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Digital Switch game + 1 Year Switch Online from £58.99 @ Nintendo eShop (Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Smash Ultimate, Splatoon 2, Mario Maker 2)
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Digital Switch game + 1 Year Switch Online from £58.99 @ Nintendo eShop (Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Smash Ultimate, Splatoon 2, Mario Maker 2)

£58.99£67.9813%Nintendo Shop Deals
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Posted 16th Sep

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

3295047.jpgBuy the digital version one of these Nintendo Switch games from the Nintendo eShop and you can choose to add a Nintendo Switch Online Individual 1 Year Membership (family membership for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe) for a reduced price!






Remember! Nintendo Switch Online Memberships can be stacked for up to 3 years - if you already have 3 years of membership stacked, you may not be able to purchase one of these bundles.

For now these are the only four games that are included in the offer. More games may be added in the future, this is a good offer for someone that mainly or only buys digital games and is looking to buy, renew or extend their Nintendo Switch Online Membership

Enjoy your gaming! 🎮
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Would work out cheaper with CDkeys credit. £51.98 for £60 worth of credit.

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You are probably better getting the online free from Prime though or buying it at £15. You can use the CDkeys credit then for the two game vouchers for £84 which is a much better deal. With the credit the game vouchers would cost £77.97 and leave you with £6 credit leftover.
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 16th Sep
ThePointyEnd16/09/2019 13:05

Would work out cheaper with CDkeys credit. £51.98 for £60 worth of credit. …Would work out cheaper with CDkeys credit. £51.98 for £60 worth of credit. https://www.cdkeys.com/nintendo/eshop-topup-cards/nintendo-eshop-card-30


You would still be purchasing the games from Nintendo as the credit is used on the eShop

Buying credit to use on the eShop is definitely a great way to save on digital games. I got £30 credit for £23.99 the other day using CDKeys
Edited by: "andrewworrall1" 16th Sep
Nice to see Nintendo doing this, but when you can buy membership for £15 and the games for around £40 it doesn't really save you anything.
You can get a physical copy of Super Mario Maker 2 including a year of Nintendo Online membership for £42.95, which is much better value if you want that particular game and prefer physical media.

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andrewworrall116/09/2019 13:07

You would still be purchasing the games from Nintendo as the credit is …You would still be purchasing the games from Nintendo as the credit is used on the eShopBuying credit to use on the eShop is definitely a great way to save on digital games. I got £30 credit for £23.99 the other day using CDKeys


Just saying this deal would be cheaper using CDkeys credit rather than your own money via card or Paypal.
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 16th Sep
ThePointyEnd16/09/2019 13:05

Would work out cheaper with CDkeys credit. £51.98 for £60 worth of credit. …Would work out cheaper with CDkeys credit. £51.98 for £60 worth of credit. https://www.cdkeys.com/nintendo/eshop-topup-cards/nintendo-eshop-card-30You are probably better getting the online free from Prime though or buying it at £15. You can use the CDkeys credit then for the two game vouchers for £84 which is a much better deal. With the credit the game vouchers would cost £77.97 and leave you with £6 credit leftover.


2 games for £84 - How ?
ThePointyEnd16/09/2019 15:06

If you have online you can get two vouchers for £84 from the online …If you have online you can get two vouchers for £84 from the online section on your switch. https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Support/Nintendo-Switch/Nintendo-Switch-Game-Vouchers-FAQ-1560656.html


Does this include all games - example the new zelda (coming out soon) and pokemon sword ??
crippsy8316/09/2019 16:51

Does this include all games - example the new zelda (coming out soon) and …Does this include all games - example the new zelda (coming out soon) and pokemon sword ??



Works on any Nintendo published games so yes will work with those. I used one on the new Zelda.
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 16th Sep
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