Paradox Clash Tins 2024 – Release date & Info


What are the Paradox Clash Tins?

The Paradox Clash tins are a set of two Pokémon collection tins that are scheduled to release on 24th May 2024. The tins are the fourth set of collection tins to be released in the Scarlet and Violet series, the first set, Paldea Legends, released on 9th June, the second, Paldea Partners on 1st September 2023 and the third Paldean Fates released on 9th February 2024.


Paradox Clash Tins

The back of the tins explains the tins as ‘an epic clash of Past and Future: Powerful Paradox Pokémon arrive from the past and future to test their might as Pokémon ex! Traverse the Azure Seas with Walking Wake ex or deliver a Prism Edge attack with Iron Leaves. Whoever you choose to stand by, you’ll find even more helpful Pokémon and Trainer cards inside a handful of Pokémon TCG booster packs.’

The tins feature Ancient Pokémon Walking Wake and Future Pokémon Iron Leaves. The artwork for each tin reflects the colouring of each Pokémon which dominates the right side of the tin. A cut out section reveals the Promo card. 

The Paradox Clash tins are expected to retail for £21.99 in the UK and $26.99 in the US. There will be a different, vertical design for European tins as has happened in the past. 


What is inside the Paradox Clash Tins?

The contents of the tins are similar to previous collection tins:

Each tin will contain a Promo card –  SVP127 Walking Wake ex, SVP128 Iron Leaves ex.

A code card for the online game

5  Paldean Fates booster packs (4 in the European tins)


Are the Paradox Clash Tins good value for money?

Each International tin contains 5 Booster packs, a Promo Card and a code card for the online game., while the European tins contain 4 Booster packs, a Promo Card and a code card for the online game.

Individual booster packs generally retail for around £4.00 / $4.00. The Promo Cards feature shiny versions of ex Pokémon which should be popular and may sell on auction sites for around £5 in the UK and $5 in the US. 

Five Booster packs would therefore cost £20 / $20 while the Promo card would cost around £5 / $5 making a total of £25 / $25 slightly less than the recommended retail price.

For the European tins, four booster packs would cost £16 / $16, add £5 / $5 for the Promo card and again the total is slightly less than the recommended price.

For someone who collects tins this set represents a reasonable value for money. If, on the other hand, you are just looking for the individual products then it is probably cheaper to buy them individually.



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