Time to buy UMA!

Yes, you read that title right.

This week, we saw a buyout of the Box Topper version of Mikaeus, the Unhallowed, and briefly, the card was over $100. It’s settled back down in the $75 range, but that’s still about $25 more than it was.

We’ve had the two GPs that were Ultimate Masters sealed deck, and with the beginning of Ravnica Allegiance previews, we’re all staring at the new shiny things.

Meanwhile, the UMA prices are at their likely bottom, and surprisingly, some are already starting to come back up. Usually for a Masters set there’s a couple of months for the supply to work through all the channels, but that doesn’t seem to be the case here.

This means that we have some real opportunities for value, and if nothing else, I want you to get the copies you need/want now, before they go back up. In many of these cases, the prices have gotten to the point that the UMA foil is about the same price as a nonfoil from a different set.

For example…

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Cliff has been writing for MTGPrice for five years now, and is an eager Commander player, Draft enthusiast, and Cube fanatic. A high school science teacher by day, he’s also the official substitute teacher of the MTG Fast Finance podcast. If you’re ever at a GP (next up: Oakland in January!) and you see a giant flashing ‘CUBE DRAFT’ sign, go over, say hi, and be ready to draft.