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[Switch] Two Selected Digital Nintendo Switch Games for $134.95 @ Nintendo eShop (Nintendo Switch Online Required)

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For $134.95 you can get two game vouchers that can be redeemed for any game on the list below. Vouchers are valid for 12 months and can be saved and used when new games are released. Savings vary between $5 to $45 depending on which games are selected. You will also get 675 gold points with the voucher purchase which is equivalent to $6.75 credit for future purchases.

*Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order
*Super Mario Maker 2
*Yoshi’s Crafted World
*New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
*Fitness Boxing
*Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
*Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu
*Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee
*The World Ends With You -Final Remix-
*Super Mario Party
*Go Vacation
*Octopath Traveler
*Mario Tennis Aces
*Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
*Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition
*Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
*Kirby Star Allies
*Bayonetta 2
*Dragon Quest Builders
*Xenoblade Chronicles 2
*Super Mario Odyssey
*Fire Emblem Warriors
*Pokken Tournament DX
*Splatoon 2
*ARMS
*Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
*1-2-Switch
*The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Upcoming releases:
*Astral Chain
*Fire Emblem Three Houses
*Pokémon Sword and Shield

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Comments

  • +15 votes

    $64.10 each (including gold coin benefit).

    Not super convincing. You'd generally need to get first party games as most of the others will go on sale for much lower than $64. Even then, unless you like occasionally playing online (eg: Splatoon/Mario Kart) then you're better off buying physical and reselling.

    It would be more useful for getting a game "day 1" without paying full price. But the upcoming games list has.. 2 games. Woohoo.

    PS: The occasional sale is going to give you these prices for first party titles anyway, if you can wait, without requiring you to pre-order the coupons.

    Try harder Nintendo!

    PPS: Combined with JB 10% off gift cards (only happens annually at Xmas AFAIK) does help a fair bit. Not sure how many peeps have $135 of that just laying around though.

  • +16 votes

    Switch tax is real

  • +2 votes

    The caveat that you need to be a Switch Online Subscriber when redeeming the vouchers is something to take into account also when planning for future releases.

    With the Year~ of subscription from the Twitch Prime promotion though it shouldn't really come into play for many though.

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      With the Year~ of subscription from the Twitch Prime promotion though it shouldn't really come into play for many though.

      Offer does mention "paid membership to Nintendo Switch Online"

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        Isn't that technically what we got from the Prime deal?

        I didn't buy it (yet, still mulling it over) but I could access and potentially buy this from my account this morning.

  • +4 votes

    Pretty lack lustre from Nintendo, most of these titles can be obtained for ~$60 at launch and on sale from time to time (both physical and digital).

    I feel this should be $120 max, especially since you need an online account to access

    • +2 votes

      $110 TBH.

    • +3 votes

      Agree!
      This $134.95 should b 3 games. That I would call a deal.

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      As a digital only guy, where can I go to get these Launch titles for 60Aud =(
      Seems to just be JB and Amazon half the time with physical box deals.

      • +2 votes

        Yeah this isn't really great for physical buyers but digital it's pretty good considering every digital release is like $89~

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        You won't be getting this price at "launch" for anything because their launch list is only two games.

        You can wait for the sales to get the same price, which they do have even on first party titles sometimes.

        So this isn't a deal.

        On a separate note, if you want digital only, it's your loss.

  • +1 vote

    Expensive games just got…slightly less expensive…

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    Was looking forward to this but only need Super Mario Maker. Wish it could he kept for say the next Zelda game for instance.

    • +1 vote

      Providing it's used within one year of purchase according - according to the Nintendo Direct footage I saw.

      I think it's just a tactic to get people to purchase more digital and less used physical games. Think I'll go all physical if I ever get a Switch. I'm still a tad bitter that no digital titles carried over from the Wii/Wii U. 😁

  • -1 vote

    Switch Owners: “Give us cheaper games!”
    Nintendo: “Hold my beer”

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    No Mortal Combat 11… not deal…

  • +1 vote

    After purchasing a PS4 recently my switch is just sitting gathering dust because of how good Sony sales are. I love Nintendo but come on, just, be better.

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    No Civ no Deal

  • +1 vote

    Nintendo should try harder. This is not enough at all.

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    Currently 4 unreleased games (Astral Chain, Fire Emblem, SMM2 and Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3), if they keep adding new games getting Animal Crossing and Pokémon Sword day 1 would be pretty good considering that X/Y/Sun/Moon digital never went on sale and AC New Leaf took years. Just need another 20% off eShop cards but since the Switch release they've been only doing 10-15%, but that combined with the gold points you get back wouldn't be too bad for digital versions.

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    With the physical game vs digital download if willing to sell used latter wouldn’t you be better off long term ?

    Thoughts guys not my field of expertise .

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      There are a few situations where digital would be better (even with the higher initial cost).
      Much more convenient digital than changing cartridges.
      Those game cartridges are damn small and could quite easily get lost. If you lose just one physical game the cost to replace it would offset the price difference to digital copies on probably 3 or 4 games.
      If you take your switch with you and leave the physical copies of games that you are not playing at home and your house is burgled, goodbye games. If they are all digital you will always have them all with you.
      Even if your switch with the digital games is stolen (although a bit of a hassle) you can still re-download them to a new switch.
      If you or your kids don't lose things, you are going to share or sell the games at a later date, you just like to collect boxes then or you want to save some $ up front then physical is better but not always and not necessarily for everyone.

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        Aren't digital Switch purchases tied to the specific console, though?
        https://www.finder.com.au/gaming/nintendo-eshop-game-store (3rd paragraph)

        I just got one, and I'm trying to figure out Nintendo's policies for things like Digital games, online, etc. I can already see that they don't allow others to go online even on my switch if I have a subscription, unlike PS or XBox.

        I'm much more digital on the other two platforms, but the Nintendo Policies seem to be less …consumer friendly towards that attitude. Especially since I know that backwards compatability and forward compatability will be ongoing things with the other two…

        • +1 vote

          Digital games for Switch are linked to your Nintendo Account. Your Nintendo Account can only be used on your primary console, if you want to change the primary console you need to deregister it and sign in on a new console.

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    Can you use the 7 day trial to use the vouchers or do I need to buy a membership to claim these vouchers?

  • -1 vote

    You still get the bonus 400 gold points for Links Awakening even if you use the game voucher

    If you redeem a Nintendo Switch Game Voucher to download this title, you also qualify for the same bonus amount given in this promotion. The bonus equates to half of the above listed values in Nintendo eShop.

    https://ec.nintendo.com/AU/en/titles/70010000020034