Coin Master Cards

Are you wondering how you use cards through Coin Master? We are here to elaborate!

While you are gaming with Coin Master, you will have the option to collect several different types of collectibles throughout the game. One such type of collectible is Cards. Did you know that you can collect nine different types of cards? Each of the cards represents the theme of each collection.

Where to find these cards?

Well, the cards are available in a place called the Chests. The collectible cards can be found on Chests of three different levels- Wooden, Golden, and Magical Chests. However, the number of cards in each type of Chest will differ.

The Wooden Chest consists of 2 Cards, while the Golden and the Magical Chest make up 4 and 8 cards respectively. Are you wondering how to obtain these Chests? It is quite simple. While engaging in the game, you can dig up a Chest during a Raid. Alternatively, you can also get a Chest as a reward upon the successful completion of a village. Furthermore, if you have enough coins, you can also purchase a Chest from the in-game Shop.

When you are attempting to collect new Cards, you must be aware that the level of the game will determine the Card you get within the chests and the frequency of doing so. For instance, the Gold Cards are more frequently found in the higher Villages when compared to the other kinds of Cards.

Rare Cards

Are you wondering what the rarest cards are? Well, it is quite natural to look for the rarest cards because the rarer it is, the better the reward will be. We have compiled a list of the cards based on the rarity of the cards.

Very Rare

  • Armstrong
  • Barrel Tank
  • Blizz
  • Crusader
  • Cosmic Carl
  • Farmer Feng
  • Jollu Jasper
  • Martian Lettuce
  • The Beast
  • Top Knut
  • Torero

High Rare

  • Andromeda
  • Aztec Princess
  • Creaky Crow
  • Elder Elk
  • Hobby Horse
  • Hotrod
  • Kettle
  • Mythical Tune
  • Punky
  • Santa
  • Satyr
  • Smoking Pipe

Mid Rare

  • Baby Triss
  • Cleopatra
  • Excalibur
  • Fighting Fred
  • Fighting Monk
  • Gentle Delphi
  • Kingsfoil
  • Nessie
  • Portly Pete
  • Tall Tim

Low Rare

  • Cheerful Chad
  • Evidence
  • Flamingo
  • Flamur, the Flutist
  • Fondue
  • Frida
  • Genie
  • Gnome House
  • Holy Monk
  • Jelly Fish
  • Little Lenya
  • Medusa
  • Merry Matilda
  • Mighty Wizard
  • Mythical Dome
  • Phantom
  • Santa’s Helper
  • Santa’s Sled
  • Scarecrow
  • Silverback

Very Low Rare

  • African Warrior
  • Builder Beaver
  • Caring Cathy
  • Cleopatra
  • Diablo
  • El Tiger
  • Holy Monk
  • Kettle
  • Magic Tree
  • Martian Wine
  • Mastership
  • Olympias
  • Pink Eddy
  • Sneaky Jaguar
  • Toto

Trading Cards

You can also decide to trade the Cards with other players. This can be done using different social platforms such as Facebook Messenger. All you have to do to start trading Cards is, open the collection containing your cards by simply clicking on the ‘Card’ icon on the left bottom corner of your screen. Next, you can click on the set that contains your desired card, and select ‘Send’. A list of names from your Facebook friend list will pop up. However, you should keep in mind that you need to have more than one card before you can send a card.

In addition, you are not allowed to trade the Gold Cards unless you are in a Special event of Coin Master. This is usually only possible during the Gold Card trade event where you have the option to trade only 2 specific Gold cards. This can only be done by making a post about trading on the Official Trading group of Coin Master.

Joker Card

Last but not the least, there is something called the Joker Card, which is an amazing price that can be earned during an event or collected through opening mystery chests. Why is it special? Well, with the Joker Card, you can have the superpower to change the card into any card of your choice, including Gold cards. However, it does come with an expiration date. So, use the option on time!

Now that you know all about Coin Master Cards, let’s get to building Villages.