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What To Do With Gacha Tickets In Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission

What To Do With Gacha Tickets In Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission
Got some Gacha Tickets or Gacha Tickets (Rare)? This guide will tell you What To Do With Gacha Tickets In Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission as collecting this rare and valuable items is one of the best ways to unlock new and powerful cards, accessories and much, much more.

There are two types of tickets in SDBH. Gacha Tickets and Gacha Tickets (Rare). The differences are simple. One lets you access rewards from all rarity tiers while the other provides access to only the most are and valuable items. For this reason the Gacha Tickets (Rare) is the superior of the two but they are much harder to find.

What To Do With Gacha Tickets In Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] To use your Gacha Tickets simply navigate to the shop. You can open your Hero Switch by pressing + and then navigate through the menu until you see the Shop option. Enter the shop. When you first visit the shop you’ll get 10 Gacha Tickets and 1 Gacha Ticket (Rare), so even if you don’t have any tickets yet, it’s worth visiting.

From here you can choose to spend your tickets on cards or accessories. The choice is yours. It’s worth noting that spending the Gacha Ticket (Rare) on the Card Gacha only returns cards of SR rarity or higher, so it’s best to save your best tickets for the rarest cards.

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