27, Nov, 21

Time is Running Out! TCGPlayer's Black Friday 15% Bonus Bucks Sale - Ends Soon

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It's Black Friday and TCGPlayer is offering 15% store credit back on all purchases! Here are the hottest cards you can buy during the sale.
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There are only a few hours left! This Black Friday, you can get 15% Bonus Bucks back on EVERYTHING you purchase on TCGPlayer. The promotion lasts for a limited time, spanning from 8 am to 11 pm Eastern Time.

These TCGPlayer promotions are some of the best opportunities to buy Magic cards, and tons of players will rush to take advantage of the sale. Cards sell fast during these Bonus Bucks Sales! So you’ll have to act quickly.

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.

Get Your New Crimson Vow Cards

Innistrad: Crimson Vow introduced a ton of unique cards used across Magic formats. We’ll take a look at some of the hottest cards right now, but if you want a comprehensive buyer’s guide to everything Crimson Vow, you should check out the following articles:

Hullbreaker Horror

Hullbreaker Horror is perhaps the single most powerful card in Innistrad: Crimson Vow. It’s making waves in Standard at the moment. And it will pose as a crazy threat in Commander.

If you can flash Hullbreaker into play at the end of your opponent’s turn and untap your mana, you’ll be in a strong position to win the game.

Using Hullbreaker’s Unsubstantiate-like effect, you can start casting spells to bounce all of your opponent’s permanents back to their hands. Or you can assume the controlling role, and bounce opposing spells off the stack so that they never resolve. And if there’s ever a chance your Hullbreaker will be destroyed, you can cast an instant spell and return Hullbreaker itself back to your hand to replay on a future turn.

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Cultivator Colossus

It’s pretty well known at this point that Cultivator Colossus is an absolute beast in Commander, as it combos with Abundance to put every land in your deck into play.

But did you know that Cultivator Colossus is breaking into Modern too? That’s right! Amulet Titan decks are starting to adopt the Plant Beast.

Cultivator Colossus looks like it could be a multiformat all-star. So you may want to pick up your copies soon.

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There are a bunch of infinite combos this unlocks in Commander. For example, with Necroduality, Gravecrawler, and a Phyrexian Altar on the battlefield, you can make infinite mana of every color.

You can also use Necroduality to make an infinitely large horde of zombies with the help of Rooftop Storm and Sedraxis Alchemist. Here’s how the combo works:

  1. Cast Sedraxis Alchemist for free using Rooftop Storm
  2. Alchemist enters the battlefield, triggering Necroduality to make a copy of Sedraxis Alchemist
  3. Use the first Sedraxis Alchemist ability to return itself to your hand, and you can use the copy’s ability to bounce any nonland permant of your choosing
  4. Recast Sedraxis Alchemist, repeating Steps 1-3 to make infinite 2/2 zombies

There are a ton of ways to abuse Necroduality’s doubling effect in Commander. This makes it the perfect upgrade to the new Undead Unleashed preconstructed Commander deck featuring Wilhelt, the Rotcleaver, as well as any other zombie Commander deck like The Scarab God.

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Vampiric Bloodline & Spirit Squadron

This sale is not relegated to just single cards. It applies to ALL products. So if you haven’t picked up your Spirit Squadron or Vampiric Bloodline Commander decks, now is the best time to do so.

TCGPlayer already has great prices on both decks. Spirit Squadron is being sold for as little as $29.00-$31.00, and Vampiric Bloodline for $37.00-$39.00. And now you can get 15% back in store credit to put towards upgrading the decks.

If you already bought your Crimson Vow Commander decks, then you should consider upgrading them! Here are guides on upgrading both decks:

Edgar Markov

Wizards of the Coast

Crimson Vow introduced a ton of new vampires to Magic: the Gathering, including Dracula skinned interpretations of MTG cards.

With all the new support, several older vampire cards spiked in price including the OG vampire of Innistrad, Edgar Markov who is now $100.00+!

Edgar Markov is the go-to vampire commander. If you missed out on buying him before the price spike, at least now you can buy him while he’s on sale!

For other Commander vampire cards with the potential to go up in price, like Edgar Markov did, check out my article, These MTG Vampire Cards Could Drain Our Wallets Dry.

Esper Sentinel

Esper Sentinel is steadily climbing up in price. It dropped as low as $12.00 when Modern Horizons 2 was released, but today Sentinel is selling for around $17.00.

The reason it’s becoming more expensive is because of the card’s growing presence in both Modern and Commander.

In Modern, Esper Sentinel is a huge roll player in one of the best decks in the format, Hammer Time. But it also sees play in various other decks like Death & Taxes, Boros Midrange, Humans, Affinity, and new Oswald Fiddlebender brews.

In Commander, Esper Sentinel is like a white Mystic Remora. It’s a great way of drawing multiple cards for any white deck, a color which typically lacks in the card drawing department.

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Malevolent Hermit

This may seem like an odd recommendation. But Malevolent Hermit is seeing play beyond just Standard sideboards. It’s actually becoming a staple of cEDH, the most competitive form of the Commander format.

Benevolent Geist can be played from the graveyard and is a great way of ensuring your combos resolve in Commander. If you want to check out all of the cEDH decks that are starting to include Malevolent Hermit, I encourage you to check out my article, Get This Sleeper cEDH Powerhouse From Midnight Hunt While It’s Still Cheap.

But be forewarned, Hermit has started trending up in price since I wrote that article last week, so you may want to buy your copies soon.

Wrenn and Seven

Wrenn and Seven was $35.00 not too long ago. But it has substantially dropped in price since then, now available for as low as $15.00. Get an extra 15% Bonus Bucks back on top of that, and you’ve got yourself a bargain!

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