This month’s new My Nintendo rewards includes discounts on first-party games, and some new digital goodies.
It’s no wonder Captain Toad looks so happy, the Nintendo 3DS version of his wonderful action puzzle game is one of the new discounts available to My Nintendo members.
In Europe, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker gets a discount of 20% in exchange for 80 gold points. Other discounted games include Fire Emblem Warriors, Luigi’s Mansion 2, and Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. There’s also a new Nintendo 3DS theme featuring Yoshi.
Rewards now available in the United States include price drops for Animal Crossing: New Leaf, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and Dr. Luigi. There’s also a celebration of all things Kirby ahead of the release of Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn on Nintendo 3DS next month.
EU Gold Point rewards
- Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – 3DS (20% discount) – 80 points
- Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – 3DS (20% discount) – 40 points
- EarthBound – Wii U/3DS (40% discount) – 40 points
- Fire Emblem Warriors (30% discount) – 130 points
- Game & Watch Gallery 2 – 3DS (50% discount) – 20 points
- Luigi’s Mansion 2 – 3DS (20% discount) – 40 points
- Pop’n TwinBee Rainbow Bell Adventures – Wii U (50% discount) – 40 points
- Yoshi’s Springtime Siesta 3DS theme – 20 points
EU Platinum Point rewards
- Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 – Wii U (30% discount) – 70 points
US Gold Point rewards
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf Prima Guide – 20 points
- Disney Magical World 2 – 3DS (30% discount) – 90 points
- Mario Party Star Rush (30% discount) – 90 points
- The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Prima eGuide – 20 points
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Prima eGuide – 20 points
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 3DS (30% discount) – 50 points
- Super Mario 3D Land – 3DS (30% discount) – 50 points
- Super Mario 3D Land Prima Guide – 20 points
US Platinum Point rewards
- Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo – 3DS (30% discount) – 300 points
- Dr. Luigi – Wii U (40% discount) – 300 points
- February 2019 Digital Calendar – Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn – 50 points
- Kirby’s Blowout Blast – 3DS (30% discount) – 110 points
- Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn Printable Placemats – 30 points
- Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn Printable gift boxes – 30 points
- Kirby: Right Back At Ya! Video – 3DS – 100 points
- Mario Party Island Tour – 3DS (30% discount) – 300 points
- Mario Pinball Land – Wii U (40% discount) – 140 point
- Mighty Mushrooms – 3DS theme – 100 points
- Spotlight: Yoshi – 3DS theme – 100 points
Don’t forget that My Nintendo Gold Points can also be redeemed against Switch games via the Nintendo eShop.
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