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Hearthstone: How to buy multiple packs with gold

Here's how to spend your gold wisely.

If you’ve been playing Hearthstone for a long time now, diligently completing quests everyday and competing in the Arena regularly, you’ll likely have quite a bit of gold going spare.

If you also have the willpower to hoard mountains of gold for an expansion release, then not only do we salute you, but you’re also probably wondering how to buy multiple card packs with your hard earned gold reserves.

To help you out, we’ll run you through the process below.

How to buy multiple packs with gold in Hearthstone

Once you’ve logged in and you’re at the home screen, click the “Shop” icon at the bottom left of the screen.

Scroll down until you reach the “Card Packs” tab and you’ll see two columns featuring all of the card packs which have released over the years. The latest expansion - currently Descent of Dragons - will be right at the top, and it’s likely this is the one you’re looking to spend your hard-earned gold on.

Click the pack and you’ll be greeted by a list which says how many packs you’ll get for your money. Right at the top of this list you’ll see a “1 Pack for 100 gold” tab. Double click this tab and a prompt will appear which’ll ask you how many packs you’d like to buy. You can’t exceed 50, but you can put in an exact figure.

Say you want to buy 30 packs, simply type in 30, press enter and it’ll calculate the gold cost automatically. Click “Buy” and you’re done!

Hearthstone's latest expansion Descent of Dragons is now live! Make sure you have a glance at our Deck Tier List for the very best decks in the meta, as well as our Best Budget Decks guide if you don't want to fork out too much cash.

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