My Nintendo Store Adds New Physical Rewards


  • The North American My Nintendo Store has added new physical rewards: a Super Mario Holiday Ornament and My Nintendo 2024 Desktop Calendar.
  • The calendar and ornament are priced at 400 and 500 Platinum Points, respectively.
  • The rewards are available while supplies last.

The North American My Nintendo Store has added new physical rewards in the form of a holiday ornament and desktop calendar featuring many iconic characters. The loyalty program was last expanded in mid-November, when My Nintendo added a nostalgic Super Mario RPG reverse cover.

The My Nintendo rewards program launched in the West on March 31, 2016. The initiative is the de facto successor to the now-defunct Club Nintendo, allowing users to collect loyalty points for making both physical and digital purchases, then exchange that virtual currency for a wide assortment of physical goodies. This selection of merchandise refreshes several times per year, with typical My Nintendo rewards ranging from Animal Crossing coasters and Metroid Prime pins to Pokemon cups and a variety of vinyl stickers.


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In yet another update to the loyalty program, My Nintendo rewards have been expanded to include a new Super Mario Holiday Ornament and My Nintendo 2024 Desktop Calendar. Although the latter looks like a more premium piece of merch, both on account of its utility value and bulk, it is actually the more affordable of the duo, priced at 400 Platinum Points. Meanwhile, the cute but tiny holiday ornament will set My Nintendo users back 500 Platinum Points.

New My Nintendo Store Rewards in December 2023

  • Super Mario Holiday Ornament (400 Platinum Points)
  • My Nintendo 2024 Desktop Calendar (500 Platinum Points)

As is always the case with My Nintendo merchandise, both the holiday ornament and desktop calendar are only available to users while supplies last. Nintendo has historically refreshed the stock of some particularly popular physical rewards on an occasion, but the seasonal nature of these newly introduced holiday goodies makes it unlikely that they’ll receive such treatment. After all, it’s equally implausible that fans will want to get their hands on a 2024 desktop calendar halfway through the following year.

My Nintendo Store Now Offers 23 Rewards

Although it hasn’t been that long that My Nintendo Store ran out of physical rewards in the aftermath of the global pandemic, its current selection is far from lacking; with these newly introduced additions, the loyalty program currently boasts 23 pieces of merch. The Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Vinyl Sticker Sheet No. 2 is still the most affordable of the lot, requiring only 300 Platinum Points to claim. Meanwhile, the reward prices top out at 800 Platinum Points, which is how much is required to claim a Splatoon 3 shopping bag, Super Mario Bros. Wonder double keychain, Mario and Me journal book, or pin sets featuring My Nintendo point coins and Metroid Prime Remastered artwork.

Based on Nintendo’s track record, it’s unlikely that its loyalty program will be expanded to include new rewards until early next year. In the meantime, users should bear in mind that My Nintendo Platinum Points expire six months after being earned.

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Source: Nintendo Life