The easiest way to get free booster packs, cards, experience points, and cosmetics on Arena is with MTG Arena codes.
It can be hard to find all available free MTG Arena codes in one place. That’s why we compiled them all in this article. You’ll find all currently active codes below. Be sure to check back regularly for new MTG Arena promo codes!
NEWEST MTGA CODE: We want to highlight the newest code, which is PlayBRO. You can redeem it to get 3 Brothers’ War Packs.
MTG Arena Pack Codes
First up, we’re starting with MTG Arena codes for free packs. Each set, since the open Beta, came with a special promo code, which usually grants you three packs of the respective set. You can find all of them in a table below. Hopefully, you’ll get some useful cards in these.
Note that we’ve made a small change to the tables lately. Instead of the expiry date, which was most often unknown, we now included the date on which the code went live. So if you’re a returning player, you’ll have an easier time finding the codes that you’ve missed.
|3 Throne of Eldraine Packs||09-26-2019|
|3 Theros Beyond Death Packs||01-16-2020|
|3 Ikoria Lair of Behemoths Packs||04-16, 2020|
|3 Core Set 2021 Packs||06-25-2020|
|3 Zendikar Rising Packs||09-17-2020|
|1 Kaladesh Remastered Pack||11-12-2020|
|3 Kaladeheim Packs||01-28-2021|
|3 Strixhaven Packs||04-15-2021|
|3 Forgotten Realms Packs||07-08-2021|
|3 Midnight Hunt Packs||09-16-2021|
|3 Crimson Vow Packs||11-11-2021|
|3 Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty Packs||02-10-2022|
|3 Neon Dynasty Alchemy Packs||03-17-2022|
|3 New Capenna Packs||04-28-2022|
|3 New Capenna Alchemy Packs||06-02-2022|
|3 Dominaria United Packs||09-01-2022|
|3 Dominaria United Alchemy Packs||10-06-2022|
|3 Brothers' War Packs||11-15-2022|
As you might know, you get experience points from quests and from your weekly wins. (Experience points progress your mastery level.) You can also get them by using the MTGA code below. Currently, there’s one XP-only code available.
Pimp Your Deck with Free Cosmetics
In this section, you’ll find codes for various cosmetics – from card styles to sleeves.
There are no foil cards on MTG Arena, however you can still bling your decks with cosmetics or skins for cards. These are cards with an extended or alternate art (or sometimes both).
|Revitalize card + card style||03-29-2019|
|Opt card + card style||03-29-2019|
|Deathbloom Thallid card + card style||03-29-2019|
|Fanatical Firebrand card + card style||03-29-2019|
|Druid of the Cowl card + card style||03-29-2019|
|Arlinn, Voice of the Pack card style||05-23-2019|
|Ob Nixilis, the Hate-Twisted card style||05-31-2019|
|Teyo, the Shieldmage card style||06-07-2019|
|Nahiri, Storm of Stone card style||06-14-2019|
|Narset, Parter of Veils card style||06-21-2019|
|2 random cosmetics||04-24-2020|
You can also unlock sleeves for each of the New Capenna families, using the codes below. Sadly, the Strixhaven sleeves are no longer available.
Sometimes we get codes that reward various free items. While this doesn’t happen very often, it’s that more important to redeem these codes before they expire. Currently, there is no such code available. Here’s an example of what a now-expired multi code provided:
MTG Arena Codes from Paper Products
Some MTG products also come with a code which you can redeem on Arena. However, be careful as not all products have MTG Arena redeem codes. The following types of products usually include a code:
- Planeswalker Decks
- Prerelease Packs
- Starter Kits
- Secret Lair
Let’s take a look at each type of product to see exactly which ones contain a code. Keep in mind that these codes are unique. Therefore, you can only redeem them once, and we cannot provide them here. We’ll take a look at all the products, but first we wanted to talk about another way to get those codes – without buying the paper product, that you might not need.
Buying Arena Codes
You can do so by buying MTGA Arena codes. If you’re looking for a certain, this might be the only wait of acquiring it, unless it’s currently available in the Store. This is also a nice way to get some packs with a discount (if you aren’t playing paper prereleases.)
Of course, you don’t want to buy the code from anyone, so you won’t get scammed. Someone could send you a code, and you wouldn’t know if it’s been used or not, until you tried it out. That’s why we’d recommend buying codes from trusted sources.
Not only can you get Secret Lair, but they also have codes from FNM@Home, Planeswalker Decks, Prerelease Packs, etc. So if you’re looking for some specific sleeves, go check them out.
These are great for new players just learning the game. Cards are simple, yet interesting enough.
Each Planeswalker Deck contains:
- 60-card deck (including a planeswalker)
- 2 booster packs
- paper deckbox
- code for MTG Arena (for an exact same deck)
Not all Planeswalker Decks come with a code. Older decks (before Guilds of Ravnica), don’t have one. All decks that have an Arena code are listed here:
|Ral, Caller of Storms - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|Vraska, Regal Gorgon - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|Dovin Architect of Law - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|Domri, City Smasher - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|Gideon, the Oathsworn - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|Jace, Arcane Strategist - Planeswalker Deck||Exact copy of the deck|
|M20 Planeswalker Decks||Exact copy of the deck|
|Throne of Eldraine Decks||Exact copy of the deck|
|Theros Beyond Death Decks||Exact copy of the deck|
|M21 Planeswalker Decks||Exact copy of the deck|
They are beginner-friendly. While they are weaker in power level, they are balanced to play against each other. That’s why you might want to get a whole bundle of five – and use them for a game night with your friends.
You can find more about these in our Planeswalker Deck Guide for Core 2021.
MTG Arena Prerelease Codes
Prerelease is a tabletop MTG tournament, where you get the first chance to play with cards in paper. Why should an Arena player care about those? Well, they’re the most fun MTG events, for sure. Besides that, you’ll also get a unique MTGA code!
So what does this code give you? Well, it depends on which set it’s from.
Guilds of Ravnica code gave you a free Sealed event, while Ravnica Allegiance provided a Draft Token. Newer prerelease kits give you 6 packs of the respective set.
A code from a certain prerelease can only be used once. That means if you have been to two Brothers’ War prereleases, you can only use one of the MTG Arena promo codes.
If you decide to play at the prerelease, contact your local game store. The dates below should give you some info on when to expect the upcoming tournaments – but the exact date may vary from store to store.
|The Brothers' War||11-13 November, 2022|
|Phyrexia: All Will Be One||27-29 January, 2023|
|Wilds of Eldraine||Q3 2022 (TBD)|
|The Lost Caverns of Ixalan||Q4 2023 (TBD)|
Prerelease Kits from War of the Spark onward contain a code for 6 Packs from the respective set. Your Brothers’ War prerelease kit will also have one.
If you don’t like to play in real-life events but would still like to get a code and some paper cards, you can buy a Prerelease Kit online. Just be careful – don’t get a Kit before Guilds of Ravnica, as there is no code in older ones.
Planeswalker Decks aren’t the only beginner-friendly products that come with the Arena code. The same is true for the following Starter Kits.
|Magic the Gathering Gift Pack 2018||Angelic Guardian|
|Spellslinger Starter Kit Core Set 2020||copy of both decks|
|Arena Starter Kit 2020||copy of both decks (usable twice)|
|Arena Starter Kit 2021||copy of both decks (usable twice)|
|Arena Starter Kit 2022||copy of both decks (usable twice)|
With these Starter Kits, it’s usually the best option to go for the new one, since the codes from the older ones might’ve expired already. The latest Arena Starter Kit has two decks, and a code that’s redeemable twice. As such, it’s a great buy if you have a friend to share it with.
Secret Lair Arena Codes
You might have encountered opponents with cool-looking sleeves, that weren’t available in Arena Store. In that case, they might’ve bought the Secret Lair. That’s a special Magic the Gathering product, which is distributed in so-called Drops.
Each drop features strong cards from Magic’s past with alternate (usually pretty crazy) art style, focused on a specific theme. Most of them also contain a code, which you can redeem for Arena sleeves – with the same art as the specific card from the Drop.
For example, here’s a sleeve you could get from the Secret Lair: Year of the Rat.
Secret Lairs are only available on Wizards’ Store for 24 hours after release, so you can easily miss them. Nevertheless, there is a way to get the sleeve for Arena.
MTG Arena Codes for Decks
Sometimes you might even get a full deck for free with a MTGA code. Currently, there are no such codes available.
MTGA Codes – FAQ
In this section, we’ll answer some of the most commonly asked questions about MTG Arena codes. Some questions were already answered above, and here’s just a quick recap. If there’s a question that you’d like us to answer, leave a comment below.
How to Redeem MTG Arena Codes on PC?
Redeeming MTG Arena codes is easy. Follow these steps to redeem codes:
- On the home screen, click Store on the top bar.
- In the top right corner, you’ll see Redeem Code window.
- Write the MTGA promo code there. You should correctly use uppercase and lowercase. If a code doesn’t work, try using all uppercase letters. If you get a Redeem Code Failure message, this either means that you have mistyped the code or that the code has expired.
- Press Enter.
- Enjoy your free stuff. 🙂
How to Redeem MTG Arena Codes on Mobile?
On the mobile version on MTG Arena, the process is a bit different. You won’t be able to enter the code directly in the app, instead you’ll have to go to the myaccounts.wizards.com website. Then follow these steps:
- Sign in to your account. (Use your MTGA login information.)
- On the right side, you’ll see Redeem Code window.
- Write the MTGA promo code there. Once again, pay attention to uppercase and lowercase.
- Press Redeem.
- If you have entered a code successfully, you’ll see a confirmation message.
- Go to the MTG Arena app and click on the Store tab. There you’ll receive your free Packs, cosmetics, etc.
All the free Arena codes that currently work are presented in this article. We keep our eyes peeled, and if a new code becomes available, we get it published as soon as possible.
There could be multiple reasons. One possibility is that you made a mistake while typing, or that you didn’t use uppercase / lowercase correctly. Another option is that the code has expired. Here, at CardGameBase we regularly check if the codes are still working, and remove the ones that aren’t.
However, if you bought a product and your code doesn’t work, your best option is to contact Wizards Customer Support, and let them sort everything out.
You can get them from various online websites. However, you should probably choose a reputable one, such as MTGAcodes.com, so that you don’t get scammed.
Currently, there isn’t one. The last one was in December 2019, when you could sign up for Amazon Prime (or use your existing account) to get a 60-card Liliana’s Legion deck.
Yes there are. You can find all of them in this article.
No, they don’t.
More Helpful Tips
If you just stumbled upon this page and haven’t played MTG Arena yet, you can download it here. On the other hand, if you are looking to get into tabletop Magic, check out our guide for newer players, so you won’t buy something you don’t need.
Until next time, have a blast and may you always get the 750 gold quest in Arena. 🙂