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Several new discounts have gone live for My Nintendo members in Europe. Highlights include Pocket Card Jockey, Miitopia, Rhythm Paradise Megamix, Pop’n TwinBee Rainbow Bell Adventures, and more.

The full lineup is as follows:

A single new discount has been added to My Nintendo in North America. For 40 Gold Points, you can save 50% on Dillon’s Rolling Western.

Order the reward on My Nintendo here. It can be redeemed until May 11.

A few new Starter Guides can now be redeemed on My Nintendo. Guides for Super Mario Odyssey, Metroid: Samus Returns, Splatoon 2, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe are available for 75 Platinum Points each.

Note that these guides aren’t the complete versions. They provide introductory information as opposed to laying everything out entirely.

In any case, these rewards can be redeemed on My Nintendo here.

It’s the start of a new month, which means some new rewards have gone live on My Nintendo. Here’s what’s new on the European site:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: The Open World 3DS Home Menu Theme – 20 Gold Points

30% off Super C (NES Virtual Console on Wii U and 3DS) – 50 Platinum Points

20% off F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (GBA Virtual Console on Wii U) – 30 Platinum Points

30% off Kirby’s Blowout Blast (3DS) – 20 Gold Points

40% off Super Mario Galaxy (Wii U) – 80 Gold Points

40% off Nintendo Selects: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. (3DS) – 80 Gold Points

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A number of new rewards are now available on My Nintendo in North America. Several coupons are up for grabs, along with a Mario-themed wallpaper and April calendar. Super Mario Bros. 3 and Pilotwings Resort are among the discounts.

The full lineup of rewards is as follows:

A new set of rewards are up for grabs in My Nintendo. Along with digital games, Nintendo has added in a wallpaper.

First up, in North America, you can use your points on the following titles for 3DS and Wii U:

My Nintendo has added in a number of rewards in Europe. Along with discounts, a few 3DS themes are now available.

Here’s the full roundup:

A trio of new rewards can be redeemed over on My Nintendo over on North America.

First, a Kirby Star Allies wallpaper is up for 50 Platinum Points. Super Mario 3D Land and Paper Mario: Sticker Star Prima guides are also on the site. These can be redeemed for 20 Gold Points each.

You can find these rewards on My Nintendo here.

Update: With this update, the Switch eShop has also been updated to show how many gold points can be earned from a digital purchase.

Original: Nintendo recently announced that it would be possible to use My Nintendo Gold Points when purchasing digital games on Switch. This is going into effect starting today, which should be as soon as maintenance ends (roughly 90 minutes from now).

The way this works is that Switch owners can get 5% back on digital purchases and 1% back on games bought physically. You’ll be able to apply Gold Points to purchases during checkout on the eShop or on Nintendo’s website. 1 Gold Point amounts to 1 cent. Another way of putting this: if you pay $59.99 for a game on the eShop, you’ll earn 300 Gold Points, which can be $3.00 towards your next purchase.

Here’s the full rundown from Nintendo:

It’s officially the start of March. In just a couple of days, the Switch will be celebrating its first anniversary.

This has important implications for My Nintendo. If you picked up a physical copy of a game during Switch’s launch like Zelda: Breath of the Wild, don’t forget to register it on the website. Per Nintendo’s guideline, Gold Points need to be claimed within one year of the game’s original release date. If you attempt to register Breath of the Wild on March 4 – a day after the initial launch – you’ll be out of luck.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Bomberman R, Skylanders: Imaginators, 1-2 Switch, and Just Dance 2017 were Switch’s launch games. We’re pointing out the obvious, but the one-year rule also applies to every Switch title going forward.

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