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It’s not often we see sales on single Magic cards. Because of this, Bonus Bucks Sales are one of the best opportunities to buy them. If you don’t know what to buy, don’t worry! Here are some of the most exciting cards to buy on the market right now.
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Abundance is an old card, about 23 years old in fact. But for the entirety of its existence, the card has pretty much been a bulk rare. That changed this week.
In the midst of Innistrad: Crimson Vow spoilers, we got our first look at Cultivator Colossus. It didn’t take players long to figure out the synergy between Colossus and Abundance, as together, they allow you to put every land in your deck directly onto the battlefield. I wrote an entire article this week that breaks down the combo, including some of the best decks that can utilize it.
I’d firstly dig through your bulk rares to see if you have any copies of Abundance hidden away. If you don’t, you may want to consider picking up Abundance now because they are selling fast.
The Meathook Massacre
You may remember The Meathook Massacre getting a lot of attention several weeks ago when it shot up to $40.00. But the hype for the Legendary Enchantment is beginning to settle down.
Now, The Meathook Massacre is available for as low as $30.00. I know that is still expensive, but this card will be a staple of many EDH decks, particularly aristocrat-style decks like Teysa Karlov. If you thought you missed out when Meathook Massacre originally spiked, now may be a good time to pick one up while it’s on sale.
Eidolon of the Great Revel
Eidolon of the Great Revel really could have used a reprint in the Mono Red Burn Pioneer Challenger Deck that came out this year. Because it didn’t get reprinted, it has started trending upwards in price as I mentioned in last week’s MTG Marketplace: Biggest Winners, Losers and Trends.
Until Eidolon gets reprinted, it could continue rising in price. This is a staple of burn strategies in both Pioneer and Modern. So, if you want to upgrade your Pioneer Challenger Deck, or try out Burn in Modern, I’d consider picking up your Eidolon’s now.
Hottest MH2 Singles Today
Fury is used in so many Modern decks, including one of the top 5 decks in the metagame right now, Crashcade. I wrote extensively about Fury and all the decks that play it in my article this week, You’ll Be Furious If This MTG Card Spikes Any Further in Price.
While it was once widely regarded as the worst Elemental Incarnation out of MH2, Fury is now proving its power. That’s why I think it will end up being about $25.00 once MH2 goes out of print. I’d recommend picking up your copies soon.
There were cries to ban Urza’s Saga in the early days of Modern Horizons 2. It’s simply one of the best land cards ever printed and it immediately made a mark on the Modern format, cementing Urza’s Saga as a $20.00+ card.
That may seem expensive, but I actually think $20.00 is an amazing price for Urza’s Saga. The reason I say this is because of the inevitable demand for this card outside of Modern. I’m talking about EDH.
The reason so many Commander decks will want access to Urza’s Saga is because it can search out some of the most powerful cards in the format like Sol Ring and Mana Crypt.
Because of its prevalence in Modern and its potential in Commander, I’d definitely pick up copies of Urza’s Saga today while they’re on sale.
Reanimating with Grief & Archon of Cruelty
Grief was one of the most hyped cards out of Modern Horizons 2. In fact, people thought that Grief combined with Ephemerate would break the Modern metagame. While certainly synergistic, this two-card combo quickly fell flat after MH2 officially dropped.
But Grief/Ephemerate is making a comeback. Although, they aren’t appearing in the same Orzhav decklists from before. Now, they’re a part of a new Esper Reanimator strategy, featuring Archon of Cruelty in combination with Persist and Unmarked Grave.
There was a swell of demand for Solitude a couple of weeks ago. Its price spiked so much that it was on a trajectory to overtake Ragavan, Nimble Pilferer and become the most expensive card in MH2.
Alas, some of the hype for Solitude has died down, with copies available for as low as $40.00-$45.00 at the time of this article. Solitude will continue to be an absolute staple of many Modern decks, so I’d definitely consider picking them up now while they are on sale.