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Nintendo eShop Card - £30 for £26.99 @ CDKeys
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Nintendo eShop Card - £30 for £26.99 @ CDKeys

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Posted 24th Jul 2019

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Roughly 10% off for a 30 pound Nintendo eshop card
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Would recommend to buy from South Africa eshop probably get games more than 10% cheaper
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Very nice! Nintendo credit rarely sees a drop like this!
Great price. Gonna buy Resident Evil and Mark of the Ninja with this. Quidco have stopped doing cashback for CDkeys which is a shame .
Good price, paid around twenty nine quid, a couple weeks ago. Heat added OP.

On another topic, has anyone else noticed cashback is longer available for CDKeys.com, on cashback providers (Quidco & TCB).

Worked for me a couple a weeks ago, but not anymore.
I assume this can be used in tandem with the Nintendo voucher system which is 2 games for £84. The numbers don't add up perfectly, but if you already have some credit on your account and buy some from CD keys there is an overall saving to be made.
ma11hew24/07/2019 18:14

I assume this can be used in tandem with the Nintendo voucher system which …I assume this can be used in tandem with the Nintendo voucher system which is 2 games for £84. The numbers don't add up perfectly, but if you already have some credit on your account and buy some from CD keys there is an overall saving to be made.


It can be yeah so even better saving, £81 for 2 vouchers and £6 change (Saving my vouchers for Pokemon & Luigis Mansion)
sonicsez9524/07/2019 19:11

It can be yeah so even better saving, £81 for 2 vouchers and £6 change ( …It can be yeah so even better saving, £81 for 2 vouchers and £6 change (Saving my vouchers for Pokemon & Luigis Mansion)


Don't forget you also earn £4.20 in gold points buying the tickets
WeskerLives24/07/2019 19:18

Don't forget you also earn £4.20 in gold points buying the tickets


Damn right
Would recommend to buy from South Africa eshop probably get games more than 10% cheaper
sonicsez9524/07/2019 19:11

It can be yeah so even better saving, £81 for 2 vouchers and £6 change ( …It can be yeah so even better saving, £81 for 2 vouchers and £6 change (Saving my vouchers for Pokemon & Luigis Mansion)


I have one saved for Luigi's Mansion also. Can't wait...one of my favourite games on GameCube
Really annoying I bought £27 worth of stuff earlier
Great find @Maikaitaiyo - thanks for sharing.

We've popped the deal onto our Highlights page, so more people can see it
can get the Stranger Things game
Awesome deal!! Wolfenstein youngblood is out Friday so that’s that paid for heat added! 🏻
Bought 3 for £81 and bought the vouchers. Had 3 quid in points so it was £81 of credit and got £4 back.

So basically got 2 vouchers and £13 credit for £81. First voucher used on Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 and next will be used on Luigi's Mansion 3.
stingersplash24/07/2019 21:17

Bought 3 for £81 and bought the vouchers. Had 3 quid in points so it was …Bought 3 for £81 and bought the vouchers. Had 3 quid in points so it was £81 of credit and got £4 back.So basically got 2 vouchers and £13 credit for £81. First voucher used on Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 and next will be used on Luigi's Mansion 3.


What’s the vouchers?
crippsy8324/07/2019 21:34

What’s the vouchers?


Nintendo game vouchers. They are £84 for 2 and you can redeem against any eligible games to save money.
Do CDKeys still do those 5% discount codes on Facebook? I see it mentioned on their help pages but cannot find the code on Facebook?
10% off an eshop voucher is fine, but I'm struggling to see the appeal of combining that with £84 of game vouchers.
Basically, your paying £81 with this deal (albeit with £13 of remaining eshop credit balance Including gold points) for 2 games.
Surely, you can get most new releases these days for less than £40 each from places such as shopto, base, game collection, simply games etc ...
It also relies on you having paid circa £18 for the online service to get the vouchers in the first place. Doesn't seem like a good deal to me. You could make a similar saving on this deal just by switching your account region to South Africa, Norway, Poland or Sweden.
skinrush24/07/2019 22:14

10% off an eshop voucher is fine, but I'm struggling to see the appeal of …10% off an eshop voucher is fine, but I'm struggling to see the appeal of combining that with £84 of game vouchers.Basically, your paying £81 with this deal (albeit with £13 of remaining eshop credit balance Including gold points) for 2 games.Surely, you can get most new releases these days for less than £40 each from places such as shopto, base, game collection, simply games etc ...It also relies on you having paid circa £18 for the online service to get the vouchers in the first place. Doesn't seem like a good deal to me. You could make a similar saving on this deal just by switching your account region to South Africa, Norway, Poland or Sweden.


That's a lot of faffing. Plus online is free if you have Amazon Prime.
If you look at it as 10% off its actually £84-£8.40 so £76 roughly. And digital is more convenient sometimes.

It's not something I'd usually do but I really wanted to play Marvel tonight
skinrush24/07/2019 22:14

10% off an eshop voucher is fine, but I'm struggling to see the appeal of …10% off an eshop voucher is fine, but I'm struggling to see the appeal of combining that with £84 of game vouchers.Basically, your paying £81 with this deal (albeit with £13 of remaining eshop credit balance Including gold points) for 2 games.Surely, you can get most new releases these days for less than £40 each from places such as shopto, base, game collection, simply games etc ...It also relies on you having paid circa £18 for the online service to get the vouchers in the first place. Doesn't seem like a good deal to me. You could make a similar saving on this deal just by switching your account region to South Africa, Norway, Poland or Sweden.


Quite different for some games though. Some are digital only and maybe some prefer some of the games to be digital versions because they're highly unlikely to sell them on
Just noticed today too even when redeeming game keys from cdkeys etc on switch you still get Nintendo gold coins to use for money off.
I was searching for something like this yesterday and thankfully got distracted before I have up and just bought the couple of games I wanted in the sale. This saved me an extra 10% on games that were already half price, cheers!
stingersplash24/07/2019 22:20

That's a lot of faffing. Plus online is free if you have Amazon Prime.If …That's a lot of faffing. Plus online is free if you have Amazon Prime.If you look at it as 10% off its actually £84-£8.40 so £76 roughly. And digital is more convenient sometimes. It's not something I'd usually do but I really wanted to play Marvel tonight


Online is free on amazon prime??
Really I just got prime - how ??
Lin
crippsy8325/07/2019 08:49

Online is free on amazon prime?? Really I just got prime - how ??


Link your account to a free twitch account with prime and you can get it from there.
I can't believe people are still buying from the UK store!!
andgiles125/07/2019 08:56

I can't believe people are still buying from the UK store!!


Can you tell me how to buy from other regions on Switch? Is it the same as Xbox?
NuBlue25/07/2019 09:13

Can you tell me how to buy from other regions on Switch? Is it the same as …Can you tell me how to buy from other regions on Switch? Is it the same as Xbox?


Its very easy, change location on nintendo account online and just purchase on the switch with a credit card that doesnt charge an international fee.

accounts.nintendo.com/
Is this the lowest £30 eshop cards have been or are they likely to go lower?
Great find. Thanks.
Just bought three of these, redeemed for the £84 two game voucher, left with £11.59 in credit and reward points. That's Pokémon Sword and Link's Awakening take care of 😁
Edited by: "Rich_Aspley" 25th Jul 2019
kutekitty25/07/2019 10:53

Is this the lowest £30 eshop cards have been or are they likely to go …Is this the lowest £30 eshop cards have been or are they likely to go lower?


I'm pretty sure this is the lowest I've ever seen them!
andgiles125/07/2019 08:56

I can't believe people are still buying from the UK store!!


Believe it. I'm not messing about with my switch.
andgiles125/07/2019 08:56

I can't believe people are still buying from the UK store!!


Sometimes it’s the cheapest. Like with Castlevania Collection in last weeks sale. I go wherever a cheapest. Combine this with the £42 vouchers and it’s a good deal for two new games.
stingersplash25/07/2019 12:44

Believe it. I'm not messing about with my switch.


There’s not much messing about. Just set up an Account for each territory. They can all use the same games and play Online.
Is this voucher locked to one region when you purchase or can pick a few?
klac8824/07/2019 19:25

Would recommend to buy from South Africa eshop probably get games more …Would recommend to buy from South Africa eshop probably get games more than 10% cheaper



The SA store used to be the cheapest by a mile but it’s not the case anymore with full price games.
Even without the vouchers, this 10% discount makes the likes of Mario Maker 2, Marvel Alliance and Fire Emblem cheaper than the other digital stores apart from Australia where they are £44.64 (if it’s possible to use a fee-free Card)
ady8525/07/2019 13:36

Is this voucher locked to one region when you purchase or can pick a few?


I think it’s locked to the region where you have your Online Membership
I'll post these instructions which I posted elsewhere. Please follow these for cheaper switch games, it's very simple.

If you want to buy from South Africa or Russia on the eshop (and Norway as they are priced well), you dont need to create a seperate account. Its far easier to do this:

Go to my.nintendo.com
Log into your account
Go into settings
Change your region to South Africa / Norway etc
Now go into the eshop on your switch (it will ask you to sign into your account again) and you will automatically browse the foreign store. (Yes it really is that simple!!)

You don't need to worry about where the game is downloaded from. The switch is region free and the game will download from any region, regardless where you paid for it. Everything will also be in English, there is no difference to buying from the UK store.

Remember you may be charged a foreign transaction fee on your card, so its always best to pay with a virtual card like Revolut as they dont charge the transaction fees. I would recommend signing up for this as its very easy and convenient. Even if you pay the fees the games will normally work out cheaper.
Edited by: "Richyroo" 25th Jul 2019
Let's get to 1k HEAT
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