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New Rewards For September From My Nintendo

September 1, 2016 / 9:08 AM

By: Jesse Waldack

my nintendo sept 16A new month started, so it is time for a new set of free and discounted game rewards from My Nintendo.  This time, the software discounts are all new and the free software is still the same from two months ago.  Since they expire at the end of this month, I would expect new rewards on October 1st.  Here are the new offerings:

Nintendo 3DS/Wii U software discounts:
All of these rewards are good for two months, expiring on November 30tht:

  • 15% off of Dr. Mario Miracle Cure for Nintendo 3DS for 140 Platinum Points
  • 15% off of Paper Mario: Sticker Star on Nintendo 3DS for 600 Platinum Points
  • 15% off of Fluidity: Spin Cycle on Nintendo 3DS for 170 Platinum Points
  • 15% off of Pushmo World on Wii U for 150 Platinum Points
  • 15% off of Yoshi’s Story Nintendo 64 Virtual Console on Wii U for 150 Platinum Points
  • 30% off of Star Fox 64 3D on Nintendo 3DS for 100 Gold Points
  • 30% off of F-Zero Maximum Velocity Game Boy Advance Virtual Console on Wii U for 20 Gold Points
  • 30% off of Mario Golf: World Tour on Nintendo 3DS for 80 Gold Points
  • 30% off of Fire Emblem Game Boy Advance Virtual Console on Wii U for 20 Gold Points

Nintendo 3DS/Wii U software/digital content (still available):
All of these rewards are good for three months, expiring on September 30th:

  • Metroid II: Return of Samus Game Boy Virtual Console on Nintendo 3DS for 30 Gold Points
  • Wario Land 3 Game Boy Color Virtual Console on Nintendo 3DS for 40 Gold Points
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 NES Virtual Console on Wii U for 40 Gold Points
  • Donkey Kong 3 NES Virtual Console on Nintendo 3DS for 40 Gold Points
  • Super Mario Kart SNES Virtual Console on Wii U for 60 Gold Points
  • DLC Pack 1 for Mario Kart 8 on Wii U for 60 Gold Points

Other rewards still available:

  • My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on Nintendo 3DS for 1000 Platinum Points until October 1st

About the author /


Having played Intellivision and Atari games since he was six, Jesse has not only grown up with video games, but has seen just about everything. A husband and father of three teenagers, he still tries to squeeze in a game or three when he is able.

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