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Get A Free Super Mario Bros. Pin Set By Completing Some Short Nintendo Missions
Announced during Nintendo's latest Direct, here's what you need to do to claim your own free enamel pin set.
If the bevy of announcements in Nintendo's surprise Direct celebrating Mario's 35th anniversary hasn't satisfied you, Nintendo is also letting you complete numerous challenges for the chance to get a limited-edition set of enamel Mario pins for free.
If you live in a supported region (currently only the US and Canada), the new Super Mario Bros. collectible pin set features one version of the mascot plumber from his most recognizable adventures. That includes a pin from Super Mario Bros. 1, 2, and 3 as well as Super Mario World and Super Mario 64. They all look rather lovely.
To get the set for free, you'll have to complete all six of the available six missions on offer. Many are ones you can complete today, such as taking a quiz on Mario's history or downloading your own "This is Mario" image from the rewards website. Another requires you to take part in the upcoming Super Mario Kart Tour event that begins this September 8. Here's every mission available:
- Visit the official Super Mario website
- Take the Super Mario Quiz
- Download your "This is your Mario!" image
- Try the Super Mario Music Maker
- Race in the Super Mario Kart Tour event
- Purchase Super Mario 3D All-Stars
Once complete, you'll be able to order your free pin set. Just complete the ones available today, buy the digital version of the game, and you're good to go. If you buy the physical version, you'll just need to claim your My Nintendo points when you have it in your Switch.
Along with Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Nintendo also announced a collection of remasters for classic Mario games with Super Mario All-Stars, which is out now, as well as a mixed-reality spin on Mario Kart that launches later this year, called Mario Kart Live: Home Course.
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