Starting from the February 7, 2024 Patch Update, players began to receive personalized Bundle offers in Marvel Snap. Their distinctive feature is that they are not shown to everyone, are formed based on the player’s collection, and last only a day after appearing. However, it is not yet known whether they will appear again and how often. All bundles are priced in USD, so getting a personalized bundle for Gold, at least for now, is not possible.
Here we’ve tried to gather all the variants of such bundles and analyze them so that you can understand their value, including in comparison with other bundles.
All Credit bundles have about 172% Progress Value, with a slight exception for the $10 Bundle, which has 174% Progress Value. By this metric, all four bundles are approximately at an average level, and the $30 Bundle is even below the average value when compared within its own price range.
If we judge by the Credits to USD ratio, then all bundles except for the $50 Bundle show confidently good Progress Values within their price category. The $50 Bundle is inferior to the Kneel Before Your Queen bundle, which might have been an exception to the rule, but nonetheless offered a significantly greater Credit value per USD than this one. Therefore, there’s a chance that such value could be seen again.
Overall, bundles with Credits can be rated as quite good, but not the best deals that you might come across, which you should buy as soon as you see them.
These bundles containing Collector’s Tokens are among the best value for USD overall. Their Progress Value and Tokens per USD value are at a very high level, setting records in their price range.
Among this pair, the $50 Bundle offers 40% more Progress Value than the $30 Bundle. This is not surprising, as with a price that is 40% higher, you get 100% more Collector’s Tokens. Both of these deals are very good in terms of value and are worth paying attention to if you need Collector’s Tokens and are willing to pay for them.
Out of the three bundles containing Gold, only the $20 Bundle confidently holds its own when compared with competitors in its price category. The other bundles show a poorer performance than the average value.
If we look at the overall picture, among the bundles for USD, they are all slightly above average, not deviating too much from the norm.
But we all remember that Gold, being the most universal currency, has a special value. This is partly because you can spend it on profitable Gold bundles, thereby typically increasing the Progress Value of each Gold by 30% through the bundles’ Progress Value.
And each of these three bundles, being focused on Gold, shows quite a good result in terms of Gold value per USD. Especially in their price categories, where they are unmatched in terms of Gold value per USD. In other words – some of the best bundles for pure Gold per USD value.
Therefore, if you are looking for Gold and such a bundle comes your way – pay attention. But remember that the double Gold promotion in the shop is still more profitable, as it has a 200% Progress Value against 167-180% here.
Series 3 Card Bundles
Soon after the appearance of the previously listed types of bundles, there were reports of new bundles containing a Series 3 card that a player still lacks. So far, it’s unclear how wide the price range is for this type of personal bundles. We haven’t been able to find confirmation of the existence of bundles with a Series 3 card cheaper than 50 USD and more expensive than 100 USD.
The examples above show configurations of such a bundle. In each case, a card no higher than Series 3 was offered, with no variants, only the base card.
Since we know that such bundles are offered to new players who haven’t yet completed Series 3, we need to analyze the bundles from this perspective.
The key difference here is that for new players, Credits are not converted into Series 4 and 5 cards, but are most likely converted into Series 3 cards, which ultimately provides more cards than for players with an almost complete collection, but the quality of the cards received here is different. Moreover, Series 3 cards you will get all Series 3 cards anyway – sooner or later, which cannot be said about Series 4 and 5 cards.
Series 4 and 5 cards can be obtained by a new player using Collector’s Tokens, and even 3,000 is enough to afford a strong card at the early stages. For example – Zabu, Darkhawk, Modok, or Knull. So, a bundle with a Series 3 card and 3,000 Tokens may seem to be a good solution, but there’s a catch.
The thing is, upon completing Series 3, you may be offered a bundle with the same price but with 6,000 Tokens included. And this is a quite realistic prospect if we assume that the system evaluates whether you are short of currency or not. And the difference of 3,000 Tokens already suggests that, all else being equal, a Series 3 card is valued by Second Dinner on par with a Series 4 card – at 3,000 Tokens.
And it seems that out of all the bundles with cards, the most theoretically cost-effective and useful configuration is the 10,000 Credits for $100. Such a bundle indeed mathematically outperforms the others significantly. It also surpasses other bundles in general, not only within the category of personal ones. While the rest of the bundles in the category are just good, often above average, for which one can quite easily find equivalents among recent bundles.
What we have in the end for this category: bundles with the same price seem to usually be inferior to the standard personal bundles without a Series 3 card. But we don’t know if there are any bundles with the Mystery Variant for 100 USD, we’re only judging based on the 50 USD ones.
Series 3 cards in these bundles are overvalued and “consume” a significant part of the Progress Value that could have been present here. And most importantly, such a large amount of Collector’s Tokens for a huge amount of money isn’t very useful for a newcomer, even if they agree to pay such a price.
It’s essential to manage Collector’s Tokens properly and select cards for the most powerful meta decks. And there’s a high likelihood that such a deck will still be missing 1-2 Series 4 or 5 cards. But if we consider Credits, they will be immediately converted by a newcomer into Series 3 cards, which simply accelerates Collection Level progress, but doesn’t provide instant access to a multitude of strong cards.
Perhaps a bundle that includes several Series 3 cards and useful currencies for a modest price would look much more advantageous here. Such a bundle would make sense in the early stages, but bundles for 50, 80, or 100 USD in the first weeks of gameplay shouldn’t be considered. It’s better to spend time figuring out which cards and strategies you like, so you can later make an informed decision and perhaps purchase another equally expensive and valuable bundle, given that there have been very many of them lately.
Thus, the most interesting bundles here are the ones with Collector’s Tokens. They are extremely profitable and perfectly suited for the most efficient acquisition of Tokens for Gold.
Next in the ranking, we can place the bundles for Gold – they are good if you have already exhausted the limit of purchases with doubled Gold in the shop, but if not – it’s better to use the double bonus.
And finally, the least interesting are the bundles with Credits. We don’t highly recommend them for purchase if you want to get the maximum Progress Value for your money. Consider buying them only if you need Credits here and now, when you see such a bundle.
High-Priced Series 3 Card Bundles occupy a special place here. They are mathematically sound, but there have been quite a few such bundles lately, and a new player is unlikely to be able to manage the acquired resources to best effect. Especially considering that bundles with Credits will only speed up progress for Series 3 cards, and for a price of 50-100 USD, this isn’t what you want to see here and now.
If you’re a newcomer – it’s better to spend more time in the game, understand which strategies you like and which you don’t, and then, if you wish, spend such money on the first available bundle at a price that suits you; they won’t be much different from a personalized bundle with a Series 3 card.
If you come across a bundle that is not featured in the article – write its price and contents in the comments, or send us the information on social media. We suspect that for a complete picture, we are missing 1-2 bundles.
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 7 PM 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.
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