Cheapest MTG Collector Booster Boxes Right Now

Genoslugcs March 10, 2023 6 min
Cheapest MTG Collector Booster Boxes Right Now

Collector Boosters started with Ravnica Allegiance back in January 2019 and have become a regular part of set product lineups. As the name implies, they are aimed at collectors and have more rares, foils, and extended art cards than other boosters. Unfortunately, containing the flashiest versions of the most sought-after cards in the given set usually causes the price to be quite high. For example, collector boosters for the new Commander Masters set are currently at $300-$400.

However, not every collector booster out there has to break the bank. And while some sets have more to offer than others, many of these cheap options I'm going to cover today have some amazing cards that it's possible to pull. So, without further ado, let's jump into the five cheapest collector boosters you can buy right now, how much they cost, and what cards they contain.

Adventures In The Forgotten Realms - $122

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AFR was released in July of 2021 and is an MTG/DnD mashup set, featuring cards, mechanics, characters, and themes from Dungeons and Dragons on Magic cards. Some examples include cards that tell players/creatures to "venture into the dungeon" and others that have players roll a D20.

Price Per Box: $122

Average Price Per Pack: $10

Valuable Pulls From The Set

Old Gnawlbone (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $34.67

Foil: $50.92

Old Gnawbone Borderless

Old Gnawbone

Non-Foil: $20.80

Foil: $29.36

Old Gnawbone

Tiamat (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $20.80

Foil: $29.45

Tiamat (Borderless)

Acererak the Archlich (Extended Art)

Non-Foil: $9.37

Foil: $14.85

Acererak the Archlich (Extended Art)

Teleportation Circle (Extended Art)

Non-Foil: $8.51

Foil: $8.86

Teleportation Circle (Extended Art)

There is also a number of lower-value cards that see play in various formats. Such as:

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Innistrad: Midnight Hunt - $133

innistrad midnight hunt logo

This set came out on September 24, 2021, and was paired with Innistrad: Crimson Vow which was released two months later. The set revolves around the seemingly endless night that encompasses the plane of Innistrad and the creatures (Werewolves, Spirits, Warlocks, Zombies, and Vampires) that dwell within it.

Price Per Box: $133

Average Price Per Pack: $11

Valuable Pulls From The Set

What are some of the best/most valuable cards in the set? Well, I'm glad you asked. Let's kick the list off with a card powerful enough to get itself banned from Standard play.

The Meathook Massacre (Extended Art)

Non-Foil: $53.35

Foil: $80.48

the meathook massacre

The Meathook Massacre

Non-Foil: $41.14

Foil: $45.76

The Meathook Massacre

Adeline, Resplendent Cathar

Non-Foil: $12.59

Foil: $13.56


Haunted Ridge

Non-Foil: $11.18

Foil: $11.72

haunted ridge

Arlinn, the Pack's Hope (Showcase)

Non-Foil: $11.13

Foil: $20.14

Arlinn, the Pack's Hopearlinn the moons fury

Here are some cheaper cards that also see play:

Streets of New Capenna - $143

streets of new capenna art/logo

Releasing last year on April 29th, New Capenna put players in the allegiance of one of five demon-led crime families in a power struggle over the streets of New Capenna - There is the brute force Riveeters family, the fun-loving "anything goes" hedonists of the Cabaretti, the ancient sect of vampires known as the Maestros, the shady legal accountants of the Brokers family, and the information gathering, blackmailing Obscura.

Price Per Box: $143

Average Price Per Pack: $11.90

Valuable Pulls From The Set

New Capenna has a ton of valuable cards. First, there are the Gilded Foil versions of each family boss (which happen to all be playable as commanders) and the triome land cycle for each family color combination.

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Raffine, Scheming Seer (Gilded Foil)

Price: $34.37

Raffine, Scheming Seer

Jetmir, Nexus of Revels (Gilded Foil)

Price: $33.27

Jetmir, Nexus of Revels

Ziatora, the Incinerator (Gilded Foil)

Price: $25.50

Ziatora, the Incinerator

Lord Xander, the Collector (Gilded Foil)

Price: $20.96

Lord Xander, the Collector

Ledger Shredder (Extended Art)

Rel: $20.72

Foil: $33.11

Ledger Shredder

Raffine's Tower (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $20.08

Foil: $42.80

Raffine's Tower (Borderless)

Jetmir's Garden (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $15.17

Foil: $30.68

Jetmir's Garden


Some other cards from New Capenna that you want to look out for are:


Innistrad: Crimson Vow - $150

innistrad crimson vow art

Releasing right after the set mentioned above (on November 19, 2021) Crimson Vow picks up where Midnight Hunt left off and takes you to a lavish Vampire wedding where you'll play through bloodthirsty, power-hungry, aristocrats & socialites as they vie for power under the guise of matrimony.

Price Per Box: $150

Average Price Per Pack: $12.50

Valuable Pulls From The Set

Sorin the Mirthless (Showcase)

Non-Foil: $19.08

Foil: $54.73

Sorin the Mirthless showcase

Cultivator Colossus (Extended Art)

Non-Foil: $19.01

Foil: $25.84

Cultivator Colossus

Toxrill, the Corrosive

Non-Foil $18.42

Foil: $20.23

Toxrill, the Corrosive

Toxrill, the Corrosive (Showcase)

Non-Foil: $14.96

Foil: $19.51

Toxrill, the Corrosive showcase

Cultivator Colossus

Non-Foil: $14.93

Foil: $19.94

Cultivator Colossus

Some other popular/sought-after cards from Crimson Vow are:

Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's Gate - $153

Commander Legends Battle for Baldur's Gate art

Hitting shelves in June of last year, Commander Legends: Battle for Baldur's Gate brought all the epic elements of Dungeons & Dragons with the format of commander. Designed as a draftable set for the format, each pack is full of powerful legendary creatures/spells with themes, mechanics, and characters from the Baldur's Gate DnD world.

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Price Per Box: $122

Average Price Per Pack: $12.75

Valuable Pulls From The Set

This Commander Legends set has some very high-dollar foils, many of which are powerful dragons. There are also some cards printed here that have gone on to be Commander staples. If you like Commander, Dragons, foil cards, or any combination of the three, this is the set for you.

Ancient Copper Dragon (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $67.25

Foil: $132

Ancient Copper Dragon

Black Market Connections (Extended Art)

Non-Foil: $31.35

Black Market Connections

Ancient Silver Dragon (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $29.75

Foil: $50.43

Ancient Silver Dragon (Borderless)

Ancient Brass Dragon (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $20.62

Foil: $41.85

Ancient Brass Dragon (Borderless)

Jeska's Will

Non-Foil: $18.89

Jeska's Will

Minsc & Boo, Timeless Heroes (Borderless)

Non-Foil: $16.68

Foil: $41.67

And again, here's a list of other popular cards from the set that you may want to be aware of:


There you have it folks, the five cheapest Collector Boosters you can buy right now. So, if you're looking to crack some exciting packs at a decent price, consider these options. If you do, good luck and happy cracking. Feel free to comment down below and let me know what cards you pull.


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