Death Becomes Her bundle

Death Becomes Her Bundle Guide – Details and Analysis

Death Becomes Her Marvel Snap Bundle details, guide, and analysis. Is it worth purchasing and what does it contain?

Death Becomes Her is a Bundle as part of the Big in Japan Season in Marvel Snap, available starting from August 21, 2023. Find out all the details you need to know, and plan ahead. You can also view all upcoming August 2023 (Big in Japan) Bundles information in our guide below:

Death Becomes Her Bundle Details



The Death Becomes Her bundle is probably the best August bundle of those sold for real money. Yes, technically the Pro Bundle Mk. II has more progress value and card difference value, but the Death Becomes Her bundle offers some cosmetics, including a unique cardback, which may be important to many players.

Speaking of numbers, the Death Becomes Her bundle has extremely high values: a Progress Value of 1.8, 1.05 Tokens per Gold (in equivalent) or 73.75 Tokens per Dollar, and a very good Card Difference Value at 0.51 extra cards compared to buying Token Tuesdays. This bundle is a must buy for anyone who wants to spend that much money, mostly because there are no other great deals coming up anytime soon.

Also note that while the value calculation assumes you’ll spend 2,000 gold on Token Tuesdays, you can spend it anywhere from variants to other good bundles. So in theory the value could be even higher because of this.

Let’s now see how you could use the new variant for Death if you bought the bundle. Death is a Series 3 card, so new players will be able to use her right away when they buy the bundle, even without the base card. Death is a very important card in the Destroy archetype, so it can be a very good addition to such a deck for a new player who hasn’t had enough time to get the base version of Death yet.

As for high collection levels, Death is also a very strong and popular card even outside of the Destroy archetype (e.g. she can be found in Lockjaw decks when destroy is popular, or in Hela Discard). But of course, Death feels best in destroy decks.

Deadpool Destroy
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5x Collection Level 18-214 (Pool 1)
3x Collection Level 222-474 (Pool 2)
3x Collection Level 486+ (Pool 3)
1x Series 4 Rare – Collection Level 486+ (Pool 4)

If spending $75 on a Marvel Snap bundle isn’t a problem for you, this is a great bundle to buy and up until early October there are no better bundles planned than this one. Those who don’t want to spend that much money on a bundle in one go should take a closer look at Season Passes first, as well as cheaper bundles. Still, because of the incredible value compared to how much Second Dinner usually asks for resources and cosmetics, we give the Death Becomes Her bundle a 5 out of 5.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

As usual, keep in mind the following points before purchasing Bundles:

  • Date: Bundle start and end dates are at the daily reset time, which is 3 AM GMT.
    • Bundles are grouped according to the season.
  • Cost: Cost for $ is in US Dollars and will be converted to your local currency in-game.
    • You may be able to purchase cash items cheaper using the official publisher Nuverse web shop with a different currency.
  • Credits: The maximum Credit storage limit is 10,000. With a bundle purchase, you may go over the limit but not be able to collect anymore from other sources.
  • Collector’s Tokens: Players need to be at least Collection Level 500 before being able to see bundles that offer Collector’s Tokens offered in the Shop.
  • Mystery Variant: Is chosen randomly from a Base Card you already own, from the released 700 Gold Rare variant pool.
  • Variants: You can use any new bundle-specific variants acquired even if you don’t yet own the Base Card.
    • Bundle-specific variants are exclusive and are likely will not be offered through other sources, unless it is from a Season Pass from the Beta.
  • Value: Compare Bundle values using our comparison chart guide.


Will you be purchasing this Marvel Snap Bundle? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Kirallas is a huge fan of card games. He used to play Hearthstone and Gwent all the time since day one of their beta.
Now he is in love with Marvel Snap and writes articles about game design, mechanics, and in-game economy of Marvel Snap. Since May 2023, he has been a member of the official Marvel Snap Creator Program.

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    • Agree. The value calculations seem to be based on the price of gold/credits in the shop, which are already highly inflated, in my honest opinion. If a bundle offers a discount on a highly inflated price, it’s not really a bargain, is it? If you instead consider how many new Series 5 cards you get for your $75, things become a bit more clear – it’s just over 1 (2/3 from tokens, 1/3 of a Spotlight from the credits, plus gold).

  1. “the best August bundle of those sold for real money” Are you mad? It’s AU$120. I can buy Baldur’s Gate 3 for AU$90.

    Just let that sink in for a minute.

    I can buy Baldur’s Gate 3, one of the most critically-acclaimed video games of all time, for $30 less than what Second Dinner are asking for a cosmetic bundle in their game.

    This is utter insanity.

  2. It makes sense that this can be rated five stars purely within the game’s own economy, but in real life this is not a good way to spend €80 unless you’ve got a very good income (or an average income and nothing much else to spend it on).

  3. Advertising this as 5* is actually shameless shilling for SD. You need to do better than just calculating currencies in the game. This costs as much as good pice of gaming hardware, or more than a full game on a release and for what!?

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