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Nintendo eshop black friday sale (u.s) lego marvel 2 $7.99 (£7.24) crash trilogy $19.99 (£16.08)/ bomberman r $9.99(£8.04) unravel 2 £4.02
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Nintendo eshop black friday sale (u.s) lego marvel 2 $7.99 (£7.24) crash trilogy $19.99 (£16.08)/ bomberman r $9.99(£8.04) unravel 2 £4.02

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Posted 27th Nov 2019Edited by:"bobafettish"

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

$10 is £8.04 through pc game supply, making for example crash n'sane trilogy £16.08 (chose alaska as state to pay zero tax) or lego marvel 2 £7.20

super bomberman r $9.99
crash n sane collection $19.99
deadcells $17.99
dragonball fighterz $14.99
harvest moon light of hope $19.99
hellblade $14.99
lego dc villians $14.99
lego harry potter 1 & 2 $14.99
lego ninjago $12.49
lego incredibles $17.99
legi marvel 2 $8.99
lego movie 2 $15.99
lego worlds $7.49
megaman 11 $14.99
megaman x collection1 $9.99
megaman x collection2 $9.99
mortal kombat 11 $29.99
nba playgrounds 2 $7.49
ori blind forest $13.99
resident evil zero $15.99
resident evil $14.99
resident evil 4 $19.99
sega megadrive collection $14.99
sonic forces $9.99
sonic mania $9.99
snipperclips $9.99
star wars jedi outcast $7.99
steamworld dig $2.99
steamworld dig 2 $9.99
steamworld hesit $5.99
street fighter collection $19.99
travis strikes again $14.99
unravel 2 $4.99


zelda breath of the wild is $41.99 making it about £33.76

fyi games like cuphead, Celeste are on sale but as i do not own them i can't see the prices on the eshop.


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If anyone needs some sales tax exempt zip codes then use one of:


99510 Anchorage (907)
99511 Anchorage (907)
99513 Anchorage (907)
99514 Anchorage (907)
99515 Anchorage (907)
99516 Anchorage (907)
99517 Anchorage (907)
99518 Anchorage (907)

Alaska being one of only 5 states with zero sales tax.
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Heat. Been waiting for Bomberman
Do you need to use a vpn and 'pretend' to be in USA to get these deals?
strangey31627/11/2019 21:08

Do you need to use a vpn and 'pretend' to be in USA to get these deals?


No.
if you mess around with changing your region, do you lose any credit or does you effect you if you have an online membership
littlejimmy27/11/2019 21:16

if you mess around with changing your region, do you lose any credit or …if you mess around with changing your region, do you lose any credit or does you effect you if you have an online membership


your gold points are stuck on the region they originated from (though they'll return after swapping back to the original region)

money balance vanishes though. you can't change region from a u.s account if you have any left over balance without asking nintendo & sometimes they refuse (even 1 cent) so the best option is to just create a secondary account.
Edited by: "bobafettish" 27th Nov 2019
Cuphead $14.99, Celeste $9.99
Been looking through the sale for the last hour. Pretty disappointing.

Wait the Sega Megadrive Collection is $15 ? I take it back
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 27th Nov 2019
Both Telltale Batman games are $3.74 (~£2.90) - fantastic games!
Wargroove $13.99, Grandia HD Collection $27.99
Ori and the Blind Forest is an incredible platformer
littlejimmy27/11/2019 21:16

if you mess around with changing your region, do you lose any credit or …if you mess around with changing your region, do you lose any credit or does you effect you if you have an online membership


No it doesn't effect you if you have online membership. I have it and can change my account country freely. But as @bobafettish said, it's not a good idea to change to US and redeem a credit topup to your account, as you may be unable to change country back
Edited by: "jco83" 27th Nov 2019
If anyone needs some sales tax exempt zip codes then use one of:


99510 Anchorage (907)
99511 Anchorage (907)
99513 Anchorage (907)
99514 Anchorage (907)
99515 Anchorage (907)
99516 Anchorage (907)
99517 Anchorage (907)
99518 Anchorage (907)

Alaska being one of only 5 states with zero sales tax.
Broforce $3.74
Banner Saga 1 & 2 $4.99 each
Assault Android Cactus $9.99
Gris $8.99
Joe Devers Lone Wolf $4.99
Katana Zero $9.99
Namco Museum $9.99
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney $19.99
Star Wars Pinball $20.09
Torchlight 2 $13.99
Bloodstained Curse of the Moon $4.99
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 27th Nov 2019
ThePointyEnd27/11/2019 21:27

Been looking through the sale for the last hour. Pretty disappointing.Wait …Been looking through the sale for the last hour. Pretty disappointing.Wait the Sega Megadrive Collection is $15 ? I take it back


any good?
ismailc1200027/11/2019 23:42

any good?


It’s just one I wanted on Switch but it is meant to have input lag.Some say the updates made it better some say it’s just as bad.
Edited by: "ThePointyEnd" 27th Nov 2019
I've got unused US $ credit. Any worthwhile/good game under $1 or so?
I couldn't spot any.
LotusJas27/11/2019 23:46

I've got unused US $ credit. Any worthwhile/good game under $1 or so?I …I've got unused US $ credit. Any worthwhile/good game under $1 or so?I couldn't spot any.


Do you have Horizon Shift ‘81 ?
strangey31627/11/2019 21:08

Do you need to use a vpn and 'pretend' to be in USA to get these deals?


No, just go here and change your country/region to whichever country's store you want to buy from -
accounts.nintendo.com/pro…dit

Check prices here - eshop-prices.com/
It will show you which region a game is cheapest in.

When you're done, change your region back. Or don't - it doesn't really affect anything else. Just bear in mind that any money you have in your wallet will be lost when you change region, so only top up as much as you need and make sure you spend it before changing region again.

As you buy games you'll earn gold points. These are permanent - you won't lose them if you change region - but you do need to be in the region you earned them in to use them, so it's possible to have, say, 500 points in the UK and 300 points in the US and you can't combine them; you'll need to spend them on each store.


LotusJas27/11/2019 23:46

I've got unused US $ credit. Any worthwhile/good game under $1 or so?I …I've got unused US $ credit. Any worthwhile/good game under $1 or so?I couldn't spot any.



There are some good little puzzle games for around that price, e.g. the Lines games are $0.49, and Mana Spark is a pretty good RPG at $0.99
What am I doing wrong I’ve change my country to US but when I click on a game the price goes up
What Payment method do you use for paying the USA. My credit card and PayPal don’t work
louisputtick28/11/2019 09:48

What Payment method do you use for paying the USA. My credit card and …What Payment method do you use for paying the USA. My credit card and PayPal don’t work


Have to buy US credit from somewhere like PC Game Supply.
Cheers OP! Got my $35 topup for £27 from SeaGM and got Lego Harry Potter (got it physical so that will trade in for £15 cash), Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 and Lego City Undercover with $2 (not inc points) spare! Have some heat!
reddragon10528/11/2019 02:12

No, just go here and change your country/region to whichever country's …No, just go here and change your country/region to whichever country's store you want to buy from -https://accounts.nintendo.com/profile/editCheck prices here - https://eshop-prices.com/It will show you which region a game is cheapest in.When you're done, change your region back. Or don't - it doesn't really affect anything else. Just bear in mind that any money you have in your wallet will be lost when you change region, so only top up as much as you need and make sure you spend it before changing region again.As you buy games you'll earn gold points. These are permanent - you won't lose them if you change region - but you do need to be in the region you earned them in to use them, so it's possible to have, say, 500 points in the UK and 300 points in the US and you can't combine them; you'll need to spend them on each store.There are some good little puzzle games for around that price, e.g. the Lines games are $0.49, and Mana Spark is a pretty good RPG at $0.99


No, create a new profile with a US account, much easier and safer way to do it
Cuphead is £5.71 on the Argentinian store, anybody know if you can purchase from there with a card or if anywhere sells credit top ups?
HUKDposter28/11/2019 11:26

Cuphead is £5.71 on the Argentinian store, anybody know if you can …Cuphead is £5.71 on the Argentinian store, anybody know if you can purchase from there with a card or if anywhere sells credit top ups?



Asking the real questions here!
HUKDposter28/11/2019 11:26

Cuphead is £5.71 on the Argentinian store, anybody know if you can …Cuphead is £5.71 on the Argentinian store, anybody know if you can purchase from there with a card or if anywhere sells credit top ups?


I remember struggling to buy from the Argentinian store a while back, and hitting dead ends trying to find top up cards
It became not worth the search. Hope you have better luck!
With regards 'requesting them to move your account back to UK', has anyone ever had any actual problem with this? Ever been refused?
I have done it once about a year ago and it was fine, but I remember being a bit nervous. Just wondering if they have cracked down on it, because I like the look of divinity original sin 2, but will be left with a penny in my account.
pb-live28/11/2019 10:46

No, create a new profile with a US account, much easier and safer way to …No, create a new profile with a US account, much easier and safer way to do it


That's not easier - two clicks to change your region, as opposed to creating a whole new account and then having to manage multiple accounts and remember what games you have on which account, which is going to get messy when you end up buying from the US, Mexico, Argentina, Norway, etc. Much better to just have all games on one account.

And how is it safer?
boulder128/11/2019 11:46

With regards 'requesting them to move your account back to UK', has anyone …With regards 'requesting them to move your account back to UK', has anyone ever had any actual problem with this? Ever been refused?I have done it once about a year ago and it was fine, but I remember being a bit nervous. Just wondering if they have cracked down on it, because I like the look of divinity original sin 2, but will be left with a penny in my account.


I did a while ago, I had 2 cents in my account left over. I asked to swap it to another region (south africa i think) they refused.

might have been cause my lie wasn't good enough. I said i was going there for a few months and they said i wasn't allowed to swap regions like that. Maybe if i had just honestly said i swapped from the uk to buy a game they'd have done it. (lying felt like a better option, cause though you can, you're not MEANT to do that)

it's very annoying as that's just u.s. thing i believe, if for example you had 1p credit left on a uk account, it'd let you change region and you'd lose the penny...least that's what i've read.

gotta say it's not a bad thing having a second account set up for u.s. they frequently have very good deals on.
Edited by: "bobafettish" 28th Nov 2019
bobafettish28/11/2019 13:09

I did a while ago, I had 2 cents in my account left over. I asked to swap …I did a while ago, I had 2 cents in my account left over. I asked to swap it to another region (south africa i think) they refused. might have been cause my lie wasn't good enough. I said i was going there for a few months and they said i wasn't allowed to swap regions like that. Maybe if i had just honestly said i swapped from the uk to buy a game they'd have done it. (lying felt like a better option, cause though you can, you're not MEANT to do that)it's very annoying as that's just u.s. thing i believe, if for example you had 1p credit left on a uk account, it'd let you change region and you'd lose the penny...least that's what i've read. gotta say it's not a bad thing having a second account set up for u.s. they frequently have very good deals on.


soooo...are you currently left with it in a US account, unable to swap back?
I totally would have lied too, and then panicked.
boulder128/11/2019 13:15

soooo...are you currently left with it in a US account, unable to swap …soooo...are you currently left with it in a US account, unable to swap back? I totally would have lied too, and then panicked.


luckily for me it was a secondary account. I used to have a secondary account where i would randomly swap regions for a sale, from russia to south africa to australia etc that one has become a permanent u.s. account & i have a third for everything else now
reddragon10528/11/2019 12:17

That's not easier - two clicks to change your region, as opposed to …That's not easier - two clicks to change your region, as opposed to creating a whole new account and then having to manage multiple accounts and remember what games you have on which account, which is going to get messy when you end up buying from the US, Mexico, Argentina, Norway, etc. Much better to just have all games on one account.And how is it safer?


If you want to swap it back you can't always do that. You can't keep currency in it then swap.

So much easier to take 2 minutes to create a new account, add it to the Switch and keep your currency and coins in that for the US market, keeping your UK account for the UK stuff and coins. You don't need to remember what games you have on each account because even if you buy something with your US account on the US store it shows up as bought on your UK account in the UK store. In fact the 'hardest' part is just remembering your user email and password for each account.
so win-win.
pb-live28/11/2019 14:25

If you want to swap it back you can't always do that. You can't keep …If you want to swap it back you can't always do that. You can't keep currency in it then swap.So much easier to take 2 minutes to create a new account, add it to the Switch and keep your currency and coins in that for the US market, keeping your UK account for the UK stuff and coins. You don't need to remember what games you have on each account because even if you buy something with your US account on the US store it shows up as bought on your UK account in the UK store. In fact the 'hardest' part is just remembering your user email and password for each account. so win-win.


I've never not been able to switch countries whenever I want - when can't you do it? And I already covered the currency part. That's barely an issue considering you can just pay by PayPal in most countries.

And what you say there about "if you buy something with your US account on the US store it shows up as bought on your UK account in the UK store" just isn't true.

If you have a UK account and a US account then, yes, you can play the games bought on the US account using your UK account if you're signed into both accounts on your Switch, because users can share games - but that isn't the same thing as the games showing as bought on your UK account. If that's how it worked, you could just clone other people's libraries by logging into their Switch one time.

So my point about account management was that, if you bought a new Switch, you would have to login to both accounts again to gain access to all games. Not a big deal, I know, but still less effort than signing into your UK account, downloading all games from that and then thinking "Hang on, where's Stardew Valley? Did I buy that on my US account or Mexican account?" and then having to check other accounts to find it. The more accounts you have, the more of a mess that's going to get.

So, sure, there are other methods, but I'd prefer to just have everything under one account, especially as it's been zero effort for me.
reddragon10528/11/2019 16:09

I've never not been able to switch countries whenever I want - when can't …I've never not been able to switch countries whenever I want - when can't you do it? And I already covered the currency part. That's barely an issue considering you can just pay by PayPal in most countries.And what you say there about "if you buy something with your US account on the US store it shows up as bought on your UK account in the UK store" just isn't true.If you have a UK account and a US account then, yes, you can play the games bought on the US account using your UK account if you're signed into both accounts on your Switch, because users can share games - but that isn't the same thing as the games showing as bought on your UK account. If that's how it worked, you could just clone other people's libraries by logging into their Switch one time.So my point about account management was that, if you bought a new Switch, you would have to login to both accounts again to gain access to all games. Not a big deal, I know, but still less effort than signing into your UK account, downloading all games from that and then thinking "Hang on, where's Stardew Valley? Did I buy that on my US account or Mexican account?" and then having to check other accounts to find it. The more accounts you have, the more of a mess that's going to get.So, sure, there are other methods, but I'd prefer to just have everything under one account, especially as it's been zero effort for me.


If you have both accounts on your Switch and go on either eShop you can see them as 'purchased' on there. And getting a new Switch would just mean adding the accounts to that and going in to the redownload section of the eShop, pretty much the same as with one account that you'd need to switch to download the other games.
reddragon10528/11/2019 16:09

I've never not been able to switch countries whenever I want - when can't …I've never not been able to switch countries whenever I want - when can't you do it? And I already covered the currency part. That's barely an issue considering you can just pay by PayPal in most countries.And what you say there about "if you buy something with your US account on the US store it shows up as bought on your UK account in the UK store" just isn't true.If you have a UK account and a US account then, yes, you can play the games bought on the US account using your UK account if you're signed into both accounts on your Switch, because users can share games - but that isn't the same thing as the games showing as bought on your UK account. If that's how it worked, you could just clone other people's libraries by logging into their Switch one time.So my point about account management was that, if you bought a new Switch, you would have to login to both accounts again to gain access to all games. Not a big deal, I know, but still less effort than signing into your UK account, downloading all games from that and then thinking "Hang on, where's Stardew Valley? Did I buy that on my US account or Mexican account?" and then having to check other accounts to find it. The more accounts you have, the more of a mess that's going to get.So, sure, there are other methods, but I'd prefer to just have everything under one account, especially as it's been zero effort for me.


In fact, it also works on the PC store. I got Nyan cat the other day on my US account and it shows up on my UK account as being able to be used, it's based on the device you have them on, so you don't even need to switch stores to redownload.
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pb-live28/11/2019 16:17

In fact, it also works on the PC store. I got Nyan cat the other day on …In fact, it also works on the PC store. I got Nyan cat the other day on my US account and it shows up on my UK account as being able to be used, it's based on the device you have them on, so you don't even need to switch stores to redownload. [Image]


Wait... Nyan cat on the switch?
ThePointyEnd28/11/2019 09:58

Have to buy US credit from somewhere like PC Game Supply.


Cheers for this. Been doing my head in all day how to get the purchase across the line.
daanuk28/11/2019 19:51

Cheers for this. Been doing my head in all day how to get the purchase …Cheers for this. Been doing my head in all day how to get the purchase across the line.


I put it in the first line of the description.
bobafettish28/11/2019 19:52

I put it in the first line of the description.


It's kind of without context though, which is why I needed someone stating the obvious for me to click as I've never used that vendor before
Edited by: "daanuk" 28th Nov 2019
daanuk28/11/2019 19:56

It's kind of without context though, which is why I needed someone stating …It's kind of without context though, which is why I needed someone stating the obvious for me to click as I've never used that vendor before



"$10 is £8.04 through pc game supply,"

tells you what you need (us credit) and where you need to get it from (pc game supply) & how much it costs (£8.04). how's that without context ?
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