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My Nintendo Paper Mario The Thousand-Year Door character notepad

A new physical reward is up on My Nintendo in celebration of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door heading to Switch. Members can now spend their points on a character notepad.

The notepad features characters from the game. Each notepad contains 20 different designs on 60 total pages. Additionally, it comes with a paper airplane and folding instructions.

A new physical reward just went up on My Nintendo based on Animal Crossing: New Horizons. If you have some Platinum Points lying around, you can get your hands on a leaf bandana. 

The bandana is inspired by Nook Inc. and is decked out with leaves. It’s 100% polyester and measures 23”x 16”. You can use it to tie something together, as a hair accessory, and more.

My Nintendo Mario pouch

MAR10 day is just around the corner, and it looks like My Nintendo is celebrating with a couple of new physical rewards in North America. In addition to a pouch, members can get their hands on new stickers.

The pouch lets fans store everyday essentials with a special design featuring Mario. It comes in at 6″ x 5″ and is made of vegan leather with nylon zipper closure.

Splatoon 3 Side Order My Nintendo reward

In celebration of the new Splatoon 3 Side Order DLC, a physical reward has just been added to My Nintendo. Currently it’s only available in North America.

Members can spend their points on a new sticker sheet. The tech stickers feature Agent 8, Pearl Drone, and a little Octoling. It measures 8.5″ x 11″. They can be placed on plastic and glass surfaces like a water bottle, laptop, window, a car, and more.

WarioWare Move It magnets My Nintendo

Tying in with the launch of WarioWare: Move It towards the end of last year, My Nintendo just added in a new set of magnets. Currently the news is for North America.

You’ll be getting an 8″x8″ magnet sheet here. Wario, Ashley, Red, 9-Volt, Orbulon, and Mona are all featured characters.

My Nintendo 2024 desktop calendar

My Nintendo has updated with a couple of new rewards, including a desktop calendar and holiday ornament. Currently they are only available in North America.

For the calendar, each month features different characters from a variety of Switch games. Nintendo specifically stated that Super Mario Bros. Wonder and Princess Peach: Showtime are two titles that can be found within the calendar. However, thanks to one of the graphics on the official site, we also know that Pikmin, Animal Crossing, Splatoon, Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, and Luigi’s Mansion are featured.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe vinyl sticker sheet #2

A second Mario Kart 8 Deluxe vinyl sticker sheet has been added on My Nintendo to close out this week. This goes along with the latest DLC for the game, which ends the Booster Course Pass.

The sheet can be used to decorate a laptop, windows, and more. It measures 8.5’’ x 11’’. Luigi, Daisy, Yoshi, and several items are included on the sheet.

My Nintendo Detective Pikachu cup

Another physical reward is now up on My Nintendo, with the rewards site adding a Detective Pikachu cup sleeve. Right now it’s available for North American members.

There’s not too much to say about the sleeve – obviously it’s inspired by the Switch game. Nintendo says it fits fits 16, 20, and 24 oz cups. The size comes in at 5’’ x 4’’.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder My Nintendo reward keychain

My Nintendo is celebrating the launch of Super Mario Bros. Wonder with a new physical reward, and members can spend their points on a new double keychain.

The keychain features Mario with a Wonder Flower along with Elephant Mario. Additionally, it has a colorful strap that shows off the new Elephant Fruit, Drill Mushroom, Wonder Flower, and Wonder Seed.

My Nintendo members in North America can get their hands on the latest physical reward, with the site adding a Super Mario shopping bag.

One side includes a selection of Super Mario characters and the classic Super Mario series logo on the other. Aside from the bag itself where you can obviously carry things, there’s another little wrinkle to it. Nintendo mentions that it can be folded into a Question Mark Box pocket that makes it compact and easy to carry. 

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