Earlier today, we informed you that, starting today, you can use your My Nintendo Gold Points for select Switch games. Well, it has been discovered that the Nintendo eShop has added a message that tells you how many Gold Points you will get for digitally purchasing a game. The discovery was posted on Twitter, so we’ve included the tweet for you down below.
#NintendoSwitch eShop now shows how many points you'll earn from buying a game and let's you buy games with points!@GoNintendoTweet @CartridgeGames @MyNintendoNews @realotakugamer pic.twitter.com/AVf3YmJRFm
— 🏴 Xiphos | Is Wearing A Kilt! (@Xiphos_YT) March 5, 2018
Awesome! This is what ive been asking for the longest. It give me an extra incentive to try games I normally wouldnt try.
This is what I wanted all this time. One question, how do I get gold coins again?
Automatically by buying digital or buy physical and select “register My Nintendo Points” which is a better option.
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It is too bad the gold points that we earned from buying Switch games up to this point do not give 5% back.
Again, 100 Gold = $1. WTF are they thinking?!
look at it this way, Steam, PSN and possibly XBL do not give you incentives for buying games and eshop does gives you something for buying games so don’t complain…as much.
Again, I barely get $1 worth buying a full priced physical game. That’s bullshit.
not as bullsh*t as buying a game and getting no incentives.
Actually you do: Your money’s worth or resale value. As for bonus, like I already said, compare to the Platinum, it is bullshit and insulting to pay hundreds of dollars and only get a few bucks back while getting Platinum FOR FREE with bigger/quicker discounts is beyond unfair and unbalanced.
I wonder how much you get off of a game for using 68 gold coins. 68 cents off?
I have over £8 worth of points to spend so I’m pretty happy. At the end of the day I’ve got an extra £8 to spend just from buying games I would’ve bought anyway so there’s no way I’m going to complain about this. It is around the same level as most other loyalty point systems that you’d get from supermarkets etc
When compared to the previous (Club Nintendo) rewards this is like a slap in the face, but I suppose they would’ve had to change eventually.