Coin master Card Rarity: The rarest cards in coin master

Last Updated: July 6, 2022 @ 13:31
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In Coin Master, cards become rarer based on their position and value in card sets. For instance, typically, cards that complete card sets are harder to acquire than the rest of the cards in the same card set.

In this post, we have compiled a list of Coin Master cards in descending rarity order. Remember that most Coin Master cards are not easy to get. However, cards in the higher rarity tiers are far more challenging to obtain than those on the lower ones.

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Below you will find all the cards in Coin Master split into rarity tiers; Very Rare, High Rare, Rare, Low Rare, and Very Low Rare.

Very Rare Cards

  • Archery Camp
  • Bar Hopper
  • Berly
  • Blizz
  • Camelot Tent
  • Captain Nash
  • Catness
  • Cosmic Carl
  • Crusader
  • Dante the Devout
  • Golden Trophy
  • Haunted Harriet
  • Hotrod
  • Jolly Jasper
  • Knight Guard
  • Lucky Lance
  • Model Z
  • Other Routes 66
  • Pig Knight
  • Punky
  • Scotty Squire
  • Spike
  • Spooky Simon
  • The Beast
  • Top Knut

High Rare Cards

  • Amphibious Abe
  • Dr. Ashtear
  • Dr. Wicked
  • Elder Elk
  • First Prize
  • Hobby Horse
  • Little Luca
  • Machine Heart
  • Mastermind
  • Mythical Tune
  • Santa
  • Satyr
  • Skull Island
  • Stabilizer Core

Mid Rare Cards

  • Andromeda
  • Armstrong
  • Baby Triss
  • Barrel Tank
  • Fighting Fred
  • Gentle Delphi
  • Kingsfoil
  • Lenny the Lefty
  • Mellow Lisa
  • Painters Palette
  • Pop Art Poppa
  • Tall Tim
  • Torero

Low Rare Cards

  • Cheerful Chad
  • Darlin Dolly
  • Evidence
  • Flamingo
  • Fondue
  • Genie
  • Gnome House
  • Jovial Jade
  • Little Lenya
  • Marble Man
  • Martian Lettuce
  • Medusa
  • Merry Matilda
  • Mythical Dome
  • Phantom
  • Rapunzel
  • Regal Richard
  • Robo Boot
  • Santa's Helper
  • Santa's Sled
  • Scarecrow
  • Silent Shrine
  • Silverback

Very Low Rare Cards

  • African Warrior
  • Aztec Princess
  • Builder Beaver
  • Caring Cathy
  • Chilito
  • Cleopatra
  • Creaky Crow
  • Diablo
  • El Tiger
  • Excalibur
  • Farmer Feng
  • Fighting Monk
  • Flamur, the Flutist
  • Frida
  • Holy Monk
  • Jelly Fish
  • Kettle
  • Magic Tree
  • Martian Wine
  • Mastership
  • Mighty Wizard
  • Nessie
  • Olympias
  • Pink Eddy
  • Portly Pete
  • Savvy Sancho
  • Smoking Pipe
  • Sneaky Jaguar
  • Toto

This is everything you need to know about Coin Master cards and card rarities! While you are here though, you may want to have a look at our Coin Master free spins list, the complete list of Coin Master Village costs, our Coin Master Boom Villages guide, and our Coin Master beginners' guide!

FAQ

What is the set blast event in Coin Master

During the Set Blast Event each Card Set you complete will yield higher rewards!

What is the cards Boom Event in Coin master?

During the Cards Boom Event each chest you open will reward you with 50% more cards. For instance, the Wooden chest will reward players with 3 cards, the Golden will reward players with 6, and the Magical Chest will earn you twelve cards!

How can i get coin Master cards?

The majority of cards are collected through chests that can be won at events, found during raids, or purchased with coins. However, you can also trade cards with other players to complete sets faster!

How can I Trade gold cards?

Players can only trade Gold Cards during limited-time special events. When such an event comes up, only two designated Gold Cards will be available for trades. Players that have duplicates of one of the two can trade one of them to get the other Gold Card.

What are Diamond Cards?

Diamond cards are the rarest cards in a card set. Those can still be obtained during events or buy opening Mystery Chests, but they are harder to come across. Diamond Cards also reward you with more stars than the rest.

Why Am I not Finding any new cards?

Cards are spread across Coin Master villages, so it is important to stay in villages long enough to get all of them before moving forward to the next village. However, not finding any cards is a clear indication that you have found all the cards on the village tier you currently are, so it's time to upgrade your village to move up to the next tier and start farming for a new card set!

Just make sure that you open enough chests to complete your set before moving, as it will be harder to do so in higher-level villages.

What is a Joker card?

Joker cards are extremely rare but also very unique. Players can transform a Joker card into any card in the game, including Gold cards!

What are seasonal Card Sets?

Seasonal card sets are available during the Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall events. Players can acquire those cards and complete the sets while the season is live. You can only get seasonal cards from chests during the season. Additionally, you can only transform a Joker Card into a card that is part of the seasonal set while the season is live.

Once the season is finished you will not be able to transform a Joker Card into a seasonal card of that season. Additionally, you can only trade Seasonal Cards during Gold Trade events, and only when the season of those cards is live. As you can tell completing seasonal card sets can be very challenging so be prepared!