Get a free MTG Arena Boros deck with Twitch Prime
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For the first time, Twitch Prime has partnered with Wizards of the Coast to bring Magic: The Gathering Arena players exclusive loot. Twitch Prime subscribers have enjoyed free digital content for esports titles such as Fortnite and League of Legends in the past, and with the recent success of MTG Arena, subscribers can likely expect more free content for the game in the future.

The deal

Until June 26, Twitch Prime members can redeem their unique code to receive a free Boros deck. If you’re just starting out on MTG Arena, this is a great way to rise through the initial ranks, as well as give your collection a significant boost. Included in the deck are several desirable cards, including Aurelia, Exemplar of Justice.

The image below shows the complete decklist you can expect to unlock upon redeeming your code.

MTG Arena - Free Boros Deck - Twitch Prime

How to redeem

If you’re already a Twitch Prime user, simply follow this link to redeem your MTG Arena Boros Deck. Once you copy the code there, open up MTG Arena, click on the Store tab, and paste the code into the Redeem Code field at the top right.

If you’re an Amazon Prime member, you may be surprised to learn that Twitch Prime comes with your Amazon subscription! To gain access, simply head over to the applet, log in, and follow the prompts to link your Twitch and Amazon accounts. And if you’re not an Amazon Prime member, you can try it free for 30 days! Just don’t forget to set a reminder to cancel before the 30 days is up.

Additional rewards

There are several other ways to unlock special in-game rewards as well. Don’t miss out on these older MTG Arena codes, or the free War of the Spark packs made available just last week! You can also grab a prerelease pack from your local game store. You’ll find a special code for an MTG Arena draft inside these packs, on the back of one of the tokens included in the bundle.

How did you start playing Magic? Is the Boros Legion your favorite guild, or another? Start the discussion in the comments below!