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Deluxe Digital Promotion Details Explained

By Kevin on Oct 31 2012 06:53 PM
Nintendo have released an official Press Release that explains the details when it comes to their Deluxe Digital Promotion. Consumers who purchase the Wii U Deluxe Set will earn points when they purchase downloadable content from the Wii U eShop. This exclusive incentive offers a great way for the consumers to discover an ever-growing library of downloadable software and take advantage of special offers.

Wii U Deluxe Set owners who purchase digital Wii U games, or any other type of downloadable content from the Wii U eShop, will earns points that have an approximate value of 10 percent of the list price of each purchase. This also includes download codes sold at select retail stores.

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For example, a downloadable Wii U game, priced at $59.99, would earn 599 points. For every 500 points that are earned, participants will receive a code worth $5 in credit toward the purchase of downloadable content for either the Wii U eShop or the 3DS eShop. In essence, 100 earned points has a value of $1.00. The special promotional offer starts immediately upon the launch of the Wii U, which is November 18th, 2012 and ends on December 31st, 2014.

An official Deluxe Digital Promotion website will be launched at some point this December that allows participants to track their earned points. They will also receive the credit codes upon logging in with their Nintendo Network ID and password. All codes must be received at this website no later than March 31st, 2015 in order to be valid. The received codes must be exchanged for Wii U or 3DS eShop credit no later than June 30th, 2015 in order to be valid. Nintendo eShop credit does not expire once received. Purchases made from the Nintendo 3DS eShop, via Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Basic Set systems are ineligible to receive this promotional offer.

Source: Nintendo Deluxe Digital Promotion | Nintendo.com

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Comments: 3

It's somewhat surprising that Nintendo of America only now revealed the info on this. Sure, it's much more detailed, but I believe Nintendo HQ and Nintendo of Europe explained the basic info and the 10% return profit on the same day the Wii U package details were revealed.
Cool beans.
I am glad that they revealed the info. I think this is a decent promotion.