Nintendo Points Card make perfect stocking stuffers. Nintendo Points Card is a great way for parents or grandparents who aren’t sure what games or applications the Nintendo fan in their life may want, to give a gift that they will really appreciate!
The Nintendo Points Card, available at select retailers, is your ticket to a world of exciting downloadable games and applications. Whether you’re interested in WiiWare and Virtual Console games on the Wii Shop Channel, or DSiWare titles on the Nintendo DSi Shop, there is something for you.
Use a Nintendo Points Card to redeem Wii Points on your Wii console, or Nintendo DSi Points on your Nintendo DSi system. You can also purchase points directly to your system with a credit card. Use these points to download the software of your choice, quickly and easily.
Unfortunately you can not use some points on your wii and some points on your DSi.
You can purchase a 2000 point card for around 20 dollars.
I received a Nintendo Points Card and used it on my DSi, the first thing I bought was Pop+ Solo. I plan to use other points on getting some fun games!
Here is hubby eating a Nintendo Points Card Cookie! These cookies would have been the perfect Holiday Gift if they had actually points on them! Seriously. I’d buy them in a flash second!
I received a box of cookies that were made to look like Nintendo Point Cards. No, they’re not redeemable for points, but are edible.
The idea is that Nintendo says that for over thee years, “people have been enjoying the delicious downloadable offerings on Nintendo systems.” Which seems to translates to delicious cookies.
It also offers directions for “Nintendo’s Recipe for Holiday Joy”:
- 2 1/4 c flour
- 1 1/2 c sugar
- 3 eggs
- 1 broadband Internet connection
- 1/2 tsp downloadable games
- 1 Wii (or Nintendo DSi)
It’s a super cute itea and got my attention!
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