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Rogue Legacy £5.94 @ switch eshop Mexico (pre order)
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Rogue Legacy £5.94 @ switch eshop Mexico (pre order)

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Posted 24th Oct 2018

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Excellent price for this game, been hoping this was getting ported, loved it back then...

looking at at other prices suspect this will be £11 in the UK so a nice saving here...

Mexico does require a big of jigging around to buy from I will post a ‘how to’ in first post
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slightly reworded guide (posted here by @cactusbrandy) for those who have not purchased from the Mexican eShop before using Revolut:

1. Create a spare email account
2. Create a regional PayPal account - in this instance, Mexico
3a. Create a new Nintendo account, using your new email address
or
3b. Change your region to Mexico at accounts.nintendo.com (http://accounts.nintendo.com) and unlink your UK PayPal if you have linked it before at ec.nintendo.com/my (or click on Shop Menu in the accounts main page)
4. Get yourself signed up to Revolut (won't detail that here, as it is fairly easy really)
5. In your Mexico PayPal, add your Revolut card as a payment method - as @Cedira says, use your normal billing address for Revolut, putting Mexico as Region/Country and postcode/zip as 06500
6. This will confirm with a small $1 charge to your Revolut virtual card and add to PayPal nicely
7a. Link your Mexican PayPal account to your new Nintendo Account by going to buy a game with the new account (on your Switch); if you click the link in your email, do it incognito, in case it tries to go to the UK version of Nintendo where you may already have your account details saved
or
7b. Sign into the eShop on your Switch and buy the game as per normal by linking your Mexican PayPal
8. Proceed to pay for games, using PayPal as your payment method and it will automatically draw funds from your Revolut card as needed
9. Enjoy!

(Note: Clear your browser cache if you encounter any account errors)

(Note 2: If you go by route b you have to sign into the eShop each time you change region, you'll also have to unlink your region specific PayPal account in step 3b)

(Note 3: You will maintain any gold points earned in that region even if you switch regions, you will however not retain any credit, it will ask you if you want to delete the remaining credit (unless you live in the US whereby you'll have to spend it), so I advise not buying with prepaid cards in any region)


I can confirm that this guide also works with the Japanese eShop. You can use your Revolut card to buy from South Africa, Russia and Norway (probably most of Europe) either on their browser based Nintendo store or on your Switch if you change region via 3b.
Wished they'd create a mode where you can play without the illness settings. I enjoyed the game, but would love to play through with standard characters
Hey regarding the Revolut Card on paypal, are u saying to use Ur actual address linked to the card and just change the country and postcode? So for instance, use a UK address but change country and postcode to Mexico?
Aeschylus24th Oct

slightly reworded guide (posted here by @cactusbrandy) for those who have …slightly reworded guide (posted here by @cactusbrandy) for those who have not purchased from the Mexican eShop before using Revolut:1. Create a spare email account2. Create a regional PayPal account - in this instance, Mexico3a. Create a new Nintendo account, using your new email addressor3b. Change your region to Mexico at accounts.nintendo.com (http://accounts.nintendo.com) and unlink your UK PayPal if you have linked it before at ec.nintendo.com/my (or click on Shop Menu in the accounts main page)4. Get yourself signed up to Revolut (won't detail that here, as it is fairly easy really)5. In your Mexico PayPal, add your Revolut card as a payment method - as @Cedira says, use your normal billing address for Revolut, putting Mexico as Region/Country and postcode/zip as 065006. This will confirm with a small $1 charge to your Revolut virtual card and add to PayPal nicely7a. Link your Mexican PayPal account to your new Nintendo Account by going to buy a game with the new account (on your Switch); if you click the link in your email, do it incognito, in case it tries to go to the UK version of Nintendo where you may already have your account details savedor7b. Sign into the eShop on your Switch and buy the game as per normal by linking your Mexican PayPal8. Proceed to pay for games, using PayPal as your payment method and it will automatically draw funds from your Revolut card as needed9. Enjoy!(Note: Clear your browser cache if you encounter any account errors)(Note 2: If you go by route b you have to sign into the eShop each time you change region, you'll also have to unlink your region specific PayPal account in step 3b)(Note 3: You will maintain any gold points earned in that region even if you switch regions, you will however not retain any credit, it will ask you if you want to delete the remaining credit (unless you live in the US whereby you'll have to spend it), so I advise not buying with prepaid cards in any region)I can confirm that this guide also works with the Japanese eShop. You can use your Revolut card to buy from South Africa, Russia and Norway (probably most of Europe) either on their browser based Nintendo store or on your Switch if you change region via 3b.

Thanks for crediting me.
ejadaddy24/10/2018 22:12

Hey regarding the Revolut Card on paypal, are u saying to use Ur actual …Hey regarding the Revolut Card on paypal, are u saying to use Ur actual address linked to the card and just change the country and postcode? So for instance, use a UK address but change country and postcode to Mexico?

Yes, that's how most people got it to work.
Everything seemed to be going swimmingly for me, until PayPal México asked me to confirm my address. The payment details are fine, but they’re asking me to upload recent and legible documentation. Eek.
Cedira26th Oct

Yes, that's how most people got it to work.


ThisIs the most useful thing I've read all year!
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