Last Chance To Get Discounts On Nintendo Eshop, Xbox Gift Cards In The US

Stack savings on discounts to save even more sweet cash.

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Heads up, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch owners. Newegg is running a promotion that saves you money when you buy Xbox or Nintendo Eshop gift cards. That means, if you're planning to buy a digital game from either store in the future, you're guaranteed to save money, whether the game is on sale or not. And if the game is on sale, the savings stack, sweetening the deal even more. But don't delay, because the gift card deal ends April 25.

Xbox One owners can buy a $100 Xbox gift card for $85 by entering promo code EMCPTEY48 at checkout. That gives you a guaranteed 15% off any purchase you make--for instance, on a popular game like PUBG. If you buy a game that's already on sale (like these horror games this week), you'll get even more savings.

For Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U owners, you can get a $50 Eshop gift card for $45 by entering the promo code EMCPTEY49 at checkout. That's a savings of 10%. If you're looking to add that discount onto an existing deal, you can find all the deals currently available on the Eshop right here. For Switch owners, Darkest Dungeon is a solid bet. As for 3DS, you can't go wrong with Etrian Mystery Dungeon or Persona Q.

In either case, the gift cards come in the form of codes Newegg emails to you. Just enter the code on the respective digital store, and it'll be added to your account. Then, the next time you buy a game, you can apply it to the purchase for instant savings.

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