To Pizza hut.
Well, this should give the people who kept their Wii U 5+ months to an incentive to keep it. I mean that is $40 at Pizza hut. Do it right and that could give you a month or more so it's better than nothing I guess.
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@LegatoSkyheart: I wonder what the requirement for this is? I have gotten platinum the last 3 years in a row and I already got it for this years. I got a notice recently Nintendo sent me something but I think it's just the platinum gift from last year
I really don't know. I see stuff like this all the time and I don't get anything like it.
This isn't just Nintendo either, Microsoft and Sony do it too, but I don't know what the requirements are for "Loyalty".
Some dude got free Xbox Live Gold forever for having a crap load of Achievements so I guess the requirements of "Loyalty" is buying a crap ton of stuff for them all the time. (IE. you have bought everything from WiiU shop since it began or something.)
Honestly I think it's just a pull from a hat.
Wonder if they gifted out to people who bought a lot of stuff on eShop.
If that's the case then I should be in there somewhere. I have 88 eShop Purchases on my 3DS and 46 on my Wii U. I'm also currently sitting on over 1200 Club Nintendo points.
EDIT: Make that 38 on my Wii U (8 of my games are on disc).
Hook me up, Reggie!
If I remember right, Reggie used to be a top dog at Pizza Hut among other companies.
I remember researching him when he first appeared on the game scene. I thought this would be cooler than a $40 Pizza thing, but it's better than nothing. I would much rather have $40 Nintendo bucks or what have you.
Nintendo does seem to treat their customers well. Even though pizza hut gift card seems somewhat random but still a generous gift. Not as if Nintendo is obligated to do anything.
This is exactly why I continue supporting Nintendo. The consumer purchases games and consoles and Nintendo gives them something back. It's been like this since the days of Nintendo Power and the original NES. I believe it was Christmas of 1988 when I received a free copy of Dragon Warrior as a bonus for my Nintendo Power subscription. Over the years there have been players guides, Zelda discs, Ambassador Program plus quite a few things to use with your Club Nintendo pin numbers. This company doesn't have to give you anything beyond consoles and games yet they do so which is more than I could say for many companies.
Use your keyboard!
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