$10 eShop (US) Card £5.36 @ PCGamesupply
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$10 eShop (US) Card £5.36 @ PCGamesupply

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Found 27th Jul 2017
Not sure how well this will go down compared to the PSN flash sales, but I think it's not bad a deal. So hopefully help at least one person!

Credit card only and limited to one per account
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    Original Poster Banned
    BubaMan

    New to Nintendo Store (just got a Switch)...Do you need a US account or … New to Nintendo Store (just got a Switch)...Do you need a US account or can this be applied to a UK one?



    Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this

    -Create a seperate account, like you have on the PS4

    - Change the region of your Nintendo account

    I'd go with the first method, what I personally use. Easy to set up, and access the store. Once you've downloaded your purchase you can launch it using any account on your Switch.

    Here's how to create a new account for the US:

    1. Go to accounts.nintendo.com/ and create a new account
    2. Select the country and time zone of the store you wish to access
    3. On your switch console, create a new account and link your newly created Nintendo account to it.
    4. Access the eShop, you will be prompted to select which account to use for that session. Just pick which store you want to access

    The other method is a bit more tricky with using credit like this, as you either have to spend all the credit or contact Nintendo to switch the account region back to UK. It's more suited to just using credit or debit cards.
    Edited by: "Marcoos" 27th Jul 2017
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    Have a heat from me
    Splatoon 2 is $60 so this makes it around £32.

    Same for Arms, Zelda and MK8.

    Puyo Tetris is only $30 too.
    thanks used it towards overcooked
    Original Poster Banned
    HXCMARC

    Splatoon 2 is $60 so this makes it around £32.Same for Arms, Zelda and … Splatoon 2 is $60 so this makes it around £32.Same for Arms, Zelda and MK8. Puyo Tetris is only $30 too.



    One per account

    But I thought the same at first as well, would have bought a truck load!
    Edited by: "Marcoos" 27th Jul 2017
    Marcoos

    One per account


    Better get busy then!
    New to Nintendo Store (just got a Switch)...
    Do you need a US account or can this be applied to a UK one?
    Original Poster Banned
    BubaMan

    New to Nintendo Store (just got a Switch)...Do you need a US account or … New to Nintendo Store (just got a Switch)...Do you need a US account or can this be applied to a UK one?



    Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this

    -Create a seperate account, like you have on the PS4

    - Change the region of your Nintendo account

    I'd go with the first method, what I personally use. Easy to set up, and access the store. Once you've downloaded your purchase you can launch it using any account on your Switch.

    Here's how to create a new account for the US:

    1. Go to accounts.nintendo.com/ and create a new account
    2. Select the country and time zone of the store you wish to access
    3. On your switch console, create a new account and link your newly created Nintendo account to it.
    4. Access the eShop, you will be prompted to select which account to use for that session. Just pick which store you want to access

    The other method is a bit more tricky with using credit like this, as you either have to spend all the credit or contact Nintendo to switch the account region back to UK. It's more suited to just using credit or debit cards.
    Edited by: "Marcoos" 27th Jul 2017
    Marcoos20 m ago

    Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate …Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate account, like you have on the PS4- Change the region of your Nintendo accountI'd go with the first method, what I personally use. Easy to set up, and access the store. Once you've downloaded your purchase you can launch it using any account on your Switch. Here's how to create a new account for the US:1. Go to https://accounts.nintendo.com/ and create a new account2. Select the country and time zone of the store you wish to access3. On your switch console, create a new account and link your newly created Nintendo account to it.4. Access the eShop, you will be prompted to select which account to use for that session. Just pick which store you want to accessThe other method is a bit more tricky with using credit like this, as you either have to spend all the credit or contact Nintendo to switch the account region back to UK. It's more suited to just using credit or debit cards.

    Thanks and thanks for the deal
    Just 5 more of these to afford a Switch game
    Wow. Has anyone tried applying it to their account and actually using it to buy a game?
    never bought from pcgamesupply before. can anyone vouch for them?
    Marcoos

    Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate … Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate account, like you have on the PS4- Change the region of your Nintendo account.


    Have you tried playing the game on the same console but as a non-US user?
    Original Poster Banned
    joshtbh

    Have you tried playing the game on the same console but as a non-US user?



    Yes I have. When you launch the game it asks you which account to use. The Switch is region free..
    Edited by: "Marcoos" 27th Jul 2017
    Original Poster Banned
    tazziii

    never bought from pcgamesupply before. can anyone vouch for them?



    Search for pcgamesupply on here...
    Original Poster Banned
    joshtbh

    Wow. Has anyone tried applying it to their account and actually using it … Wow. Has anyone tried applying it to their account and actually using it to buy a game?



    Yes
    tazziii

    never bought from pcgamesupply before. can anyone vouch for them?


    I've bought multiple Karma Koins and a few eShops from them. They usually send it within 10mins. Sometimes theres a hold up or some orders go through security checks but they're fine.
    £7.66 now...
    Original Poster Banned
    ovisan

    £7.66 now...



    Still £5.36 when I look
    Marcoos

    Still £5.36 when I look



    That is odd...

    Never mind I thought it is for PSN
    Edited by: "ovisan" 27th Jul 2017
    Is it 1 per pcgamessupply account or can you only apply one per Nintendo account? I was wondering if I could buy a couple of these by making separate pcgamessupply accounts?
    Original Poster Banned
    TonyFresco

    Is it 1 per pcgamessupply account or can you only apply one per Nintendo … Is it 1 per pcgamessupply account or can you only apply one per Nintendo account? I was wondering if I could buy a couple of these by making separate pcgamessupply accounts?



    One per pcgamesupply account
    Can't really get more than one because I only have 1 mobile number.
    Marcoos13 h, 9 m ago

    Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate …Yes you need a US account. There's two ways to do this-Create a seperate account, like you have on the PS4- Change the region of your Nintendo accountI'd go with the first method, what I personally use. Easy to set up, and access the store. Once you've downloaded your purchase you can launch it using any account on your Switch. Here's how to create a new account for the US:1. Go to https://accounts.nintendo.com/ and create a new account2. Select the country and time zone of the store you wish to access3. On your switch console, create a new account and link your newly created Nintendo account to it.4. Access the eShop, you will be prompted to select which account to use for that session. Just pick which store you want to accessThe other method is a bit more tricky with using credit like this, as you either have to spend all the credit or contact Nintendo to switch the account region back to UK. It's more suited to just using credit or debit cards.


    Are there any drawbacks to the first method of having a separate account? It doesn't look like it (especially if you can access content from the seperate account in your main account), but I thought I would double check.
    Original Poster Banned
    kutekitty

    Are there any drawbacks to the first method of having a separate account? … Are there any drawbacks to the first method of having a separate account? It doesn't look like it (especially if you can access content from the seperate account in your main account), but I thought I would double check.



    The only real drawback of the seperate accounts per region method, is that your digital games are not tied to one account.

    The other method of switching region means all games are tied to one account.
    Original Poster Banned
    All over now
    Darn it! I keep missing these.
    Original Poster Banned
    ovisan

    That is odd...Never mind I thought it is for PSN



    PSN currently on sale
    What do you put for Zip Code if you buy anything?
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