Like every “Magic: The Gathering” set released by Wizards of the Coast, “Gatecrash” features several cards that are worth significantly more than the price of a booster pack. Knowing the value of your cards is essential during trading, otherwise you might easily be ripped off. Here are the top ten “Gatecrash” money cards.
Top ten most expensive rares in “Gatecrash”
- Gideon, Champion of Justice
- Aurelia’s Fury
- Domri Rade
- Boros Reckoner
- Obzedat, Ghost Council
- Duskmantle Seer
- Aurelia, the Warleader
- Prime Speaker Zegana
- Breeding Pool/Godless Shrine/Sacred Foundry/Stomping Ground/Watery Grave
- Lazav, Dimir Mastermind
- Frontline Medic
- High Priest of Penance
- Clan Defiance
- Thespian’s Stage
- Firemane Avenger
- Blind Obedience
Be on the lookout for these hot chase rares in your “Gatecrash” sealed deck and draft pools at your local game store or on “Magic Online.” These “Gatecrash” money cards can be used to fund future events or trade for an overwhelming amount of lesser priced “Magic: The Gathering” cards.
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As a general rule, “Magic: The Gathering” cards are worth their most during a set release until tournament results begin to affect prices. The vast majority of new “Magic” cards will decrease in value the longer a set has been in circulation as more players acquire the cards. Only a few cards will raise in value – those which prove themselves to be format defining.
Because the value of “Magic: The Gathering” cards can fluctuate rapidly, always look up the prices of all cards in a trade using the same website for both players. An internet connected mobile phone can help save you hundreds of dollars when making “Magic: The Gathering” trades.
We’ll update this list periodically to reflect current prices of the cards.
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