So, you’ve made the jump into MTG Arena? This means you’re probably already looking at your card collection and lamenting it. If only there were some MTG Arena codes to help you start your collection of cards and cosmetics off.
Well, the good news is that there are plenty of MTG Arena codes, and all you need to do is keep track of them and enter them to help you try and keep MTG Arena free, or at least spend as little money as possible.
In order to help you get started with this, we’ve compiled a list of the MTG Arena codes you can use to unlock new packs, some cosmetics, and a few other bits and bobs.
Here is everything you need to know about MTG Arena codes, and what the MTG Arena codes are, and where you should enter the codes in MTG Arena.
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Where do you enter codes in MTG Arena?
The first thing you need to know is how to actually redeem these things. After all, knowledge is only good if you actually learn how to apply it, so you’re going to need to know where to enter codes in MTG Arena.
So, head on over to the Store page, and then just click on Redeem Code and enter one of the codes below.
Some of the codes are touchy about capitalization, others aren’t but if you enter them as below you should be good to go. We messed around a lot as we went through, and they all seemed to work no matter how much we changed the lEttEring.
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MTG Arena Codes
First up, we have the codes that’ll get you packs:
- PlayTheros: Three packs of Theros Beyond Death
- PlayIkoria: Three packs of Ikoria Lair of Behemoths
- PlayM21: Three packs of Core Set 2021
- PlayZendikar: Three packs of Zendikar Rising
- TryKaladesh: One pack of Kaladesh Remastered
- PlayKaldheim: Three packs of Kaldheim
- PlayStrixhaven: Three packs of Strixhaven
- PlayDND: Three packs of Forgotten Realms
- PlayMID: Three packs of Innistrad: Midnight Hunt
- PlayVOW: Three packs of Innistrad: Crimson Vow
Next, we have the codes that’ll net you some cosmetics.
- ParallaxPotion: Revitalize card and card style
- SuperScry: Opt card and card style
- FoilFungus: Deathbloom Thallid card and card style
- ShinyGoblinPirate: Fanatical Firebrand card and card style
- SparkleDruid: Druid of the Cowl card and card style
- OverTheMoon: Arlinn, Voice of the Pack card style
- InnerDemon: Ob Nixilis, the Hate-Twisted card style
- ShieldsUp: Teyo, the Shieldmage card style
- WrittenInStone: Nahiri, Storm of Stone card style
- EnlightenMe: Narset, Parter of Veils card style
- FNMAtHome: Two random cosmetics
- ZendikarLands: Three random full-art basic lands from Zendikar Rising
- RockJocks: Lorehold College card sleeve
- DebateDuelists: Silverquill College card sleeve
- MathWhizzes: Quandrix College card sleeve
- SwampPunks: Witherbloom College card sleeve
- ArtClub: Prismari College card sleeve
On top of those, you can also find codes within pre-made decks you can buy as well as pre-release packs. The former will gift you a copy of that deck, and the latter varies from pre-release to pre-release.
Wizards of the Coast like to offer free codes with every Standard set release, so keep an eye out when a new set drops as that means more free stuff!
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