I bought this card online so I could use the code in the e-shop and get a game I wanted digitally. I didn’t have to go out to a store, and there is also the added benefit that I can take this game wherever my switch goes!
Well there's no too much to say a bout it, just that I bought this gift card for my nephew for his birthday because he wants to us it, to buy some costumes on fortnite game on his Nintendo Switch and he was so happy when he knew the price I bought for him and that he could get another game as well.
Great way to add money if you dont want to link a credit card to your nintendo account. Got the code emailed in a few hours and was able to add the funds to my account and purchase Metroid Dread on launch day so i could play it asap and do a review of the game without wasting time going to the store or waiting for a game to be shipped to me. (especially since wally-world took a week longer for the game I pre-ordered to actually arrive.
It was day 1. The mushroom kingdom was calling my name. I decided I would embark on this journey. I had to hop over the front door checkers. There was a man in front of the phones but I easily evaded him in the anime bluray section. there was a lady she had purple streaks in her hair she surprised me with 3 cartwheel and a flip. i dodged and had it in my possession . the task of buying was a long series of flips over gator pits and crumbling ledges. the teller has snake eyes but had no issue checking me out. His name was Steve. Good guy. We had drinks!
You get exactly what you pay for with this gift card! I really recommend it if you want to put $5 on your Nintendo eShop account. It is the easiest way. I tried to tape a $5 to my Switch, but it didn't work, even when I left it overnight. I then tried to take a picture of a $5 bill, again, no luck. Then I bought this, and it worked! YEAH!!!
A:AnswerIt functions exactly the same, except the code that would be on the physical card is just emailed to you. The downside is you don't get a physical copy of the card. But they'll email you the code, and you can just forward that to your grandson. Really quick process, and pretty painless!
A:AnswerYes! I buy these for my son. You upload them to your switch and then you can make purchases to games such as fornite or other in-app/game purchases in your switch. The codes are pretty long just like iTunes cards. Its not difficult to upload them.
A:AnswerYour Eshop gift card most likely got sent the day after u purchased it, it almost always gets sent to your spam. Go check out your spam and go back to when u purchased it, You should then be able to find your codes. :)