Dice and spindown life counters are common tabletop gaming accessories for collectible trading card games. Magic: The Gathering players often use dice to track the number of creature tokens in play, +1/+1 counters, and other game stats. Furthermore, players use D20 spindowns to track life totals in a Constructed or Limited format. Without the use of dice and spindowns, paper MTG games can become complex and hard to follow for players.
MTG-related dice and spindowns come in all kinds of shapes, sizes, and colors. For example, players opening a prerelease kit from The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth may find a D20 in one of five color options, or even a special green variant. Anyone purchasing a Bundle from The Lord of the Rings: Tales of Middle-earth will receive an oversized spindown too. Some players and collectors strive to acquire dice and spindown from their favorite sets, promotional releases, and for other reasons. As such, demand for certain MTG-related dice and spindowns can drive secondary market prices.
In my recent TCGplayer Infinite article, An Introduction to MTG Dice and Spindown Finance, I discuss several MTG dice and spindowns that can be sold for money. You may own Spindowns from older sets worth $50-100! Check out the article to see what gaming accessories you have that can add money to your pocket.
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