So as to not further dilute the Trial of the Planes Discussion, bringing this over here.
The discussion began with my questioning whether a half price booster from the Trial of the Planes was better than saving up for the Premium Pack.
You'll have to forgive me because I do not have my phone so I can't quote the interface directly, but I was operating under the impression that the advantage of Super and Premium packs is that each tier up came with better odds of pulling rarer cards. So better rates for uncommon, rare, mythic. Otherwise the price is exactly the same on each tier with the exception that Premium also comes with an additional rare.
This makes sense to me, as that is why you would save up to the 300 crystals (or whatever the price for super pack is). Better odds for better cards, sign me up. Otherwise, you only really need the single booster option and the premium pack option, as the super pack is redundant.
So, question 1 to answer: Do Premium packs also come with better odds at pulling higher quality cards?@Brigby any chance I could get an official answer if this is the case with super packs and premium packs?
----Second: On the discussion of Trial of the Planes discount.
IF a premium pack has better odds attached to it, is getting a pretty much guaranteed normal booster at half price better than saving up for the premium pack which also comes with a rare?
So it seems that there is no statistical difference from the amount of data between any of the packs. The only good thing is that the premium comes with the guaranteed rare.
It would still be nice to receive an official word. It doesn't seem like something that needs to be obscured if they are advertising it as such. We will see if anything comes but I'm not holding my breath.