Club Nintendo (rewards program)

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This article is about the customer rewards program. For information about the German magazine, see here.

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Club Nintendo's logo
Countries with a Club Nintendo rewards program or an official Nintendo website. Countries in blue have neither, but are associated with the company otherwise.

Club Nintendo is a service currently operating in Japan, North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, South Africa, Russia, and Australia. Members receive points for registering Nintendo products, which can then be redeemed for Nintendo-themed merchandise.

On January 20, 2015, Nintendo announced that Club Nintendo will be discontinued in North America on June 30, 2015[1], and in all other regions on September 30, 2015.[2] A new membership program was also announced to replace Club Nintendo in the same year.

Mario-Related Club Nintendo Merchandise[edit]

North America[edit]

Current rewards[edit]

Since Club Nintendo has been announced to be discontinued, many items were added on February 2nd, 2015. Downloadable games will stay available until the very end of the rewards program, along with physical awards, unless they become out of stock.

Out of production / stock[edit]

Japan[edit]

Out of production / stock[edit]

Europe[edit]

Out of production / stock[edit]

Australia[edit]

Out of production / stock[edit]

Name in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クラブニンテンドーのリワードプログラム
Kurabu Nintendō no Riwādo Puroguramu
Spanish Programa de Recompensas Club Nintendo
French Programme de récompenses du Club Nintendo
Russian Клуб Нинтендо Ревардс Программ
Klub Nintendo Revards Programm
Korean 클럽 닌텐도 보상 프로그램
Keulleob Nintendo Bosang Peulogeulaem
Chinese 任天堂俱樂部獎勵計劃 (Traditional)
任天堂俱乐部奖励计划 (Simplified)
Rèntiāntáng Jùlèbù Jiǎnglì Jìhuà

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://club2.nintendo.com/program-notice/
  2. ^ Ashcraft, Brian (January 20, 2015). Nintendo Closing Club Nintendo. Kotaku. Retrieved January 20, 2015.

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