23, Mar, 21

Magic: The Gathering Online All-Access Event Will Give You All The Cards

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From March 31 to April 14, 2021, players can get access to almost every card ever released on Magic: The Gathering Online (MTGO). All you have to do is buy a special Mythic Event token from the MTGO store. This token will cost $25 and will let you use these cards to build decks and enter casual and competitive Constructed events for the duration of the promotion.

This announcement is one of many out of MTGO‘s latest update blog. The team behind Magic‘s older digital platform also revealed that this Magic: The Gathering Online All-Access event drops alongside a period of daily Super Qualifier events from April 3 to April 9.

Super Qualifiers are large MTGO events that award two qualifications to the next Set Championship alongside a large amount of Play Points and Treasure Chests. Below you can find the schedule and formats for this weeklong Super Q extravaganza. All times are in Pacific time.

Magic: The Gathering Online All-Access Event Schedule

You can also use two Mythic Event Tokens to enter a Super Qualifier. This means that for $50, not only do you get to build whatever deck your heart desires, but you can also qualify for the Strixhaven Championship and win a load prizes to boot. If you already play MTGO and have a bankroll built up, you can also enter these events with 40 Event Tickets, 400 Play Points, or 40 Magic Online Qualifier Points. To find out more about MTGO‘s Super Qualifiers and other events, check out their Premier Play factsheet.

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It’s worth noting that even if you use your Mythic Event Tokens to enter a Super Qualifier, you won’t lose your all-access pass. This is not the first time we’ve seen this Magic: The Gathering Online All-Access event, and judging by how past events have been received by the community, this will be a great way for Arena players to dip their toes into MTGO and experience some of Magic‘s older formats.

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