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£30 Nintendo eshop gift card - £26.94 @ Electronic First
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£30 Nintendo eshop gift card - £26.94 @ Electronic First

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Posted 17th Nov 2019

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£30 gift card for £25.99 - Cheapest I’ve seen this sold for.
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Looks like £26.94 after fees
Nice! Hopefully CDKeys does a price match like they did with ShopTo a while back great deal.
Skrill Fee £0.95 needs to be added, cost £26.94 in total.
jpxdude17/11/2019 18:53

Nice! Hopefully CDKeys does a price match like they did with ShopTo a …Nice! Hopefully CDKeys does a price match like they did with ShopTo a while back great deal.


they haven't yet but i am watching the page hoping they do
How common is this? Nothing in eShop that I want right now. Worth holding on to for future use?
slicker117/11/2019 20:13

How common is this? Nothing in eShop that I want right now. Worth holding …How common is this? Nothing in eShop that I want right now. Worth holding on to for future use?


There won't be all that many left is my guess, think it's likely they were part of the bundle that came with the console. CD keys were selling these for £23.99 a little while ago, Shopto seem to have sold out for a while now.
Hi, does anyone know if this can be used to redeem a family membership, I've just bought a new nintendo switch for my sons birthday and want to purchase a family plan for online gaming, his cousins will be getting the switches this week or so.
taz.miah17/11/2019 20:42

Hi, does anyone know if this can be used to redeem a family membership, …Hi, does anyone know if this can be used to redeem a family membership, I've just bought a new nintendo switch for my sons birthday and want to purchase a family plan for online gaming, his cousins will be getting the switches this week or so.


Yes, it can (though of course, you'll need to add a further £1.49 from another source).
Edited by: "Illusionary" 17th Nov 2019
I've made the purchase, I've received an email asking me to confirm my contact number and address, am I right in thinking I need to provide my UK address?
taz.miah17/11/2019 21:16

I've made the purchase, I've received an email asking me to confirm my …I've made the purchase, I've received an email asking me to confirm my contact number and address, am I right in thinking I need to provide my UK address?


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I made a purchase about an hour ago - I did a bank transfer from my Monzo account. No issues. Redeemed code.
taz.miah17/11/2019 21:16

I've made the purchase, I've received an email asking me to confirm my …I've made the purchase, I've received an email asking me to confirm my contact number and address, am I right in thinking I need to provide my UK address?


Yes.
Currently £26.49 on cdkeys cdkeys.com/nin…-30 (so works out cheaper with the extra fees)
Edited by: "MoleMantle" 18th Nov 2019
MoleMantle18/11/2019 11:55

Currently £26.49 on cdkeys …Currently £26.49 on cdkeys https://www.cdkeys.com/nintendo/eshop-topup-cards/nintendo-eshop-card-30 (so works out cheaper with the extra fees)


I did a bank transfer here and paid exactly £26.49

CDkeys also a good site I have used before too however.
Heat added, why does this deal have £26.94 in the title when it's £25.99?
Thanks for posting we've added this to the Highlights section
andrewworrall118/11/2019 19:07

Heat added, why does this deal have £26.94 in the title when it's £25.99?


Mandatory payment fees.
This is great to combine with the Nintendo eshop sale that just started today.
For example, using this coupon I can get Octopath Traveller for £26.94 (game is already reduced 40% to £30 in the sale)
Still in stock whoop whoop, now which games to blow it on? Some great eshop deals at the moment and I've just seen cuphead is reduced, but I'm put off by it's difficulty.
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