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10% off Nintendo eShop codes at PayPal gifts, £50 credit for £45.00

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£50 Nintendo eShop code for £45.00 at PayPal gifts. Use the Nintendo eShop Fund code to top up your Nintendo Points or Nintendo eShop funds. Goes perfectly with the end of year sale thread: http… Read More
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7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago
£50 Nintendo eShop code for £45.00 at PayPal gifts.

Use the Nintendo eShop Fund code to top up your Nintendo Points or Nintendo eShop funds.

Goes perfectly with the end of year sale thread: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nintendo-wii-u-3ds-eshop-year-end-discounts-ubisoft-nordic-circle-other-publishers-2577016

No expiry date in the terms, but other offers running on the PayPal gifts site expire 6pm on Christmas Eve.

Terms:
To redeem the Nintendo eShop Fund code, you must have a European version of a Wii U™, Wii™, Nintendo DSi™, Nintendo DSi™ XL, Nintendo 3DS™ or Nintendo 3DS™ XL, a broadband wireless internet connection and register a shop account on the respective console (shop terms and conditions apply). Redemption is subject to the availability of the respective shop service. For more information on the applicable terms visit ms.nintendo-europe.com/terms/. For information on the Nintendo eShop Fund code, visit http://www.nintendo.eu.
The code:
(a) can only be redeemed via a shop using the same currency as that used to purchase the code;
(b) can only be redeemed once and at its full value; the value of the code cannot be split across different Nintendo consoles or between different shop accounts; and
(c) cannot be exchanged, refunded or otherwise redeemed for cash.
In all cases, follow the on-screen instructions and enter the code carefully as directed.
These terms are also available at http://ms.nintendo-europe.com/terms/
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#1
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
#2
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
it had better!
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.


I am really debating getting this now as I am wanting to get dragon quest 8 when thats out on 3ds as always having that on my console would be great for me. but I have so many games already debating waiting until that game is cheaper, plus having just spent so much money for christmas I should restrain myself, I did work out this is only saving £0.60 compared to buying eshop credit at cdkeys, however they are often out of stock, so I am very on the fence.

in terms of the deal though probably the cheapest you will ever find on nintendo credit.
1 Like #3
phil36
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.

The switch only has one screen, the Wii U has 2, so backwards compatibility is very unlikely with Wii U games i would have thought :(


Edited By: MrJed on Dec 19, 2016 22:49
1 Like #4
Is this only on the £50 card? Wouldn't mind picking up £25 for a couple of games, but even that would leave me with change, £50 is a bit too much.
#5
MrJed
phil36
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.
The switch only has one screen, the Wii U has 2, so backwards compatibility is very unlikely with Wii U games i would have thought :(
splatoon and mario kart are both going to be on the switch, I know that some titles will work I dont know about all yet, I was thinking of eshop titles i have though or nes-wii games
#6
phil36
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
it had better!
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.
The Switch and the Wii U have both completely different hardware, architectures, and operating systems. Backward compatibility has already been ruled out - and is not really possible anyway. Which is why I'll hang on to my Wii U when I get the Switch. Nintendo has also always maintained that the Switch isn't the replacement to the Wii U (even if >90% of the gaming populace doesn't agree), so making the Switch backwards compatible is in direct contrast to that stance.

Edited By: jsty3105 on Dec 20, 2016 00:22
1 Like #7
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
NNIDs and the Nintendo Account were conceived to be their steps towards an account-based system. The Switch would demonstrate the next phase in their eShop development and I would bet good money that it would continue using the eShop, just an improved version.

After all, the merging of the 3DS and Wii U eShop funds were part of their development plans to unify the eShops and accounts.
#8
does anyone know when does this expire?
#9
seems to have expired - doesn't work for me...
#10
wanny8888
does anyone know when does this expire?

PayPal are also running iTunes offers alongside this - and those offers expire 6pm on Christmas Eve. There's no expiry date on this one but I would purchase before 6pm 24/12.
1 Like #11
jsty3105
Nintendo has also always maintained that the Switch isn't the replacement to the Wii U

And yet, Nintendo have stopped games development and stopped manufacturing the WiiU. It is a replacement, they just don't want to P off all the WiiU owners (and buyers of the remaining stock). Hence their rather bizarre claim.
#12
dealer3
wanny8888
does anyone know when does this expire?

PayPal are also running iTunes offers alongside this - and those offers expire 6pm on Christmas Eve. There's no expiry date on this one but I would purchase before 6pm 24/12.


thx gd to know!
#13
Got an email this morning with the various deals already posted
Save 10% on a £50 and £100 iTunes gift code
Save 10% on a 12 month Apple Music Subscription gift code (£89.10 instead of £99)

The T&Cs (for all 3) state - * PayPal Digital Gifts:
1. Offers are available from Tuesday, 20th December 2016 12:01 am GMT to Saturday, 24th December 2016 17:59 pm GMT only while supplies last; limited quantity of codes available for these offers. PayPal Digital Gifts may withdraw or vary these offers at any time and for any reason.
2. The benefit derived from this offer is non-transferable, not redeemable for cash and not for resale.
3. The benefit derived from this offer may not be combined with other coupons or discounts.
4. PayPal Digital Gifts is the organiser of this promotion. Neither Apple nor Nintendo are participants in or sponsors of this promotion.

Edited By: Steve353 on Dec 20, 2016 09:17
#14
Yas
jsty3105
Nintendo has also always maintained that the Switch isn't the replacement to the Wii U

And yet, Nintendo have stopped games development and stopped manufacturing the WiiU. It is a replacement, they just don't want to P off all the WiiU owners (and buyers of the remaining stock). Hence their rather bizarre claim.

I'm with you on this. Damage control from Nintendo considering the relatively short life-span of the Wii U.

Edited By: jsty3105 on Dec 20, 2016 11:19
#15
phil36
MrJed
phil36
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.
The switch only has one screen, the Wii U has 2, so backwards compatibility is very unlikely with Wii U games i would have thought :(
splatoon and mario kart are both going to be on the switch, I know that some titles will work I dont know about all yet, I was thinking of eshop titles i have though or nes-wii games

They are not going to be the same versions though? A bit like the new Wooly Yoshi game on 3DS has lots of adjustments and extras rather than a straight copy of the Wii U version.

I'd be surprised in Mario Kart 8 for example if there was not a new cup or two i.e. new tracks, along with some new characters. It would make sense for them to sort out the dreadful battle modes too, and have battle mode arenas. Maybe even subtle adjustments like the ability to keep a spare item at your bum will be made.
#16
jsty3105
Yas
jsty3105
Nintendo has also always maintained that the Switch isn't the replacement to the Wii U
And yet, Nintendo have stopped games development and stopped manufacturing the WiiU. It is a replacement, they just don't want to P off all the WiiU owners (and buyers of the remaining stock). Hence their rather bizarre claim.
I'm with you on this. Damage control from Nintendo considering the relatively short life-span of the Wii U.
I'm kind of seeing it as wiiU was a prototype to the switch, im mad wiiu never got it's own zelda title (hyrule warriors was a bigger game on the 3ds weirdly) but still excited for the switch.

Edited By: phil36 on Dec 20, 2016 13:54
#17
noahsdad
phil36
MrJed
phil36
ChrisIW
I wonder if Switch will use the same eShop funds.
I am hoping the catalog will be the same as the wiiU as I have acouple of digital titles already, assuming it is fully backwards compatible.
The switch only has one screen, the Wii U has 2, so backwards compatibility is very unlikely with Wii U games i would have thought :(
splatoon and mario kart are both going to be on the switch, I know that some titles will work I dont know about all yet, I was thinking of eshop titles i have though or nes-wii games
They are not going to be the same versions though? A bit like the new Wooly Yoshi game on 3DS has lots of adjustments and extras rather than a straight copy of the Wii U version.

I'd be surprised in Mario Kart 8 for example if there was not a new cup or two i.e. new tracks, along with some new characters. It would make sense for them to sort out the dreadful battle modes too, and have battle mode arenas. Maybe even subtle adjustments like the ability to keep a spare item at your bum will be made.
when they ported hyrule warriors to 3ds that got a ton of extra content unavailable to wiiu for some reason, didn't know about yoshi's wooly world though.
they will probably add additional features to mario kart like you say, not sure about splatoon though as they updated that so frequently would that mean additional content on the switch would be from the start or would they do periodic releases again?
The servers for both games are going to have to be compatible with wiiU players though I would imagine or the player pool will be quite small at least initially.
I hope if the games are different they will get an update title like mario kart 8.5 though.
#18
phil36
I hope if the games are different they will get an update title like mario kart 8.5 though.

Would make sense but I doubt it. Reminds me of when I was watching Rouge One the other day, I was thinking to myself why is this not called Star Wars Episode 3.5.

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