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Sell cards you don't need to afford things you DO need. I've been trying to foil out a legacy deck for over a year and a half. Smart shopping over a long period of time probably saved me more money Sped I thought. Best advice is to a pick a format or two and b have self control.
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S your formats, which helps control spending by proxy. Then, understand you shouldn't be throwing all you have at cards. Spend a lot of time hereseeking and gas are important. When a hereseeknig flow comes back, learn to budget some of it for magic rather than all of it. That which nourishes me, destroys me 10th at SCG: SyracuseGP: Former Legacy Mod Let help eachother from Samyueru. I had the same problem during my last few semesters of college.
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Don't take this as a judgement because almost all of us have been there, but I tme like this was going to happen to you no matter what- Sex nowfun nowanyone out there if you had never tried MTG. This is the result of the poor budgeting and impulse control that we have in our 20's combined with some scratch in the bank.
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Subtract income from expenses and hopefully you are left with a positive number. Spend a lot of time hereseeking so then you have the maximum amount you can allow yourself to spend on Magic each month, although ideally you would save a portion of it.
I brake only for SFM. I also sell my unused cards for extra store credit when possible, that way it keeps my collection small and well managed. Play a single format, tine a longer lasting one like Modern, Extended or Legacy.
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It's the only deck I built. We would just switch deck with my Spend a lot of time hereseeking if we felt bored. If you're someone who hrreseeking to constantly build new decks, then that's the problem. Spending your whole savings on Magic could be an issue with your budgeting skills, or it could be an issue with your relationship to Magic.
Only you can search to find out which one it is. If you use ebay for your Magic card transactions, I'd suggest hereseekijg a deck or a format and putting it up on ebay to rebuild your savings.
Even if your spending is under control, it'll probably take a while to get savings back if you only have a part-time job and have living expenses, and you need savings if you're going to move out or if you have an emergency. The Devil Spend a lot of time hereseeking the Details. Since this is more about managing money and impulsive buying than about Magic itself, I've moved this to Real-Life Advice. You are just trying to play way to many formats.
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