Mystery Deck

Mystery Deck
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88% of 100

NOTE: Month 10 is now over. The deck has changed and this is month 11. We'll be changing this deck out mid-August 2020. Ensure it says MONTH 12 on the product page if you're expecting a different deck. 

The Ellusionist mystery deck is a guaranteed way to own an unreleased or rare deck from our warehouse. 

Often, we print 3 or 4 decks ahead of our releases and this is a super fun way to let you share in our excitement of upcoming decks. 

For just $8.95 you'll be guaranteed an unreleased or rare deck. No filler, no seconds and no slow-selling playing cards.

Customer Reviews

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  1. Abi

    I got the tinker deck a few months ago as well as month 5's Ellusionist Team Deck. The tinker was a really welcome surprise, and an intriguing deck! I did already own the Team Deck, but its a really incredible deck nonetheless so I'm absolutely fine having another one! Overall, I love the idea of this, and will continue to buy them as they go!
  2. Santiago

    Tinker.....What a deck!
  3. Gordon

    Hmm...well, I didn’t read the description on this so my fault, I guess. I didn’t realize that there was one and only one deck available per month. I bought several and was surprised that they were all the same. I was thinking that the deck would be randomly chosen from several different ones. So... next time I will read the description more carefully.
  4. Summary

    All seriousness aside, I LOVE the new bicycle 1900 blue deck (month #1 Deck) :D
  5. James

    FIRST ... ... All kidding aside, I LOVE the new “mystery” (aka Bicycle 1900 - Blue) deck. I cannot explain, in prose, how amazing this deck is. You can easily tell a lot of work went into this new Ellusionist deck - from the multicolored 1900 cloth-style seal; to the intricate artwork on the backs of the cards; to the aged, and period-style, design and artwork of the tuck case (but not distressed like the 1800 deck); to the classic-crushed, (aged, but not distressed) USPCC stock; the custom, (almost-mirrored) “smoke break” jokers that include a reveal(s); Ace of Spades reflecting the period artwork on the front of the tuck; King of Spades including a card reveal; double-backer gaff card; and many more “mysteries” that I’ll leave for future buyers of this “mystery deck” to see. Make sure to grab this deck before they’re all gone.