mystery Boosters’ huge pool of wild and wonderful cards pulled from over 20 years of Magic history—Over 1,600 reprints and 121 surprises you’ll have to see to believe. Fill an 8-person draft and never see the same card twice!

Enter Mystery Booster.

Magic the Gathering CCG: Mystery Booster Box

$179.99Price
  • The set itself contains a whopping 1,694 reprints from all throughout the game's history (see below for the full list), plus 121 copies of something new and surprising. You could fill an entire eight-person draft and not see the same card twice.

    The WPN version will also include fifteen cards: fourteen from the main set and one of 121 possible foil cards. The foil cards are cards not found in the main set (yes, above and beyond the 1,694 already in there), making the Draft experience even more repeatable. Plus, someone told me the foil sheet has some pretty exciting stuff on it. But shhhh. You didn't hear it from me. (We'll release the list of possible foils when we get closer to the March 13 release.)

    Here's some of the magic that makes Mystery Booster so unique. Each of the 14 boosters slots from the main set of 1,694 cards has its own sheet of 121 possible cards. That means you could do an entire draft and not see the same card twice! Gavin Verhey will have an article later this week that will have more information on each of the 14 slots and which cards from the massive list below are found in which slot in the main set, so look for that.

    Cards in Mystery Booster will have the original set symbols and numbering of one of their printings. The only difference? A little Planeswalker symbol in the lower left corner. 

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