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Best pokemon box to buy 2018 – [Buyer’s Guide]

Last Updated December 1, 2018
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Willard LawsonHey friends! I’ve got something important to talk about today! After considering 27 of the most highly rated pokemon box to buy and testing eight of them for more than 17 hours, we’re find the best pokemon box to buy of 2018.

I have been writing about technology and entertainment since the early 90s from my secluded home in West Virginia. In this article, I’ve listed down the Top 3 list. These are the best pokemon box to buy your money can buy.

Best pokemon box to buy of 2018

Before you spend your money on pokemon box to buy, start by familiarizing yourself with the various types. I browse the various pokemon box to buy available on the market and list three of the very best.

So, what exactly would anyone want to know about pokemon box to buy? I know most of us don’t really care much about the history and the origin, all we want to know is which of them is the best. Of course, I will spare you the history and go straight on to the best pokemon box to buy. Welcome to my website! If you plan to buy pokemon box to buy and looking for some recommendations, you have come to the right place.

Test Results and Ratings

Rank №1 №2 №3
Product
Total 4.8 4.5 4.3
Ease of use
5 points
4 points
4 points
Size
5 points
4 points
5 points
Durability
4 points
5 points
4 points
Value
5 points
5 points
4 points
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How to save up to 86%? Here is little trick.

You must visit the page of sales. Here is the link. If you don’t care about which brand is better, then you can choose the pokemon box to buy by the price and buy from the one who will offer the greatest discount.

 

 

№1 – Caseling Hard Case Bag Box Holder for Card Games. Holds Up to 630 Cards. Includes 4 Moveable Dividers.

 
Caseling Hard Case Bag Box Holder for Card Games. Holds Up to 630 Cards. Includes 4 Moveable Dividers.

Pros
CARD GAME CASE; Fits all Standard Playing Card games like: Cards against Humanity, Crabs Adjust Humidity, Exploding Kittens, Never Have I Ever, Drunk Stoned or Stupid, SUPERFIGHT, Uno, Phase 10, Pokemon, Magic the gathering, Poker, Yugioh, and much more.
Cons
Nothing, except that I wasted too much time making my choice.
 
Total:
4.8

Why did this pokemon box to buy win the first place?

I really enjoy the design. It is compact, comfortable and reliable. And it looks amazing! I am very happy with the purchase. It is definitely worth its money. The product is top-notch! The product is very strong. Its material is stable and doesn’t crack. I also liked the delivery service that was fast and quick to react. It was delivered on the third day.

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Ease of use
5

5star

Size
5

5star

Durability
4

4star

Value
5

5star

 

 

№2 – TCG:XY Latias and Latios Trainer Card Game

 
TCG:XY Latias and Latios Trainer Card Game

Pros
This step-by-step Trainer Kit includes two 30-card decks, each with a specially selected foil card
Contains two guided game booklets to teach you how to play-card by card, step by step and a 2-player play mat
Contains damage counters and Special Condition markers
Cons
Can be tedious to clean up.
It is pretty expensive.
 
Total:
4.5

Why did this pokemon box to buy come in second place?

I like this product. For such a low price, I didn’t even hope it to be any better. It’s decently made. The design quality is top notch and the color is nice. I really liked it. It is amazing in every aspect. It did even exceed my expectations for a bit, considering the affordable price. Seems that the material is good. It has a very beautiful color but I don’t really like the texture.

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Ease of use
4

4star

Size
4

4star

Durability
5

5star

Value
5

5star

 

 

№3 – Pokemon card game Sun & Moon Special BOX members gang Pikachu

 
Pokemon card game Sun & Moon Special BOX members gang Pikachu

Pros
Special Long Box /Pokemon card game SM 6 pack, deck case, deck shield, 2 kinds of promo card
Japanese language.
Cons
It’s a lot heavier than expected.
Not as good as some others we reviewed.
 
Total:
4.3

Why did this pokemon box to buy take third place?

This price is appropriate since the product is very well built. It is inconvenient to use due to the size. I am going to get something different next time. I liked the design. We’ve been using it for 2 months and it still looks like brand new. The material is incredibly nice to the touch. It has a great color, which will suit any wallpapers.

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Ease of use
4

4star

Size
5

5star

Durability
4

4star

Value
4

4star

 

 

pokemon box to buy Buyer’s Guide

If you keep the before points in mind, you can easily go out to the market and buy pokemon box to buy, right? No!

Pokémon Trading Card Game Formats

Standard Format – This is the main format and rotates every year. At time of writing, all card sets from XY BreakThrough onwards are legal. New sets get allowed in Standard on the third Friday of the month the set was released in. Same goes for three weeks after a Promotional Card is released through various means.

Expanded Format – This format allows for more open play, allowing for all cards from the Black & White series onwards. Like Standard, it does rotate in time, but it is far more flexible.

With the two formats, it keeps the game fresh and stops players relying on specific strategies. For example, Shaymin EX from Roaring Skies was legal in Standard Format from 201up until September 201and was a staple of so many decks, but now that it cannot be used in Standard, players have to look for new strategies.

Over time, The Pokémon Company reviews cards to see if they are broken and some may get banned or corrected. You can find a banned card list on the official site. For full details on the rules, check out the official site here and here.

Going the cheap and efficient route

By far the most cost-effective way to build a deck is to research the current metagame, figure out which deck you want to play and what cards are needed to build it, and then buy those cards on the secondhand market.  Buying cards secondhand is always more economical than buying booster packs, theme decks, tins, and the like.  Every time you buy sealed product, the act of breaking the wrapper and removing the cards decreases its value.

The Goal

The basics of the Pokémon Trading Card Game will feel familiar to players of the videogames. You and an opponent face off, competing for six ‘reward cards’ that are pulled from the top of your deck at the start of each match. A player collects one reward card for knocking out one of the opponent’s team. The only way to win a match is to either collect all six reward cards, or get to the point where your opponent has no usable Pokémon. This is some Mad Max stuff, right to the bitter end.

Special Cards

EX Cards: These cards are clearly marked by the letters EX after the Pokémon’s name, and are typically more powerful than regular cards. That means their moves do more damage, and they have more hit points than other Basic-tier cards. The drawback to this extra power is that if an EX Pokémon dies, your opponent gets two reward cards instead of one, pushing them that bit closer to victory.

GX Cards: New for the Sun & Moon expansion, and come with a powerful GX move. GX Moves function like Z-Moves in the Sun and Moon 3DS games, meaning you’re only allowed to use a single GX move per match. This means you have to strategise accordingly. Like EX cards, the attacker gets two reward cards whenever they kill a GX Pokémon.

Break Cards: Break cards are a special evolution-like card that grants a power boost to specific Pokémon. Evolving into the Break form means the monster in question gets a health boost and a brand new attack or ability, without losing all the attacks and abilities that it had before. Plus, unlike EX and GX cards, there are no limitations to using a Break card – normal evolution rules notwithstanding.

Mega Evolution

Like the games, Mega Evolution is also a part of TCG, but fortunately this doesn’t mean adding a fourth level to the evolutionary ladder. Mega Cards are all EX cards and similarly evolve from EX versions of their former selves. EX cards tend to feature powerful evolved Pokémon that are still designated as ‘Basic’ cards. That means you can play them straight away, without having to work to get to that stage. Although, naturally, EX cards have some limitations we’ve already mentioned. It’s worth noting that, unlike regular evolution, Mega Evolution immediately ends your turn. These rules also apply to Primal Kyogre and Primal Groudon, which are basically just Mega Pokémon with a special name.

Break Cards

Break cards are not technically an evolution of the previous Pokémon, but are treated as such anyway. It’s all very scientific. The reason is so that you can’t evolve a Pokémon and then immediately ‘evolve’ into the Break form during the same turn. Break cards also don’t overwrite the previous Pokémon. The monster retains all of its old moves and abilities, but now has extra powers along with a health boost. Actually Playing the Game Now that you’ve digested all the information up there, it’s about time you play the game. This bit is rather simple once you know what you’re doing. Before you begin the match you have to decide who goes first – generally decided by a coin toss, with the winner choosing. It’s worth noting that going first isn’t particularly beneficial, however. Since your opponent hasn’t had the chance to play their Pokémon, you can’t actually attack until the second turn. That means the person going second is first to attack, and this can feel like a bit of a head start. Once you’re off, each player takes it in turns to organise their team and attack the other player. Each turn begins with you taking a card from the top of your deck, and adding it to your hand. From here you can do anything, provided you have the right cards. Attach energies to your Pokémon, play trainer cards (as many as you like), evolve your monsters, switch the active Pokémon, and, most importantly, plot.

The Pokémon Trading Card Game isn’t rushed, and there are no time limits to worry about when your turn starts. So always take the time to think things through, and ensure you’re following some kind of strategy. Your turn ends as soon as you’ve finished attacking your opponent, so before that point you need to have done everything. You’ll pick up new ideas as you play, learning different tricks and combinations that will help you win. Raw power matters but it’s not everything, so make sure you’re thinking tactically about being the very best, like no-one ever was.

The App

Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader. If a card comes with its own USB 3.0 adaptor, as with Lexar’s own card, we use that instead.

Lexar Professional 633x microSD

Unlike most microSD cards, Lexar bundles this one with a USB 3.0 dongle rather than a full-size SD adaptor. Interestingly, it’s intended to be used in “sports cameras” as well as phones and tablets, and boasts of 95MB/s on the packaging (that’s what 633x means = it’s 63* 150KB/s). It’s an UHS-I Class card, and it’s the one DJI ships with it’s Phantom drone.

That 95MB/s is – of course – a read speed, and Lexar doesn’t mention a write speed, only stating that it is “lower”. We were a bit disappointed then, to find that after managing a great 92MB/s read speed when using the included dongle, it managed only 32.4MB/s when writing sequentially. A *lot* lower, then.

Transcend Ultimate microSD

It couldn’t keep up in the 4KB tests, though, averaging 8MB/s when reading and 1.5MB/s for writing. That’s quicker than average, but the cheap-as-chips Samsung Evo outperforms it for phone and tablet use.

In Pokémon Go your Pokémon don’t gain levels, but you can power them up with a combination of ‘stardust’, which is collected by capturing any Pokémon, and ‘candy’ specific to that creature, which is collected by capturing more Pokémon of the same species.

You can also evolve your critters using candy, which turns them into a different, stronger Pokémon. Most can evolve at least once, but some have multiple evolutions. Charmander for example first evolves into Charmeleon, which looks like a bigger, angrier version of its initial form, and then into Charizard, which is a winged, dragon-like creature.

Building a team

The main joy of Pokémon Go is finding new and exotic creatures to add to your collection and to have the best chance at this you’ll want to head beyond your back garden, as different Pokémon are found in different places and their locations often relate to their types. For example, you’re likely to find water type Pokémon near rivers and oceans.

To have an effective team you’ll want at least a few different powerful Pokémon of different types, so don’t just focus on strengthening one. Taking down the toughest gyms will require a varied line-up.

Battling

Battles play a smaller role in Pokémon Go than the main series of games, as you don’t need to battle Pokémon to catch them, instead you just throw a Poké Ball as soon as you spot them.

But there are still gym battles and in these you’ll fight against other player’s creatures, so expect a challenge.

Fights play out a bit differently too, as where in most Pokémon games they’re a turn-based affair, here Pokémon attack in real time. Tap on an enemy to use your basic attack or tap and hold to use a more powerful one and swipe left or right to avoid being hit.

How to tell fake Pokemon cards

Bradley Merriel from Anime in Abbotsford shows the telltale signs of a fake Pokemon card.

A spokesman for Banter toys, exclusive distributor of the official cards in Australia, said the company received regular complaints about the fake cards. “Parents buy fake Pokemon cards due to cheaper prices – the kids bring those cards to legitimate tournaments or schools and burst into tears because the judge or their friends tell them they are fake,” a Banter Toys spokesperson said.

Mr Raj, who has been playing competitively since 2004, said he has seen the disappointment that fake cards bring.

Advertisement “I have had to be the bearer of bad news and tell someone that the cards they want to use for the event are not allowed, thus they cannot play at all unless they purchase official cards.

The counterfeit products can often be spotted due to print errors and unusual colours, borders and fonts, Mr Raj said. “When people purchase these cards over the real product, it hurts the sales and growth of the game – much like most fake products would,” Mr Raj said.

Banter Toys recommends focusing on the packaging when buying cards. When cards are sold unsealed in small cardboard boxes, this can be a good indicator that they are fake as genuine items are sold in sealed packets.

There are also high-quality counterfeits that use sealed packaging – in which case, Banter Toys warns consumers not to buy cards that are priced “too good to be true”.

A spokesperson from NSW Fair Trading has advised that any customers who believe they have purchased fake Pokemon cards to contact the trader first and try to resolve the matter with them.

Customers who are unable to resolve their issues with the trader are advised to lodge a written complaint on the NSW Fair Trading website.

Other card games such as Magic: The Gathering and Yu-Gi-Oh have a similar problem with fake products.

Kris Naudus

Kris runs Engadget’s awesome product database with an iron fist. She’s also written stuff for Anime Insider and Anime News Network, as well as a lengthy stint editing Pokémon things for The Pokémon Company. She still plays the games and seriously can’t believe there are 807 Pokémon now.

Gravekeepers

One of the best competitive decks in the game right now, and what we recommend F2P players work towards. It’s also a lot less pack-intensive than other top-tier competitive decks, such as Relinquished. You’ll be spending most of your gems on getting three copies of Soul Exchange.

What to Spend Gold On

The Card Trader provides a lot of the main cards that you need for building the Kaibaman deck. There are also a lot of essential farming cards in there, such as Cerberus. In order to buy these cards, you’ll need stones, gold, and jewels. Fortunately, a generous amount of gold and SR jewels are handed out while going through the stages. UR jewels may be a little harder to come by, as you only get three from the Stage Missions. Participating in events (Pegasus, Paradox Brothers) will net you another three, along with several more SR jewels.

Converting Cards

No matter how tempting it may be, you should avoid converting any cards unless you have three or more copies of it. You should also never convert limited-availability cards, such as Insect Queen (only one copy of this card is obtainable in-game – by leveling Weevil). If you keep farming and participating in events, you should eventually acquire enough SR and UR jewels to make the cards you want, with minimal conversions.

Card Farming

Farming is another important source of cards. Building a farming deck can be pretty challenging (especially one to farm Kaiba), but is still very possible for an F2P player to make. For suggestions on farming decks, view our list of budget farming decks.

Odion lvl 25

After several days/weeks of grinding, if you’ve followed this guide, you should have all the cards to play a decent Harpies, Kaibaman, and Gravekeepers deck, all without spending a dime on packs. These decks are all good enough for you to climb to the King of Games rank.

Star Pieces explained

Introduced as part of the Pokemon Go Christmas event in 2017, alongside the arrival of 20 more Gen Pokemon, Star Pieces could be purchased in bundles.

Star Pieces are to Stardust what Lucky Eggs are to XP – giving you at 50% boost in Stardust from all sources within the next 30 minutes.

Like Lucky Eggs, it’s wise to wait until the right time before using them. Waiting until you’re about to hatch Eggs, get a Day Daily Bonus, and go on a catching spree is ideal, as well as waiting for a double Stardust event to really maximise your returns.

You can also use them at the same time as Lucky Eggs if you fancy.

Unlike Lucky Eggs, it does appear they are exclusive to the in-game shop and bundle, and are not received as part of levelling up. Furthermore, it’s also likely they will only appear temporarily around seasonal events, as with Super Incubators.

Limited-time

Promotional bundles (may include promo card, coin, or deck box/sleeves, in addition to boosters). May cost between 400-1,200+ tokens. Usually available for 2-weeks at a time. For most bundles, it’s recommended to buy just of each.

Keep Unlocked Packs!

It’s also a good practice to never open unlocked booster packs, such as those earned in Ticket Tournaments or redeemed with codes. Use them to trade for the cards you need, as currency. Opening them is a huge gamble, and you’re much less likely to pull the card or cards you need in x amount of packs than trading that same amount for it/them.

Feel free to always open trade-locked boosters, like those bought in the Shop, earned from Trainers Challenge, Versus Ladder, etc. If you have, say 20 unlocked boosters and locked ones all for Steam Siege, the first packs you open will be the locked ones.

If you have any pending trades, those cards and booster packs will be listed as “locked”. Be careful not to mistake them for regular locked packs and try to open them! Check your pending trades before opening locked booster packs.

Token Reserve

It may be a good idea to keep a “reserve” of a certain number of tokens. This way you’ll be able to get a promo bundle, play some 89-Token tournaments for tickets, or post a trade, in a pinch. A good number would be to keep 500-1,000 tokens or so in reserve.

 

 

 

 

How to save up to 86%? Here is little trick.

You must visit the page of sales. Here is the link. If you don’t care about which brand is better, then you can choose the pokemon box to buy by the price and buy from the one who will offer the greatest discount.

 

 

Final Word

First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.

Most important, have fun and choose your pokemon box to buy wisely! Good luck!

So, TOP3 of pokemon box to buy

 

 

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