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My Nintendo Adds New Mario Physical Rewards
You can now redeem Platinum points for a handful of new physical items inspired by Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Nintendo has been slowly expanding its My Nintendo loyalty program with new rewards. While the program has traditionally only offered digital prizes like wallpapers and discounts on select Wii U and 3DS games, the company has added a handful of physical items to the rewards catalog in recent weeks, and the newest selection features a couple of items inspired by Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Paper Mario: The Origami King.
Five new physical rewards are now available on My Nintendo. First is a set of Mario posters, each one featuring the cover art from the three games included in 3D All-Stars: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. There's also a small Super Mario zipper case to store Switch game cards, Paper Mario origami and postcard sets, and a racer ID to go along with the newly released Mario Kart Live.
You can see all the newly added Mario rewards, along with how many points each one costs, below. Physical rewards are typically limited in quantities, however, so if any of these items catch your eye, it's best to jump on them sooner rather than later. You will also still need to pay shipping on any physical rewards you redeem.
- Super Mario 3D All-Stars poster set (800 Platinum points)
- Super Mario zipper case (800 Platinum points)
- Paper Mario: The Origami King origami set (400 Platinum points)
- Paper Mario: The Origami King postcard set (300 Platinum points)
- Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit racer ID holder and lanyard (800 Platinum points)
If you're short on Platinum points for the rewards, there are a few ways to earn more. You can receive some for completing certain tasks in some of Nintendo's mobile games like Fire Emblem Heroes and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. You can also earn points for visiting official Nintendo websites and completing tasks, like finding hidden Pikmin around the official Pikmin 3 website.
In addition to Platinum points, you can earn Gold points through the My Nintendo program. These are earned when you purchase select Switch games, and you can use them toward digital purchases, making them effectively eShop credit. You can read more about how My Nintendo Gold points work here.
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