MtgFanatic: Tips to buying cheap Magic: The Gathering cards

As we all are probably aware of, shopping for Magic: The Gathering cards can be expensive, but the price of being the greatest among your friends is far greater. Your wallet, however, says otherwise. If you just know that this deck is just the one, and if you had it you would be unstoppable, you must absolutely buy it. Problem is, your birthday was last month and the holiday season wouldn’t be around for another six. Fortunately, the website is a great place to go to get discount Magic: The Gathering cards.


For starters, the website has the opportunity to sell cards back. If you have a bunch of rare cards you don’t care about anymore, you can pack those up with a bunch of other cards you don’t want anymore and sell them. If you have enough cards to sell, then you might be able to score a free deck with the store credit you would accumulate.


Say that you are still in the red budget-wise, and you’re all out of cards to sell, you have the opportunity to buy played cards. While some of you might be raising eyebrows about the quality of the played cards, I can assure you as a customer of mtgfanatic, that the cards are barely different from their mint-condition counterparts. Although being barely different in quality, they range up to 25% cheaper than the new cards. I jumped on this opportunity to slash 15 dollars off of a $55.00 deck.


Say that even after all that, you still need money? Well, the website offers a lot of opportunities to get cash into your account, like giving a code to a friend to earn a 10% kickback off of a purchase. My friends bought their decks off of the site, and rewarded me 10% off of each of their purchases, and earned discounts themselves. There are other ways to earn rewards such as writing blogs, or participating in website contests.


Overall, my experience at was a very good one, and I recommend that those of you who want to save quite a lot of money on cards go to this website and purchase them. Thank you! Enjoy!


This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s