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Magic: the Gathering Holiday Gift Box 2013 Arriving Tomorrow

Holiday Gift Box 2013 MtG

Tomorrow, November 15th, 2013 marks the release of the Magic: the Gathering Holiday Gift Box 2013. Players will finally see the product on store shelves, and it comes just in time to start your holiday shopping. It will be marked with Theros, showing the latest released set for the game.

Inside the Holiday Gift Box you’ll get a bunch of goodies, including a premium Karametra’s Acolyte:

Karametras Acolyte MtG

For a breakdown of exactly what’s inside, here’s the list:

  • Four Theros booster packs
  • Beautiful storage box that can hold more than 2,000 Magic cards
  • Twenty Theros basic lands
  • Six illustrated plastic dividers
  • Sticker sheet for customizing the dividers
  • An alternate-art Karametra’s Acolyte from the Theros set

The Holiday Gift Box usually retails for around $23, which isn’t too bad considering all you get. The box makes a great way to store your Cube, and with all the dividers you get you can take along your EDH decks for playing on the go. If you’ve got a friend who is into Magic: the Gathering, this wouldn’t be a bad idea of what to pick them up for Christmas, which is coming up soon!



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