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ZoomBucks lets you convert your earnings into a Nintendo eShop gift card
Want to broaden your Nintendo gaming library and other downloadable purchases without shelling out extra cash for it? ZoomBucks offers you the exciting chance to redeem the points you have earned legitimately into a Nintendo eShop gift card - so you can start making your purchases and enjoying all the games you love!
How ZoomBucks Works
It’s pretty easy and straightforward. First, go to ZoomBucks.com and register for free. Once you’ve logged in, you can enter your invite code to get 500 FREE points! Then - you’re ready to earn!
Upon signing up, you’ll see “Next Steps” on top of your dashboard. In this section, you can complete your profile to determine your demographic. Make sure to fill out all the fields as honestly and as accurately as you can. Doing this will ensure that you get notifications on offers, rewards, and surveys right away. There is also a link to guides showing you how to earn faster and more efficiently.
There are three ways to earn on ZoomBucks. You can choose to complete offers, answer surveys, or watch videos.
When you have completed tasks, and as soon as you have accumulated 10,000 points, you can head on over to the ZoomBucks Rewards Store and pick out a Nintendo eShop gift card as your reward. It’s really that simple!
How to Redeem Your Free Nintendo eShop Codes
Your free Nintendo eShop codes will be emailed to you within 48 business hours. Once your receive it, sign in to your Nintendo account. Click on the Nintendo eShop icon in the home page, then look for the Settings/Other menu. Click on that and select Redeem Download Code. You will then be prompted to enter your unique code from ZoomBucks. After you have keyed in the code, press OK. You can opt to start downloading games right away, or leave it at a later time.
This highly successful Japanese multinational company is perhaps best known for being behind the wildly popular Pokemon, Mario, and The Legend of Zelda video gaming franchises, but they are also so much more than that. Though Nintendo eventually ventured into video games in the 1970s, its parent company was founded way back in 1889 and produced handmade playing cards. The late 70s saw the company producing the first of its gaming consoles, which paved the way for arcade games - Donkey Kong being its most popular game at the time. Then came Game & Watch in the late 70s to early 80s, followed by NES, Game Boy, Nintendo DS, Wii, and Nintendo Switch. Within a week of the release of Super Mario Run, the company witnessed at least 50 million downloads of the game by excited users. Nintendo currently has an estimated market value of $85 billion and is considered an influential force in the video gaming and consumer electronics industries the world over.