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£30 Nintendo e-Shop card for £26.99 at CDKeys

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Posted 27th Oct

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CDKeys are doing a £30 Nintendo e-Shop card for the price of £26.99! Free money!

You can redeem your credit by visiting the Nintendo eShop on your Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS family system or Wii U.
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Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month.
Been as low as £23.99
Edited by: "westy90" 27th Oct
Can't argue with free money!
noahsdad27/10/2019 14:18

Is generally how it is, it defies logic in one aspect that digital games …Is generally how it is, it defies logic in one aspect that digital games tend to generally be more expensive (not always). However people are obviously paying top dollar in today modern consumerism society which is all about convenience, and as such are encouraging the ridiculous digital pricing. I have seen posts on HUKD before that putting a cart into the switch is too much hard work and effort, or you save 6 secs load time, so better to buy digital.... Gave the deal heat anyway, any possible discounts for the overpriced eShop are always welcome information for me.


But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital games are lowered to a price that will never be reached by physical. Hollow Knight £5 is one example. Sure, 1st party games are almost always cheaper to buy physical, but there's a place for digital games and games such as Bastion and Transistor for £3, Rayman for £7.50 and the Steamworld games for £2 or £3 show there's great value to be had by buying digital.
westy9027/10/2019 14:05

Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. …Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. Been as low as £23.99


That was glorious. £71.97 for £90 digital credit.
Two games for £84 digital credit, with £6 left over and a further £4 back in coinage.
Ultimately that was £71.97 for Link’s Awakening, Luigi’s Mansion, and £10 digital credit.
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Can't argue with free money!
Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month.
Been as low as £23.99
Edited by: "westy90" 27th Oct
westy9027/10/2019 14:05

Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. …Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. Been as low as £23.99



Fair one! Never seen it myself. Saw it whilst browsing, figured someone might benefit from it
Standard price at CDKeys this but still better than £30 so a deal. Keep an eye out for when CDKeys do an actual reduction on their normal price though.
When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega expensive and much cheaper to get the physical game cards online new or second hand

Apart from convenience and maybe the switch games being better priced what am I missing here?
fiffio10127/10/2019 14:10

When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega …When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega expensive and much cheaper to get the physical game cards online new or second handApart from convenience and maybe the switch games being better priced what am I missing here?



Nothing much. Digital is more expensive most of the time and people just pay the premium for convenience.
fiffio10127/10/2019 14:10

When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega …When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega expensive and much cheaper to get the physical game cards online new or second handApart from convenience and maybe the switch games being better priced what am I missing here?



Good for when Switch games are on sale/if you prefer digital I guess.
fiffio10127/10/2019 14:10

When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega …When I last went on to look at 2ds xl games the games were all mega expensive and much cheaper to get the physical game cards online new or second handApart from convenience and maybe the switch games being better priced what am I missing here?


Is generally how it is, it defies logic in one aspect that digital games tend to generally be more expensive (not always). However people are obviously paying top dollar in today modern consumerism society which is all about convenience, and as such are encouraging the ridiculous digital pricing. I have seen posts on HUKD before that putting a cart into the switch is too much hard work and effort, or you save 6 secs load time, so better to buy digital....

Gave the deal heat anyway, any possible discounts for the overpriced eShop are always welcome information for me.
Do they have any offers atm on lower amounts of E-shop credit? I might get a couple of the characters or the pass itself for SSB Ultimate but want to pay less if possible.
Edited by: "Realhoneyman" 27th Oct
Realhoneyman27/10/2019 14:21

Do they have any offers atm on lower amounts of E-shop credit? I might get …Do they have any offers atm on lower amounts of E-shop credit? I might get a couple of the characters or the pass itself for SSB Ultimate but want to pay less if possible.


Only 1%. I know 1% is 1% but didnt feel like it was a justified posting

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noahsdad27/10/2019 14:18

Is generally how it is, it defies logic in one aspect that digital games …Is generally how it is, it defies logic in one aspect that digital games tend to generally be more expensive (not always). However people are obviously paying top dollar in today modern consumerism society which is all about convenience, and as such are encouraging the ridiculous digital pricing. I have seen posts on HUKD before that putting a cart into the switch is too much hard work and effort, or you save 6 secs load time, so better to buy digital.... Gave the deal heat anyway, any possible discounts for the overpriced eShop are always welcome information for me.


But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital games are lowered to a price that will never be reached by physical. Hollow Knight £5 is one example. Sure, 1st party games are almost always cheaper to buy physical, but there's a place for digital games and games such as Bastion and Transistor for £3, Rayman for £7.50 and the Steamworld games for £2 or £3 show there's great value to be had by buying digital.
pirate127/10/2019 14:28

But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital …But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital games are lowered to a price that will never be reached by physical. Hollow Knight £5 is one example. Sure, 1st party games are almost always cheaper to buy physical, but there's a place for digital games and games such as Bastion and Transistor for £3, Rayman for £7.50 and the Steamworld games for £2 or £3 show there's great value to be had by buying digital.


Good points
pirate127/10/2019 14:28

But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital …But there's many digital only games, and some of the reductions on digital games are lowered to a price that will never be reached by physical. Hollow Knight £5 is one example. Sure, 1st party games are almost always cheaper to buy physical, but there's a place for digital games and games such as Bastion and Transistor for £3, Rayman for £7.50 and the Steamworld games for £2 or £3 show there's great value to be had by buying digital.



Hollow Knight
Is hollow knight good? I’m like those digital only gamers, I don’t read reviews anymore lol.
passingthroughtoday27/10/2019 14:43

Is hollow knight good? I’m like those digital only gamers, I don’t read rev …Is hollow knight good? I’m like those digital only gamers, I don’t read reviews anymore lol.



I played it last year and it was my game of the year. Absolutely loved everything about it! I'd recommend not looking into it and just playing it. There's no set way to do that game, which is part of the fun
pirate127/10/2019 14:28

But there's many digital only games


Yes there is, but obviously the discussion was about digital v physical pricing, and can't compare if a physical version does not exist.

I agree with other point yes, there is a place for digital, that is not in question by anyone (I think).

However I would suggest the best value will always be with physical game purchases, as you have a tangible asset then, something that you sell on in future, or trade with, or something that perhaps might just even have good collectible value.
Do Nintendo do an equivalent to the Xbox game pass? Can’t seem to find anything. I like the fact I can pay a small monthly fee to access lots of games, rather than buy games all the time when my son gets bored of the one he’s playing
yespleasesir27/10/2019 15:59

Do Nintendo do an equivalent to the Xbox game pass? Can’t seem to find a …Do Nintendo do an equivalent to the Xbox game pass? Can’t seem to find anything. I like the fact I can pay a small monthly fee to access lots of games, rather than buy games all the time when my son gets bored of the one he’s playing


Not currently. There's the SNES and NES games which you can play with NSO subscription and also Tetris 99. Hopefully more will be included with the online subscription soon.
Edited by: "pirate1" 27th Oct
pirate127/10/2019 16:08

Not currently. There's the SNES and NES games which you can play with NSO …Not currently. There's the SNES and NES games which you can play with NSO subscription and also Tetris 99. Hopefully more will be included with the online subscription soon.


Thanks for the info. Didn’t think there was. Xbox it is then !
noahsdad27/10/2019 15:15

Yes there is, but obviously the discussion was about digital v physical …Yes there is, but obviously the discussion was about digital v physical pricing, and can't compare if a physical version does not exist.I agree with other point yes, there is a place for digital, that is not in question by anyone (I think).However I would suggest the best value will always be with physical game purchases, as you have a tangible asset then, something that you sell on in future, or trade with, or something that perhaps might just even have good collectible value.


No one who uses the site is unaware of physical resale value.

I have a 200Gb MicroSD full of 40 Nintendo first party games which I never intend to resell (including many digital only releases). Nice to have that library on a portable device. All of which we use on multiple devices with family sharing.

So you’re howling at the moon going on about physical on a listing for eStore credit.
Edited by: "HeyPablo" 27th Oct
HeyPablo27/10/2019 18:56

No one who uses the site is unaware of physical resale value. I have a …No one who uses the site is unaware of physical resale value. I have a 200Gb MicroSD full of 40 Nintendo first party games which I never intend to resell (including many digital only releases). Nice to have that library on a portable device. All of which we use on multiple devices with family sharing. So you’re howling at the moon going on about physical on a listing for eStore credit.



I don't know what your talking about, but its like you didn't read the thread in its entirety. Nice seasonal timing with the werewolf story though
noahsdad27/10/2019 19:03

I don't know what your talking about, but its like you didn't read the …I don't know what your talking about, but its like you didn't read the thread in its entirety. Nice seasonal timing with the werewolf story though


I just heard someone banging on about physical resale value on a digital deal. Yawn.
HeyPablo27/10/2019 19:15

I just heard someone banging on about physical resale value on a digital …I just heard someone banging on about physical resale value on a digital deal. Yawn.


And did you also hear the person that was querying the price of physical/digital, was being replied to by the person you have stated was allegedly banging on about physical resale value? Did you also hear that person say there is a place for digital? But is probably more convenient not to hear sometimes, or to hear what you want to hear? Maybe that person even has digital games!

We get from your 2000 Zigabyte Micra SD of millions of games you never plan to sell that are digital only, you are quite happy with your digital collection. That's fantastic. So perhaps chill out and enjoy your digital gaming (and maybe bother to read through the conversation of a deal thread next time before going on the digital/physical witch hunt trip).
yespleasesir27/10/2019 16:16

Thanks for the info. Didn’t think there was. Xbox it is then !


Nintendo exist in a weird ecosystem in the gaming world separate from the PlayStation and Xbox and thusly don't really *have* to compete with them and offer equivalent services.
westy9027/10/2019 14:05

Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. …Been this price for roughly the past 3 months and gets posted every month. Been as low as £23.99


That was glorious. £71.97 for £90 digital credit.
Two games for £84 digital credit, with £6 left over and a further £4 back in coinage.
Ultimately that was £71.97 for Link’s Awakening, Luigi’s Mansion, and £10 digital credit.
silvercondor27/10/2019 19:56

That was glorious. £71.97 for £90 digital credit.Two games for £84 digital …That was glorious. £71.97 for £90 digital credit.Two games for £84 digital credit, with £6 left over and a further £4 back in coinage.Ultimately that was £71.97 for Link’s Awakening, Luigi’s Mansion, and £10 digital credit.



love this.
Get these discounted £30 eShop vouchers while you can! They will be from the consoles which incuded the voucher, so only a finite supply
Will use mine to eventually buy GRID.
Heat added.
heat added, a little bit for free is always good
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