Strixhaven: School of Mages Redeemable Set08 Sep
Foil Strixhaven: School of Mages Redeemable Set08 Sep
Kaldheim Redeemable Set23 Jun
Foil Kaldheim Redeemable Set23 Jun
If you won a set in a Magic Online event or got one from a treasure chest, congratulations! You'll have to open the sealed set to sell the cards to our bots. The amount of tickets that you will get for the set is listed in the buy column above. You also have to open the set if you want to redeem it.
You can buy redeemable sets from GoatBotsFullSets and GoatBotsFullSets2 using Event Tickets or credits. The approximate USD price you pay using credits is shown in the list above. To quickly add a set to the trade in Magic Online, follow the steps below:
- Select List View in the Display pulldown (do not use Card View!)
- Filter the set that you want to buy in the Set menu on the left
- Use the Versions pulldown to select Foils or Non-Foils
- Click on a card in the list, press CTRL+A to select all cards and drag the selected cards to the trade.
If you own a Magic related business and are interested in buying sets on a regular basis, please contact us.
A unique feature of Magic Online is the redemption process. Redemption allows you to exchange a full set of digital cards for physical cards. When you have redeemable sets on your account you will have to purchase the matching Redemption Requests in the Magic Online store. For every purchased Redemption Request a set will be removed from your account the next Tuesday morning around 2 am Pacific Time. Wizards of the Coast will then ship the physical cards to you within the next 10 days.
The cost of a Redemption Request is $25 per set. Additionally, there is a shipping fee of $2.99 within the United States or $29.99 internationally, which is the same regardless of the amount of sets. If you are located outside of the United States, keep in mind that the sets are declared at a value of $75 for customs over which you may have to pay VAT. If you are located within the European Union, please note that there is currently an extra 10% tariff on playing cards that are imported from the United States.
For more information about the redemption process and a list of the sets that are currently redeemable, visit the website of Wizards of the Coast.