You can find lots of digital games and current discounts on the Nintendo EShop. Here you can buy codes and top up your credit.
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As the owner of the Nintendo Switch, you can choose between body cartridges and digital games. The latter is available from Nintendo iShop. Switch users can find many discounts, which is why it is worthwhile to visit the offer pages regularly. To buy games on eShop, you need enough credit in your Nintendo account. This can be charged directly through the purchase console or codes in advance. If you have something big Nintendo-Switch* As fans know, the codes for the Nintendo eShop are also great as a gift.
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Top-up Nintendo iShop Credit – You can get the codes here
- A quick and easy alternative to buying via Nintendo eShop – without a credit card
- Available codes are optional For 15 euros, 25 euros or 50 euros
– Nintendo Switch
– Nintendo 3DS / 3DS XL
– Nintendo 2DS / 2DS XL
– New Nintendo 3DS / 3DS XL
– Wee you
- On Nintendo–Account The codes need to be retrieved
– Money cannot be withdrawn
– Available only to customers in Germany and Austria
Nintendo iShop: How to Recover Codes
- Open Nintendo iShop Processor On your Nintendo Switch (or other Nintendo console).
- Sign in to your Nintendo account.
- Go “Redemption codeEnter more 16 digit code here.
- The loan will then be credited to your account.
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