Marvel Snap June 2023 Bundles Guide – Value and Comparison Chart
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After very disappointing May bundles, there will be very little improvement in June. Let’s take a look at what to expect and analyze which bundles are worth buying. Keep in mind that contents, costs, and dates are yet to be confirmed and are not final until announced or released.
June 2023 Bundle List
The above chart compares the upcoming Bundles in June 2023. More information can be found on their individual pages:
|Bundle||Start Date||End Date||Cost||Collector’s Tokens||Credits||Gold||Boosters||Cosmetics|
|Marvel’s Voices: Pride||Jun 1||Jun 9||$4.99||• 155 America Chavez|
• 155 Iceman
|• Variant: America Chavez 07|
• Avatar: America Chavez 07
• Variant: Iceman 07
• Avatar: Iceman 07
|Booster Pack 1||Jun 3||Jun 4||300 Gold||250||65 for 5 cards|
|Ooga Chaka Ooga Ooga||Jun 4||Jun 6||2,000 Gold||500||1,500||Mystery Variant|
|Token Tuesday 1||Jun 6||Jun 7||650 Gold||600||35|
|Itsy Bitsy Spider||Jun 7||Jun 13||2,500 Gold||3,000||155 Miles Morales||• Variant: Miles Morales Baby|
• Avatar: Miles Morales Baby
• Title: I Kid, Arachnid
• Card Back: Miles Morales
|Hard Eight||Jun 9||Jun 15||$19.99||500||1,000||1,500||• 155 Doctor Octopus|
• 155 Black Cat
|• Variant: Doctor Octopus Noir|
• Avatar: Doctor Octopus Noir
• Variant: Black Cat Noir
• Avatar: Black Cat Noir
|Booster Pack 2||Jun 10||Jun 11||300 Gold||250||65 for 5 cards|
|Mechurt Connors||Jun 13||Jun 20||4,500 Gold||5,500||465 Lizard||• Variant: Lizard Mech|
• Avatar: Lizard Mech
|Token Tuesday 2||Jun 13||Jun 14||450 Gold||400||15|
|Bring the Pain||Jun 15||Jun 22||$29.99||4,000||• 155 Scorpion|
• 155 Hobgoblin
|• Variant: Scorpion 3099|
• Avatar: Scorpion 3099
• Variant: Hobgoblin 3099
• Avatar: Hobgoblin 3099
|Booster Pack 3||Jun 17||Jun 18||300 Gold||250||65 for 5 cards|
|Not Quite A Bird||$29.99||1,000||310 Darkhawk||• Variant: Darkhawk Iban Coello|
• Avatar: Darkhawk Iban Coello
|I Dont Like Sandman||Jun 20||Jun 27||3,000 Gold||2,000||1,000||155 Sandman||• Variant: Sandman Sand Bae|
• Avatar: Sandman Sand Bae
• Title: Kind Of A Jerk
|Token Tuesday 3||Jun 20||Jun 21||850 Gold||800||65 for 5 cards|
|Festival of Flight||Jun 21||Jun 27||$4.99||500||500||155 Aero||• Variant: Aero Coax|
• Avatar: Aero Coax
|Artist Showcase: Fiona Hsieh||Jun 22||Jun 29||$19.99||2,000||• 155 Venom|
• 155 Carnage
|• Variant: Venom Fiona Hsieh|
• Avatar: Venom Fiona Hsieh
• Variant: Carnage Fiona Hsieh
• Avatar: Carnage Fiona Hsieh
|Booster Pack 4||Jun 24||Jun 25||300 Gold||250||65 for 5 cards|
|Spandexcellent||Jun 27||Jul 4||6,000 Gold||3,500||1,000||310 Spider-Man||• Variant: Spider-Man 05|
• Avatar: Spider-Man 05
• Title: Most Spandexcellent
|Token Tuesday 4||Jun 27||Jun 28||650 Gold||600||35|
|Atlantis Beach Club Rewind||Jun 29||Jul 3||$9.99||• 155 Wave|
• 155 Namor
• 155 Cosmo
|• Variant: Wave 02|
• Avatar: Wave 02
• Variant: Namor 02
• Avatar: Namor 02
• Variant: Cosmo Summer Vacartion
• Avatar: Cosmo Summer Vacartion
• Card Back: Atlantis
• Card Back: Trident of Namor
1. How the chart works
Here are the basic principles and rules that the chart follows:
- The price in dollars, next to the price in gold is calculated based on the conversion of 700 gold to 10 dollars. The reasons for this have been described earlier.
- The total number of Collector’s Tokens in the bundle is calculated by adding the Collector’s Tokens from the bundle to the tokens you get when you contribute all of the remaining currency to increase the Collection Level. The basic gold-to-credit conversion rate of 1.25 is taken as the basis.
- The number of Collector’s Tokens per 1 gold is calculated by dividing the total number of tokens by the bundle price in gold (for bundles sold for dollars the conversion ratio of $10 to 700 gold is used again).
- CL Progress value means how many times more profitable it is to get currencies used to increase the Collection Level (gold and credits) by buying a bundle, than to get the same resources through a standard currency conversion through the store.
- Сosmetic value means how many times more advantageous it is to buy cosmetics from a bundle (avatar, title, variant) by buying it than to buy similar items in the store. The price for avatars and titles is based on a price of 350 gold. The reasons for this are also described in the first guide about bundles. Card backs are also valued at 350 Gold. There is currently no way of objectively estimating how much a card back is worth. However, the price of 350 gold was based on the fact that both card backs and avatars and titles are barely visible during a match and they have no option of further customisation, like variants do. There was also an opinion poll on my twitter which showed that 61.6% of over 4,500 players think that card backs should be priced at 350 gold (or lower). Therefore, until there is a way to estimate the value of card backs more accurately, 350 Gold will be taken as the basis.
- The total value is calculated by adding the two above. So, for example, a value of 3.0 means that buying a bundle is three times more profitable than buying similar items in the in-game shop.
- As for the Token Tuesday bundles, the calculations were done on average, since their value is extremely similar. They were combined so they do not take up much space on the chart individually.
- Boosters are not included in the calculations because they have no real value due to how easy it is to get them later in the game.
- Since the total value is calculated early in the calculation and then rounded up, there may be CL Progress and cosmetic values in the table whose sum is not equal to the total value on the chart. In this case, the total value is more accurate than the simple sum of the other two from the chart.
The chart uses the following color coding:
- For the “Collector’s Tokens per one gold” row, a value less than or equal to 0.5 is considered bad (red highlight) since it’s quite close to the standard value of 0.3 and there are usually much better offers. A value in the range of 0.51 to 0.7 remains white and indicates a good value. This is the value of the best bundles that were in the in-game store before Token Tuesday bundles appeared in the game. The most profitable bundles are highlighted in green and have a value above 0.7. These are the bundles we advise players to buy if they want to get as many Collector’s Tokens as possible in the long run.
- In the Cosmetic Value and CL Progress Value rows we use red highlighting to display bundles with a value below 1, which means that it is more profitable to get the same resources through standard conversion methods. The base white color is for values between 1 and 2 and indicates the offers are slightly above average. A green highlight is used for values greater than 2; these are extremely profitable offers in their categories (cosmetics and collection level progress) and should be the target for the players who want to get the most out of it.
- In the “total value” row, red is used to indicate bundles with a value below 2, white for bundles with a value between 2 and 3, and green for values of 3 and above. This particular approach to total value is needed to correctly reflect the profitability of a bundle when adding up the other two values.
A previous article with a comparative analysis of the May 2023 bundles can be found here:
2. Best of the best
Let’s start this article with the good news. In June there will be a bundle for every type of player.
I Dont Like Sandman bundle is good for Gold hoarders. It costs a reasonable 3,000 Gold, which an average player can accumulate in less than a month. 0.75 Tokens per Gold is also a good deal, comparable to worthwhile bundles we saw before.
Yes, it’s inferior to Token Tuesday bundles, but it’s still a very good way to spend Gold, especially if there’s still some Gold left after buying Token Tuesday bundles. The CL progress value of this bundle for your collection is very good and equals 2.5. Some nice cosmetics only adds value to the bundle and raises the overall value of this bundle to 3.0.
Hard Eight bundle might be interesting for those who want to spend their money profitably. By the numbers it is probably the best all-round bundle of the month, offering a little bit of everything. It has a Tokens for Gold value of 0.86 (equivalent) and a total value of 4.4. Incidentally, it is the only bundle without any red marks in June.
Costs $5, cosmetics only, good value – it’s all about the Marvel Voice Pride bundle! This bundle has almost zero value for those who care about new cards, but because of the cheap cosmetics this bundle has 6.1 times more value than you get for the same money in the shop. Obviously, such a bundle is recommended for those who like these variants and don’t mind spending money.
The Festival of Flight bundle for just $5 offers a very good value of 0.79 Tokens per Gold (in equivalent) and a total value of 5.6. Also remember that the calculation assumes that you will spend all the Gold you get in the shop to buy credits and then get 0.3 tokens per gold. So by investing 500 Gold more wisely, for example to buy another bundle, the value of the bundle will be even higher. You will also get a variant and an avatar on Aero, which is very good for this cost. But here again it is worth noting that while this bundle is good, hiding the best bundles behind the paywall is a bad thing.
Finally, I’ll mention Token Tuesday bundles again. They’re profitable, they’re cheap, and they’re worth your Gold if you want to buy cards from Series 4 and Series 5 as quickly as possible. It’s simple, these bundles are some of the best, available every Tuesday, and you need a good reason to pass them up.
In April that reason might have been The Tokens bundle and you could have saved up some Gold and bought a bundle of similar value to Token Tuesday bundles, but with the cherry on top of the cake in the form of a variant. No such offers are expected in May and June. So Token Tuesday bundles are a great choice.
3. Not so good, but tempting
Bring the Pain bundle is an interesting one. For $30 you are offered to buy 4,000 Gold and some cosmetics. By the calculations this bundle is pretty average, but you should consider the following. The calculation assumes that the Gold received in the bundle is not used to buy other bundles. So if you can spend this 4,000 Gold well and buy some of the best June and July bundles with it, but then the Bring the pain bundle will also be worth more.
Of all the June bundles that will be sold for real money, this is the most expensive one, so you should seriously consider buying it and think how much you like these variants and whether you can effectively spend that 4,000 Gold.
The Spandexcellent bundle may seem good at first glance, especially considering that by the time it becomes available for purchase it will be quite some time and players will have accumulated a lot of Gold as a result of the disappointing May bundles. By then, the July bundles should be known and there will likely be much better deals at such a high price of 6,000 Gold. So it is unlikely that this bundle will be worth it. But, as always, if you are in love with the variant – hardly anyone can stop you.
Speaking of cool variants, in June the Fiona Hsieh bundle from the Artist Showcase bundle category will be available for purchase. But this time the Artist Showcase bundle offers more value than in previous months. The total value of 3.0 is a pretty good result. In addition, this bundle contains Gold, which, as said, can be spent to buy other bundles to make the Artist Showcase: Fiona Hsieh bundle even more profitable.
And while it still seems wrong that for the Artist Showcase bundles are priced depending to the artist, rather than being equal regardless of who made the variant, it’s worth noting that this time for this price the value is much better. However, the small value of 0.44 Tokens for Gold doesn’t allow us to conclude that this package is a very good buy.
4. Keep your Gold away
First of all, don’t buy the Booster Pack bundles. It’s a terrible deal and your Gold is never worth it. The low price may seem attractive, but even buying Credits through the in-game shop is more profitable than this. On top of that boosters are not a valuable resource, especially since after buying such bundle you get boosters for a random card in the entire collection. So even playing with your favourite deck you have a better chance of 1/12 to get boosters for the cards you want.
Decently expensive Mechurt Connors bundle, which will sell for 4,500, has almost nothing to offer in terms of value. The total value of 1.2 is a very bad deal, especially for such a high price, because usually the higher the price – the more you get for each Gold, but not this time.
As much as many people love baby variants – Itsy Bitsy Spider bundle is not a good buy. A variant for the non-meta card, a mediocre overall value of 1.7, a horrible amount of Tokens for Gold at the rate of 0.29 are all the reasons why you should probably avoid this bundle.
After a recent datamining, it became known that this bundle also contains a card back. However, this doesn’t affect the total value of the bundle much, assuming that the back costs 350 Gold. however, if you want such a unique card back, the value in Gold will probably be significantly higher for you. But here are a few reasons why the value of 350 gold per cover was used in the calculation.
There is currently no way of objectively estimating how much a card back is worth. However, the price of 350 gold was based on the fact that both card backs and avatars and titles are barely visible during a match and they have no option of further customisation, like variants do. There was also an opinion poll on my twitter which showed that 61.6% of over 4,500 players think that card backs should be priced at 350 gold (or lower). Therefore, until there is a way to estimate the value of card backs more accurately, 350 Gold will be taken as the basis.
Ooga Chaka Ooga Ooga bundle contains one mystery variant, 500 Tokens and 1,500 Credits for 2,000 Gold. This bundle isn’t good enough to seriously consider buying it. It’s better to save up another 1,000 Gold and buy the I Dont Like Sandman bundle than spend precious Gold on this bundle.
4. Atlantis Beach Club Rewind
Also in June 2023, all cosmetics that were available in June 2022 as part of the Atlantis Beach Club season pass will return and be available for purchase for $10. Obviously, compared to the $10 season pass, you get a lot less. You don’t get Wave (obviously), although you can use her variant to play with Wave right away, but you still have to get her from a Collector’s Reserve and she will take up a card slot somewhere in the collection level path. You also won’t get 900 Gold and two random variants that were part of the season pass in June 2022.
If you look at the chart, however, you can see that this bundle offers a good cosmetic value of 5.5. The small CL Progress value of 0.1 comes from the fact that you can use variants to save 25 credits with each of them when upgrading. So the total value of this bundle is 5.6, which is quite a lot. We should also expect the return of other seasons’ cosmetics in the form of rewind bundles.
Compared to the May bundles, this time we have a choice of what to buy! For those who are not planning to spend real money the month of June is likely to be quite simple – buy Token Tuesday bundles, buy I Dont Like Sandman bundle and save Gold for July.
Even though things have gotten a little better, I still want to reiterate the main 5 conclusions about the game and bundle economy, which should be taken into account by Second Dinner to create a healthier and more balanced economy in our beloved game:
- Artists Showcase bundles usually are quite expensive and not worth it.
- There are too few low-priced bundles that have good value.
- The best bundles in terms of value cost real money.
- There are still not enough Tokens in the game for players to feel free to choose which cards to buy.
- Boosters, especially random boosters, cost almost nothing. Perhaps if the player had a choice of what specific boosters he wants to buy and the price of such an offer wasn’t high – such a bundle would make sense.
Have fun and stay safe everyone!
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For these bundle comparison charts, CL progress value should not have collectors tokens contributing to it because tokens don’t progress the Collectors Level track. Tokens actually bypass Collectors Level completely, so its a misnomer to have them contribute to CL value. For example token tuesday bundles should have a CL progress value of 0.
For players that are not series 4 complete, credits may be worth slightly more than tokens in that players acquire series 4 cards via caches. /2cents
Yeah, I totally agree, I just couldn’t find another term that meant something opposite to cosmetics 😅
F2p Value for example doesn’t fit here because… well, it’s not about f2p. And Сards Acquisition Value sounds pretty weird. Maybe you have some naming suggestions?
Collection Value seems straightforward?