You can now buy Switch games with your Gold Coins

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These points are £2.50 in value and can be redeemed towards any game that you want to buy.

It's one small step for My Nintendo kind, but at least there's something to use Gold Points on now instead of discounts for games you probably already own and earned points for. For physical software, you earn points by registering the title via the home menu. Unfortunately, the deal applies only to games for the Switch, so Wii U and 3DS games, as well as in-game items or virtual currencies, are not part of the new program. And that subscriptions, passes, in-game items, virtual currency, or downloadable content on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS will not reward you with Gold Points. 1 Gold Point amounts to 1 cent.

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Players will earn each 5% on eligible digital purchases on Nintendo.com or the Nintendo eShop, and 1% will be earned on physical purchases for the Switch.

After being announced last month, the promised My Nintendo changes to gold coins have now gone live.

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Players who desire to earn these Gold Points don't have to do anything more than register their game via the HOME Menu on the Nintendo Switch, if they bought a game physically, or just download it to their console.

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