Use My Nintendo Gold Points When Purchasing Switch Games From Today

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Under the current model, 100 My Nintendo Gold Points are equal to $1 AUD.

The Switch keeps track of how many hours you've spent playing a game. Additionally, service items/tickets, in-game items or virtual currency do not qualify to earn Gold Points. When making purchases on the eShop, players will be awarded five percent back on eligible purchases in the form of gold points.

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The My Nintendo program has been updated to allow users to cash in their My Nintendo Gold Points for Nintendo Switch games. 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.

Nintendo acknowledged play activity information is "displaying incorrectly" in a tweet, but also made it clear no data is being lost.

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The fix should be an easy one for Nintendo as the total simply needs to take into account years as well as days and months. It quickly earned the title of the US' fastest-selling console of all time and has already surpassed its Wii U successor in terms of overall sales. These Gold Points are issued automatically, so players should never have to worry about doing anything extra beyond registering the game itself or downloading it.

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