Bargain Alert: Nintendo eShop Credit 10% off at Big W from June 20th

by Daniel VuckovicJune 9, 2019

Just like last year, Big W is once again offering 10% off Nintendo eShop cards in their yearly toy catalogue – it’s time stock up!

Here’s the snapshot from the catalogue!

From June 20th, Big W will have $15, $30 and $60 cards for the 10% off for the entire month. Sadly this will just miss the E3 sale, but good news there are twenty Australian and New Zealand made Nindies on sale now too.

All denominations of cards are up for grabs at the reduced rate;

  • $60 eShop card becomes $54
  • $30 eShop card becomes $27
  • $15 eShop card becomes $13.50

While $6 off a game isn’t a tonne, your best bet is to stock up on these and use them in conjunction with other sales for double the dose of discounts.

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  • Jesse Molendijk
    June 9, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    Anyone who works at a Woolworth’s group shop will get a further 10 percent store discount from Big W too 🙂

  • ThePoetPyronius
    June 9, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Nice. Worth noting that you can use eshop credit to get the newly announced Game Vouchers, which get you 2 x AAA games. Normally it’s $135, with the BugW discount you’re spending $121.50, which makes it $60.75 per digital copy of a AAA game. Pretty great deal if you’re looking at new titles like Super Mario Maker 2 or Pokemon Sword and Shield.

    • AutumnalBlake
      June 9, 2019 at 5:37 pm

      Thanks for running the maths! I’ll definitely be taking advantage of this one.

  • M
    June 9, 2019 at 5:20 pm

    Also getting gold coins for buying the vouchers.

    Want to get animal crossing, but not sure what else digital.

  • Markthulhu
    June 9, 2019 at 5:52 pm

    Does EB Games match discounts on eshop cards? Have a few things to trade and have been waiting for a sale like this

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