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Nintendo’s $50 eShop Gift Card Is Again 10 Percent Off At Amazon

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If you want the latest Switch games, especially the most popular AAA titles, the only choice is to suck it up and pay full price. However, there is a way to get a discount. Right now, you can buy a $50 Nintendo eShop gift card for $45, saving either $5 or 10 percent, which you can then use to buy any game in the store — including the latest titles like LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

Buy a $50 eShop Gift Card from Amazon – $45

You can choose from a number of new blockbuster titles that are unlikely to be discounted anytime soon, including: MLB The Show 22 (coming to Switch for the first time), Kirby and the Forgotten Land and Runic Factory 5† All those titles cost $60, so purchasing an eShop gift card would save you $5 (or $6 if you get two).

If you’re more interested in indie titles, remasters, or DLCs, new releases include: Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition (remastering, $20), Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass (DLC, $25) and OlliOlli World (indie, $30). And for anyone discounted eShop games, you can make a good deal even better. Finally, you are a regular eShop buyer but not currently on the market. It might be worth getting the card now to get a pre-discount on anything you’ll be buying in the future.

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