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Nintendo eShop Cards: The Best Gift Of Them All

Usman Ali Ramay

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Nintendo eShop Gift Cards

Holidays are right around the corner and as usual people are scratching their heads as to what to gift their loved ones this Christmas. Well I cannot help everybody but when it comes to Nintendo, I have the best option for you. Most people are busy buying accessories or games as gifts but I can tell you right now, chances are that you might end up buying something that the gift recipient won’t like. Gamers are very peculiar when it comes to what they like, and unless they have told you what they want, don’t go around buying stuff on your own.

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Many times, from the goodness of your heart you have bought your son or daughter or sibling something gaming related and it was not as well received as you would’ve hoped. It ruins your effort and their gift, so why not do it they way it hits home. Nintendo eShop Gift Cards are the perfect gift, believe me. It eliminates a lot of hurdles and allows the gift receiver to make their own choice. It’s a win win, you fulfill your obligation and the loved ones buy something they actually want which is whatever is on the Nintendo eShop. And the best thing is, these cards work for any Nintendo system.

Nintendo eCards

Nintendo eCards

Choose the price that’s right for you: $10, $20, $35, $50

eShop Bag It’s easy—apply it to your Nintendo eShop account in seconds.

Dollar Sign It ensures that you’ll always have funds on hand for new games and applications.

Lock It’s designed for your Nintendo eShop purchases—no credit card required.

How does it work?

  1. Sign in Sign in to your Nintendo Account. Be sure your Nintendo Network ID is linked to your Nintendo Account by clicking “Settings,” then selecting “Linked accounts.” (This step is only needed for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U systems.)
  2. Purchase You can pay using your account funds, a credit card, or a Nintendo eShop Card.

  3. Download and enjoy Your game will automatically be sent to your Nintendo Switch, Wii U, or Nintendo 3DS family system, as long as your system is on and connected to the Internet.
Nintendo Switch microSD Cards

Nintendo Switch microSD Cards

If you have some money left after buying the Nintendo eShop Card then get a microSD and bundle the gift. Nintendo Switch doesn’t come with a lot of storage and digital downloads can take up a lot of space so the external memory is simply awesome.

*New Titles cost around $60 so do the math before buying eCards.

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I have an M.B.B.S under my belt and absolutely adore writing, which is proving to be more than a hobby lately. My content writing is focused mainly on gaming, technology, automotive industry and Entertainment.

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