Ok unlike the prerelease packs I have had a couple of “fat packs” before. I think they have been rebranded as a bundle now! But still I really like buying MtG boosters this way.
So what comes in these “fat packs”? Here is a photo of the back of the box telling you exactly what you get for your money.
Like most Magic players I’m a big fan of the full art basic lands. They are gorgeous. These “fat packs” are a great way to get a load of them for the current set. In this sets “fat pack” WotC promise on the box that you get at least 25 in this bundle. I counted 26 in mine.
I like the double sided tokens. Which effectively doubles the amount in the box to use.
So what did I pull in my 10 booster packs?
- 4 full art lands
- 4 foils
- 1 Legendary creature
I was also really happy getting Mirage Mirror and Overwhelming Splendor. Both great cards I’d love to play in a deck.
I’m a fan of the card boxes. The cardboard is nice thick sturdy card that has stunning art.
How does the “fat pack” workout value wise? Well depending on the cost of a single booster being £3 to £3.50. Then the 10 boosters alone are between £30 to £35. The spindown die is approximately £2. It then depends on the value you attach to the 80 land cards (I got 26 full art ones), 25 double sided tokens, and card box. The players guide is nice but would you pay for it separately? I’m not sure you would. I would argue that paying £30 for this you are getting great value for your money. Especially if you are a noob or casual player (like me). If you were planning on buying 10 boosters then you would be silly not to buy this bundle. My local FLGS sells 3 boosters for a tenner if I remember correctly. Which makes this bundle even better value as you are getting an extra booster pack for the same money, plus all the other stuff.