If you have a cube that you’d be interested in selling (or renting) feel free to get in touch.
Ideally, you’ll have a itemised list of the cube contents and a price in mind. Even better if the cube comes with its own lands, is sleeved and has a box! (But don’t worry if not, we can work something out 🙂
Get in touch to see what we can do. We often make offers for complete or almost-complete cubes and we’ve even done deals where we can provide a part-ownership deal. You can either rent your cube to us for between 6 months and 2 years, or you can sell it outright. We have options where you are paid per-rental (we generally split the profit 50-50) or for an upfront rental payment, we’ll rent your cube for a period and retain the rights to rent it for that period of time.
Whilst we make every effort to ensure your cube comes back to you in the condition it was received in, we are not liable for any damage caused during the rental period due to standard wear and tear of sleeves and the cards, etc. For this reason we generally prefer to purchase the cube rather than the alternative methods, but we’ll listen to offers!
Welcome to RentMtGCube – the place to rent a cube, to play with your friends, over a weekend or a few evenings.
RentMtGCube delivers Cubes around the UK (basically where the shipping costs aren’t too much – so places like the Highlands and Islands might not be covered).
Every cube is delivered to you, before the first day of your rental period, itemised, fully sleeved, with basic lands and a handy guide to cubing in general, along with a set of instructions for our favourite draft formats.
Along with the cube you’ll receive a packing label to return the cube, fully paid for, so you’ll simply need to repackage the contents back in the box it was delivered in (keep that packing material!), affix the returns label and drop it off at your local delivery office on the last day of your rental.
We also offer a local pickup/delivery service, too.
Each card that is delivered within the cube is marked with an infrared marker, so we check the cards on the way out and on the way in. We know accidents can happen, but please note that you will be responsible for any cards that come back in a condition worse than we sent them.
Cards are always in English, unless otherwise noted, and are a mix of foil and non foil.