Every MTG Streets of New Capenna card worth money

Know which New Capenna cards are worth money when cracking open packs.

Three-color legendary creatures return to Magic: The Gathering via the Streets of New Capenna set, showcasing the most expensive planeswalkers, lands, and creatures worth money. 

Over a dozen Streets of New Capenna (SNC) cards are worth money following the official global launch that took place on April 29. The upcoming Standard-legal set features five crime boss families within three-color Shards, each of which has its own unique MTG mechanic. There are a total of three planeswalkers within the set, a Phyrexian, and the completed cycle of Triome lands that started within the Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths set.  

Each of the most expensive New Capenna cards listed are based on prices obtained from MTGStocks and MTGGoldfish. Prices are subject to change on a weekly basis. All New Capenna cards worth money will get updated on a monthly basis and after any major Magic tournaments. 

Ob Nixilis, the Adversary

Ob Nixilis, the Adversary

Likely the best SNC planeswalker within the set, and the most expensive, the foil-etched Showcase version of Ob Nixilis, the Adversary is valued at around $183. The non-etched Showcase foil is $63 and the borderless foil is priced at around $51, while the non-foil borderless is worth around $33.

The non-foil Showcase is around $40, and the regular version of the Ob Nixilis, the Adversary planeswalker is priced at around $30.

Elspeth Resplendent

Elspeth Resplendent

Elspeth Resplendent is a narrow five-cost planeswalker within the SNC set, whose foil-etched Showcase card is valued at around $71, down from almost $150 at release.

The planeswalker’s value drops dramatically, however, with her foil borderless and Showcase versions priced between $25 and $30. The regular version of Elspeth Resplendent is worth around $7.

Bootleggers’ Stash

Bootleggers’ Stash

Bootleggers’ Stash is an Artifact that can create Treasure tokens via tapping lands you control. Playable in multiple Magic formats, the borderless foil version of the Artifact is valued at around $50.

A non-foil borderless version is valued at around $31 and the SNC regular version of Bootleggers’ Stash is priced at around $25. 

Urabrask, Heretic Praetor

Urabrask, Heretic Praetor Phyrexian

Another Phyrexian Praetor has slipped into a Standard-legal MTG set. The foil Phyrexian version of the Praetor has risen in price to around $72 since the release of SNC, while the foil-etched art-deco Showcase version has dropped slightly to around $42.

A Showcase foil of Urabrask, Heretic Praetor is valued at around $26. The non-foil Phyrexian version is worth around $26. And the regular version of Urabrask, Heretic Praetor is valued at around $5. 

Ledger Shredder

Ledger Shredder

Spiking in price shortly after the release of SNC, Ledger Shredder has an extended foil version valued at around $35.

The bird advisor is not only a bomb in New Capenna Limited but has become popular within the Commander and Legacy formats. A non-foil extended-art version of Ledger Shredder is worth $21 and the regular version is valued at around $13.

Luxior, Giada’s Gift

Luxior, Giada’s Gift

Luxior, Giada’s Gift is a unique SNC Equipment that can attach to planeswalkers or creatures. The extended foil version of the legendary Artifact is valued at around $33.

Mostly played in the Commander and Modern formats, the regular version of Luxior, Giada’s Giftis is worth around $16. The non-foil extended version of the legendary Artifact Equipment is valued at around $18.

Vivien on the Hunt

Vivien on the Hunt

Vivien returns to Standard via her SNC planeswalker card, Vivien on the Hunt. Her Showcase foil-etched planeswalker version is valued at around $28.

The New Capenna planeswalker is seeing gameplay in a variety of MTG formats and should maintain her value. The Showcase foil version of Vivien on the Hunt is priced at around $11 and her regular version is worth around $7.50.

Halo Fountain

Halo Fountain

Mostly played in the MTG Commander format, Halo Fountain is an Artifact that’s an alternative win condition within the New Capenna set. The borderless foil version of Halo Fountain is valued at around $22. Its regular version is worth around $7. 

Tri-land SNC cycle lands worth money

Providing mana fixing, the New Capenna Tri-land cycle completes the Triome land cycle from Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths. There are a total of five Tri-lands. And each are the most expensive lands in the Streets of New Capenna set.

Spara’s Headquarters

Spara’s Headquarters

Spara’s Headquarters is the most expensive of all the Tri-lands in SNC via a borderless foil version that is worth aorund $55. There is also an art deco Showcase foil version worth around $15. The borderless non-foil version is valued at around $23, and the regular Tri-land version of Spara’s Headquarters is priced at around $10.

Raffine’s Tower

Raffine’s Tower

A borderless foil version of Raffine’s Tower, similar to Spara’s Headquarters, is priced at around $52. An art-deco Showcase foil version is worth around $16 and the regular version of the Tri-land is priced at $10.

Ziatora’s Proving Ground

Ziatora’s Proving Ground

Haven risen slightly in value since the release of SNC, the borderless foil version of Ziatora’s Proving Ground is worth around $55. The Showcase art-deco foil is priced at around $16 and the regular version of the Tri-land is worth $9.

Xander’s Lounge

Xander’s Lounge

Xander’s Lounge has a foil borderless version worth around $50 and an art deco Showcase foil version valued at around $16. A regular version of the Tri-land is worth around $8.50.

Jetmir’s Garden

Jetmir’s Garden

Jetmir’s Garden has one of the lowest priced regular versions, but the borderless foil version of the SNC land is valued at around $55. The art deco Showcase foil version priced at around $13. And the regular Tri-land version is priced between $8 and $8.50.


Update April 29 at 9:40am CT: All prices were updated following the release of Streets of New Capenna.

Update May 12 at 10:30am CT: All prices were updated for the Streets of New Capenna most expensive cards.