MTG Arena New Codes

MTG Arena New Codes

Lastly edited by MTGA Codes on 14-May-2024

Here are the most recently revealed free codes for MTG Arena. Updated May 2024.

As a Magic player, I imagine you also love playing MTG Arena when you aren’t with your kitchen table Commander pod for at your LGS participating in prerelease events. There’s a way to earn virtual Magic booster packs faster in MTG Arena without having to constantly play for gold to buy them: using codes!

Let’s take a look at the new free codes for May 2024 to upgrade your MTG Arena collection. Before we start, don’t forget you can also buy codes from MTGA Codes to build your virtual card collection without having to spend hours playing the game.

What Is the Newest Free Code for MTG Arena?

No new codes have been released for April 2024. The most recent code is from the latest MTG Arena codes update.

The newest free code is Threads, which gives you 1,000 XP. To enter the code, log on to MTG Arena and click “Store”. At the top right-hand corner of the screen, you’ll see a box where it says “Redeem Code”. Type in Threads or copy and paste the word into the box provided. Click “enter” and 1,000 XP will be automatically applied to your MTG Arena account.

What Other New Free Codes Are There?

There have not been any other recent new codes, unfortunately. The other latest free codes from October and November of 2023 are:

  1. Murders at Karlov Manor: No code is needed to redeem 3 Murders at Karlov Manor booster packs, but this is the type of gift that used to require a code. Simply go to your player inbox inside MTGA to redeem them.
  2. The next most recent code is Mellon (from Lord of the Rings release on Arena in June 2023): 1,000 XP. Unfortunately this was a limited-time offer and the code has now expired.

What Are the Newest Paid Codes for MTG Arena?

The newest paid codes are located in the Recently Added section on MTGA Codes. The packs and decks are mainly for Outlaws of Thunder Junction and Murders at Karlov Manor, but you can also get variety packs to dabble in other older Magic sets.

There’s a 5-count promo pack for Outlaws of Thunder Junction for $6.45. Purchase a prerelease pack code for $5.95 to get 6 The Murders at Karlov Manor prerelease boosters. If you prefer, there’s a prerelease purchase for The Lost Caverns of Ixalan as well where you can receive 6 prerelease packs.

Starting from Murders at Karlov Manor expansion Wizards have increased the limit of Prerelease codes up to 5 per account and we have added two neat bundles for codes for 24 boosters from Outlaws of Thunder Junction Prerelease and Murders at Karlov Manor Prerelease codes for 24 Booster Packs.

The Standard Prerelease Booster Pack Code Bundle gives you 36 packs for $34.95, sometimes with sales to purchase it cheaper. The bundle features 6 packs each of Phyrexia: All Will Be One, March of the MachineWilds of Eldraine, The Lost Caverns of Ixalan, and Murders at Karlov Manor. Enjoy notable cards from these standard sets like Myrel, Shield of Argive, Elesh Norn, Mother of Machines, Jin-Gitaxias, and Virtue of Loyalty.

If you want to go further back in time with sets of Magic’s past, you can enjoy the Explorer Historic Timeless Prerelease Booster Pack Code Bundle for $31.95 (sometimes with sales at about $30) featuring 30 packs of historic sets. These include Innistrad: Midnight Hunt, Innistrad: Crimson Vow, Kamigawa: Neon Dynasty, Streets of New Capenna, Zendikar Rising, and Adventures of the Forgotten Realms.

Enjoy notable cards from this historic bundle including:

  • Wedding Announcement
  • Wedding Ring
  • Bootleggers’ Stash
  • The Wandering Emperor
  • Angel of Destiny
  • Heliod, Sun-Crowned
  • Halvar, God of Battle
  • Lolth, Spider Queen
  • Adeline, Resplendent Cathar

Where Can I Find Older Codes?

You can find older MTGA codes on Draftsim. These code lists are continually maintained so that you always have the most up-to-date ones. Especially if you’re a new player who wasn’t on MTGA when it debuted in 2019, there’s so much value from these MTGA codes that you can enjoy from the free codes when you sign up for an account.

Visit mtgacodes.com for older paid codes for Zendikar Rising, different Secret Lair lands, and prior superdrops.

Does MTG Arena Still Do Codes?

It rarely does free ones, although you can still redeem codes for prereleases and other promotions. MTG Arena also still allows you to enter the old booster pack codes for prior Magic sets up until The Brothers’ War. If you purchase planeswalker decks or prerelease kits, you can enter the codes from these products into MTG Arena to redeem prerelease packs or the digital version of those decks.

Back in July, Wizards revealed the “Speak, friend, enter” riddle to reveal the Mellon code that gives 1,000 XP. Wizards may do more riddles like this in the future for upcoming sets released on MTG Arena. However, debuting the player inbox in December 2022 has made it easier to deliver free packs, cosmetics, emotes, and XP without players having to enter codes.

How Else Can I Get Free Value for MTG Arena?

“Just keep playing, just keep playing, just keep playing, playing, playing.” That’s how you can get the most free value on MTG Arena. The more that you win Standard and Historic battles, the more gold, XP, and other free ICRs, cosmetics, and other things that you accumulate.

The XP allows you to advance in the current Mastery season where you can earn extra coins, sleeves, more XP, booster packs, and much more! Coins are redeemable at the virtual store to purchase booster packs from new and old sets, card cosmetics, special feature items on sale for that day, and more!

Look inside your player inbox. Sometimes, when new sets are released, there’s special events, or if MTG Arena runs into technical difficulties, you may receive free booster packs, draft tokens, and cosmetics all without having to redeem a code.

Play your best Standard and Historic decks so you have a better chance of winning and gaining more gold and XP at a faster rate. You can use the MTGA deck tracker Arena Tutor to get meta information and get decklists. 

I have a Chatterfang, Squirrel General Historic Brawl deck (the closest format to Commander on MTG Arena) where some players have conceded when I go wide with too many tokens.

New Codes, Old Codes, All the Codes!

Whether you prefer to use only the free codes or want to save time by getting paid MTG Arena codes instead, there’s so much digital value that can help you better enjoy playing MTG Arena with like-minded players around the world.

Until next time, enjoy the new codes, old codes, and all the codes that MTGA has to offer to build your virtual card collection!