Watch: Why Magic: The Gathering Mystery Cube and Boxes are Garbage

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By Jake Vyper | More Articles MTG Writer/Streamer
March 11, 2019  06:07 PM

Walmart and other retail stores have been selling the Magic: The Gathering Mystery Cubes and Mystery Boxes that contain a few booster packs, a premium foil card, and a random deck for about $25 to $30 but are they really worth it? 

According to The Professor of Tolarian Community College, these Magic products are "garbage" and totally not worth your money. The Professor claims that these "repackaged garbage" products are sold with the intent of ripping consumers off. The video highlights that "mystery" equals "crap" when it comes to these Magic products, and most of the time, consumers would get half of a dual deck or an old intro deck instead of a repackaged Commander deck. 

I considered buying a Mystery Box at Walmart before but thanks to the Professor, I won't even consider picking it up because it looks like a total ripoff. Thanks for the warning, Prof! 

Have you bought a Magic: The Gathering Mystery Box of Mystery Cube before? Did you get anything you liked? Share your thoughts in the comments section below. 

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