£25 Nintendo eshop card £20.84 @ cdkeys (using Facebook code)
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£25 Nintendo eshop card £20.84 @ cdkeys (using Facebook code)

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Found 31st Jul 2015
£25 of eshop credit (for 3DS/Wii U) for £20.84, the cheapest it's been in a while.
Facebook code here: facebook.com/cdk…996

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About as cheap as eShop money has ever been, and the best deal you'll currently get. Heat!

FB code ?

Seriously the day after I buy some codes

Original Poster

GQ Man

FB code ?


It changes every 30 minutes, you'll find it here.

I will give you heat for that.

Thanks I've been waiting for this to go on offer again, Heat added.

I deleted my FB, anyone post a code please. I don't want anything at the moment but they're eventually going to add more N64 games.They have to.

Original Poster

sparc

I deleted my FB, anyone post a code please.


At the moment it's 1911233EXS but it could change soon (changes every 30 mins).

EDIT: You don't even need facebook to see the code - it's at this link (you can enter any e-mail address).
Edited by: "m3racer123" 31st Jul 2015

What is there possibly to buy on the wii U? I am serious, I have 40 quid on there which needs spending.

How are the mario kart DLC? will there be more?

Original Poster

MadonnaProject

What is there possibly to buy on the wii U? I am serious, I have 40 quid … What is there possibly to buy on the wii U? I am serious, I have 40 quid on there which needs spending.How are the mario kart DLC? will there be more?


i don't think there'll be any more Mario Kart DLC, so get that if you don't have it. There are also loads of games on Virtual Console - Metroid, Zelda, Donkey Kong etc.
Do you have the Metroid Prime trilogy?

Can this be used to pay for those virtual console n64 games? Zelda, mario 64 etc

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itsdavidjones1984

Can this be used to pay for those virtual console n64 games? Zelda, mario … Can this be used to pay for those virtual console n64 games? Zelda, mario 64 etc


Yes. (Only on Wii U or 3DS though)
Edited by: "m3racer123" 31st Jul 2015

m3racer123

Yes.



​boo-yah! But are they worth it do you know. They are my 2 fave games, well... Next to goldeneye.

How on earth does this 5% thing work?

m3racer123

i don't think there'll be any more Mario Kart DLC, so get that if you … i don't think there'll be any more Mario Kart DLC, so get that if you don't have it. There are also loads of games on Virtual Console - Metroid, Zelda, Donkey Kong etc.Do you have the Metroid Prime trilogy?



Yeah I finihed the MP games first on the gamecube then on the wii. Then got the trilogy and finished it on the wii. No point getting them on the wii u as they feel so dated now.

As for VC games, once I play a game there's no point getting it on the next console iteration esepcially if its the same graphics and experience.

However thank you for the advice, I shall get the mario kart dlc. Do nintendo have sales?

MadonnaProject

[quote=m3racer123]However thank you for the advice, I shall get the mario … [quote=m3racer123]However thank you for the advice, I shall get the mario kart dlc. Do nintendo have sales?



Rarely, if ever. The MK8 DLC is, in my opinion, a fantastic price.

The Sm4sh DLC however I feel is too expensive (particularly if you own both 3DS&Wii U versions).

Original Poster

itsdavidjones1984

How on earth does this 5% thing work?


You get the code here and apply it in the basket.
MadonnaProject

Do nintendo have sales?


Very rarely - I doubt the MK8 DLC will ever go on sale. It's a great price really, as you get 50% extra content (tracks), plus 9 different coloured Yoshis and Shy Guys

oos

God damn it, I've dreamed of an estore deal, and it's oos the moment it's hot.

The credit will eventually come back in stock but the problem of the UK eShop will probably stay. I know this might across as posting "LOL use US PSN store" in a PSN credit thread. There is nothing wrong the deal itself so this isn't saying it is a bad deal.

What problem? The exchange rate on the UK eShop is utterly appalling. €1=£0.90 is the basis used (something in reality you have to take a time machine to 2008 to see in reality).

In other words £25 of credit is equivalent to €27.78 yet if I were to spend £25 on a € using eShop (easily possible on a Wii U by making another user in a different country but on a 3DS you can only have one user and but making/linking an NNID is optional there though not having one means missing out on free things like demos so many people probably need this here) I would get over €33.

How does this offer stack up? Scaled up to £25 it is around €31. That difference is small and it might be worth it for you to only have a single UK NNID (as customer services might refuses to help with non-£ ones...though given UK and Ireland are handled by the same services and Ireland uses €...it might not be so bad). It is still a ridiculous situation that a deal has to be used to near parity with reality.

One area where it is better is NES and SNES Virtual Console games. On the Wii U eShop the UK prices are as they were on the Wii Shop channel (£3.50 and £5.60).

I have contacted customer services about this (and also the N64 VC not being grandfathered in price like the SNES and NES ones were) but they insist it is fair and due to logistics and VAT...a nonesensical canned response, why am I not surprised.
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