Standard 9x Monthly Mystery Packs

Sale price$33.00


*Low Risk Product - Low Risk Items have internal minimum value guarantees and will rarely vary too low, or too high*

Minimum value: $36

The standard version of this product means we'll be picking from sets currently in rotation with the chance for you to get the collector version of the sets. 

Here is our current list of potential sets for standard packs:

  • Kaldheim
  • Streets of New Capenna 
  • Adventures in the Forgotten Realms 
  • Innistrad Crimson Vow
  • Innistrad Midnight Hunt
1 of every 10 boxes will have a pack replaced with a collector's edition pack!

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 26 reviews
    michael laclaire
    Good product

    Good product. Would like to see more set boosters, but at the price point for the product I can't complain

    Every Mystery Pack has been a great deal so far!

    I have been getting the 9X Monthly Mystery Packs for a few months now, and I have never been let down. Sometimes they are extra spicy, which is great, but even without the extra spice they are a great deal.

    Jordan Sletten
    As Described

    As the title and description describes, this product is exactly that. 9 packs of standard play cards. So for you that like to open packs to build decks for standard play or just get cards in standard rotation this could be a product for you. As far as I’m aware, the packs you get are random, that being said, I got 2 Hunt, 2 Crimson, 3 Forgotten Realms, and 2 Kaldheim. So, a nice spread. Price wise I would definitely say it has decent value. Price plus shipping comes out to be just under buying all 9 packs separate, at least in my area and stores.


    Bought this for a mystery draft. It worked out great! Got some nice pulls as well.

    Mathew Bricker
    Perfect for the average MTG customer

    Perfect for those that want a steady bit of variety of the more recent sets. Now you won't get premium packs but heck just having 9 packs to open is nice especially when they aren't just the same singular set.