Originally founded in 1899 in Kyoto, Japan, Nintendo mostly produced traditional Japanese playing cards called Hanafuda. However, they started developing video games in the 1970s and haven't looked back since. They are now one of the largest video game producers in the world, and have created several different consoles.
Nintendo offers a variety of deals and sales to help you save money on all the newest video games and consoles.
Nintendo Sales & Deals Page
Nintendo keeps all of their current offers online on their Sales & Deals page. The promotions change all the time, offering great savings to loyal customers. Sometimes, these deals include a certain amount of in-store credit when you purchase specified products. Other times, you can save on Nintendo games and pre-orders. Because these offers are always changing, it is vital to check back often so you don't miss any deals or Nintendo discount codes.
Nintendo allows you to earn points that give you particular benefits and rewards. There are two types of points: Gold and Platinum. You earn Gold rewards whenever you purchase a game. You can redeem them for any prize that requires them, such as Nintendo 3DS content or items in the Nintendo eShop. You can earn Platinum points in certain apps. These rewards are used to purchase extra content in their particular app. You can also obtain these when you take advantage of specific deals, use certain services, or use Nintendo coupons.
Nintendo Seasonal and Event Sales
Nintendo regularly has products on sale based on seasons, holidays and game related events. The exact amount you can save varies from game to game, but it's usually around 20% off. You can filter deal items by price and platform to find exactly what you're looking for. Stay in touch often for new savings and deals.
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