Get Free Bonus With Kirby's Return To Dream Land At Walmart

Preorder the upcoming Kirby game through Walmart to get an exclusive preorder bonus while supplies last.


Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe arrives for Nintendo Switch on February 24, but right now you can preorder the game at Walmart to earn some free swag. Reserve a copy of the game through Walmart’s official website and you’ll get an exclusive Kirby keychain--although the deal is bound to sell out fast, so be sure to check it out soon.

Walmart often offers preorder deals like this ahead of big Switch releases. Unlike most other retailers that just offer a standard preorder with no exclusive content, Walmart has a limited quantity of these adorable Kirby keychains to pass out. This deal is only available “while supplies last” and is only eligible through the Walmart website. If you’re interested in the deal, we’d recommend swinging by the store and reserving a copy soon.

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Return to Dream Land is a remastered platforming game that originally released on Nintendo Wii. You’ll get to play as Kirby, King Dedede, Meta Knight, and other iconic characters as you search for pieces for Magolor’s ship, which has crashed on Planet Popstar. And of course, you’ll be able to use Kirby’s iconic Copy Abilities to turn your enemies’ strengths against them. This installment is introducing a few new abilities--Mecha and Sand--giving you more than 20 unique ways to dispatch your foes. You can run through the side-scrolling campaign with up to four players.

Kirby’s Return to Dream Land arrives on February 24, but this preorder deal will probably sell out before then.

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