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About My Nintendo

Sign In/Account Creation Issues

About My Nintendo Points and Missions

Redeeming Gold Points for Games

About My Nintendo Rewards

About My Nintendo

What is My Nintendo?

My Nintendo is a Nintendo Account service that connects your Nintendo experiences across multiple touchpoints, from gaming systems to computers and smartphones.

Earn points by playing apps on your smart devices or buying digital games for your Nintendo Switch, Wii U, or Nintendo 3DS systems. These points can be redeemed for various My Nintendo rewards.

You can also use My Nintendo Gold Points as payment towards eligible digital Nintendo Switch game and DLC purchases in the Nintendo Switch eShop and on the Nintendo website (where available).

A Nintendo Account is required to start using My Nintendo.

How do I start using My Nintendo?

My Nintendo is open to anyone with a Nintendo Account.

To start using My Nintendo:

  1. Visit My Nintendo.
  2. Select Sign in/Create account.
  3. Create or sign in to your Nintendo Account.
    • After creating your Nintendo Account, make sure to link your Nintendo Network ID if you have one! Once your Nintendo Network ID is linked, you can earn Gold Points for all eligible Nintendo Switch, Wii U, and Nintendo 3DS digital purchases associated with your Nintendo Account.

That’s it! Once you’re signed in, you can review your My Nintendo points history, check out the latest My Nintendo rewards, and view active missions you can complete to earn My Nintendo points.

Can children under age 13 participate in My Nintendo?

A Nintendo Account is required to start using My Nintendo. As stated in the Nintendo Account User Agreement, children under age 13 cannot create their own Nintendo Account. However, a Nintendo Account for a child under 13 (and up to age 17) can be created by a parent/guardian by adding it through the parent/guardian’s Nintendo Account. Once the Nintendo Account has been created for a child, they can participate in My Nintendo.

Sign In/Account Creation Issues

I can’t remember my Nintendo Account sign in information (email address, password). What should I do?

  • Make sure you are using the correct method to sign in. If you created your Nintendo Account by linking it to an existing account (such as Twitter or Facebook), select the corresponding button on the sign in page to sign in via your existing account.
    • If using an iOS device (such as an iPhone or iPad), you will only be able to sign in using your Nintendo Account e-mail address and password. If you have difficulty signing in this way, follow our steps on Unable to Sign In to Nintendo Account on iOS Device.
  • If you have not yet created a Nintendo Account, select Create a Nintendo Account on the sign in page, then follow the steps to create your account. (Note that a Nintendo Network ID can be linked to a Nintendo Account, but they are not the same thing.)
  • If you do not remember the password associated to your Nintendo Account, and you created your account with:
    • Social Media Services (Twitter, Facebook, Google, Apple ID): Visit the social networking site that you used to sign in to your Nintendo Account, and follow the directions there to update your password.
    • No other services (Nintendo Account only): Click Forgot your password? on the sign in page for steps to reset your password.

Where should I go to sign in to My Nintendo?

To access My Nintendo, sign in via your Nintendo Account:

  1. Visit My Nintendo.
  2. Select Sign in / Create account.
  3. Sign in to your Nintendo Account.

Once you’re signed in, you can review your My Nintendo points history, check out the latest My Nintendo rewards, and view active missions you can complete to earn My Nintendo points.

Please note that a Nintendo Account is required to use My Nintendo. If you have not yet created a Nintendo Account, please use the Create a Nintendo Account option instead.

How do I set or change a Mii?

To add a new Mii to your profile, you can either create one through your Nintendo Account settings or link your Nintendo Account to a Nintendo Network ID. You can add up to 6 Mii characters to your Nintendo Account profile.

Once you have added a Mii to your Nintendo Account, you can edit it through your Nintendo Account settings.

My Mii character doesn’t show up. What should I do?

To add a new Mii to your profile, you can either create one through your Nintendo Account settings or link your Nintendo Account to a Nintendo Network ID.

How can I adjust my Nintendo Account profile settings (email address, etc.)?

Once you have signed in to My Nintendo, click your profile icon (in the upper-right corner of the screen), then select Settings. From here you can view or update your profile information and email address, change your password, link your Nintendo Network ID or social media services, and manage email communications.

Please note that any changes you make to your account settings on this page will also be reflected to your Nintendo Account.

Can I delete my Nintendo Account?

Yes. You can delete your account through the Profile setting of your Nintendo Account. Deletion of your Nintendo Account will result in loss of all data associated to it, including but not limited to:

  • Mission status, points, and rewards in the My Nintendo rewards program
  • Digital content that you purchased or acquired and that is linked to your Nintendo Account, including in-app content and coins
  • Save data of apps linked to your Nintendo Account
  • Discounts such as Just for You offers.

You may reactivate your account for a period of four weeks after deletion; once this time frame has passed, the account will be permanently deleted and cannot be restored.

Deleting your Nintendo Account will not delete your Nintendo Network ID or any linked social media accounts.

Can I change my country of residence?

Yes, it is possible to change your country of residence.

Please read the following important information first:

  • Gold Points are only usable in countries that use the same currency as the country where they were earned. If you change the country setting associated with your Nintendo Account, your Gold Points will remain in your Nintendo Account, but they will not be displayed and cannot be used in countries with a different currency.
  • Your Nintendo eShop account balance does not carry over when you change your Nintendo Account country. You will need to use the remaining funds before you can change your country.
  • To redeem rewards for Wii U or Nintendo 3DS downloadable games or content, your Nintendo Account country of residence must be the same as that of your Wii U or Nintendo 3DS system.
    • For example, if your Nintendo Account is set to the United States, you can redeem points for a Wii U or Nintendo 3DS download code. This code will only work on a system with a country of residence/region set to the United States. (It would not work on a system with a country of residence/region set to Japan.)
    • Please note that point refunds or download code exchanges will not be made if you mistakenly redeem your points for a download code for the wrong country.

About My Nintendo Points and Missions

What are My Nintendo points used for?

You can earn My Nintendo points by completing various missions or purchasing games from the official Nintendo website and Nintendo eShop, or physical games through a retailer.

My Nintendo points can be redeemed for various Nintendo-themed rewards through the My Nintendo website.

  • My Nintendo Platinum Points can also be used to purchase exclusive physical rewards in the My Nintendo store, or to create custom user profile icons for use on your Nintendo Switch system.
  • You can also use My Nintendo Gold Points as payment towards eligible digital Nintendo Switch game and DLC purchases in the Nintendo Switch eShop and on the Nintendo website (where available).

What kinds of My Nintendo points are there?

There are two kinds of My Nintendo points: Platinum Points and Gold Points. Each type is earned in a different way and can be redeemed for different types of rewards.

Do My Nintendo points expire?

Yes. Different types of points are valid for different lengths of time:

  • Gold Points are valid until the last day of the month 12 months after you earn them. (For example, points earned on April 15, 2017 would expire on April 30, 2018.)
  • Platinum Points (all types) are valid until the last day of the month 6 months after you earn them. (For example, points earned on April 15, 2017 would expire on October 30, 2017.)

You can see if you have any points that are about to expire via the points history page of the My Nintendo website when signed in to your Nintendo Account.

How can I check my My Nintendo points history?

You can check the My Nintendo points you’ve earned, how you’ve redeemed them, and what points will expire via the points history page of the My Nintendo website when signed in to your Nintendo Account.

How do I earn My Nintendo points?

There are many ways to earn My Nintendo points:

  • You can earn Gold Points by purchasing eligible games and things like downloadable content. Points are awarded based on the amount you pay (excluding tax and any points or discounts used). View more details about earning and redeeming Gold Points.
    • To earn Gold Points for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U digital purchases, make sure to link your Nintendo Network ID (NNID) if you have one. Once your NNID is linked, you can earn Gold Points for all eligible Nintendo 3DS and Wii U digital purchases linked to your account. An NNID is not needed to earn Gold Points for Nintendo Switch digital purchases.
  • to earn Platinum Points.
    • For some missions, you will need to select Collect points to receive your points after completing the mission. These missions may also have a timeframe during which the points must be collected. If this time passes, the mission will count as completed but the points will not be granted.
    • Some missions do not appear on the My Nintendo website, but can be completed by using Nintendo Switch online services, like playing games that use online play or Save Data Cloud services. These missions require an active Nintendo Switch Online membership, and further details can be found by on your Nintendo Switch.
  • Redeem a My Nintendo point code. From time to time, Nintendo will distribute point codes that can be redeemed for My Nintendo points. The points will appear on the points history page of the My Nintendo website when signed in to your Nintendo Account.

How do I collect My Nintendo points after completing a mission?

Once you’ve completed a mission’s requirements, you will usually automatically receive the points for that mission.

  • Please note that some Platinum Point missions will require you to manually use the Collect points option to receive your points.
  • Some missions will require you to on your Nintendo Switch to collect the points.

All points you earn and collect will appear on the points history page of the My Nintendo website when signed in to your Nintendo Account.

Can I give away or trade My Nintendo points?

No. My Nintendo points cannot be transferred, sold, or traded to other people.

The number of Platinum Points I have is different between the My Nintendo website and within a smart device application. Why is that?

Platinum Points earned through a smart device app are managed separately depending on the operating system of your device. If you use the app on an iOS device as well as an Android device, the number of Platinum Points you see within the application for each operating system will be different.

Platinum Points are awarded based on the operating system of the device used to complete a mission. There are also times where points will be awarded to the most recently accessed device.

The number of Platinum Points for each app that you see on the My Nintendo website is the total of these two, so please visit the My Nintendo website to view your total number of Platinum Points.

I completed a mission on a smart device app, but I didn’t receive Platinum Points. Why is that?

Platinum Points for smart device apps are managed separately depending on the operating system of your device. If you use the app on an iOS device as well as an Android device, the number of Platinum Points you see within the application for each operating system will be different.

The number of Platinum Points for each app that you see on the My Nintendo website is the total of these two, so please visit the My Nintendo website to view your total number of Platinum Points.

When do daily or weekly missions reset?

Daily missions reset each day at 12:00 AM (in the time zone your Nintendo Account is set to).

Weekly missions reset each week on Monday at 12:00 AM (in the time zone your Nintendo Account is set to).

Redeeming Gold Points for Games

How do I redeem my Gold Points on digital purchases?

Whenever you purchase eligible digital Nintendo Switch content (on the Nintendo eShop or Nintendo website), you have the option to use your My Nintendo Gold Points towards the cost of the purchase.

You can choose how many Gold Points you want to use, and pay for the remaining balance with Nintendo eShop funds or any other payment method available in Nintendo eShop.

How much are Gold Points worth when redeemed for digital purchases?

My Nintendo members earn points equivalent to the following percentage of the purchase amount (excluding tax and any points or discounts used):

  • 5% for eligible digital software on the Nintendo website or Nintendo eShop (Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, and Wii U)
  • 1% for physical purchases (Nintendo Switch)

My Nintendo Gold Points are promotional and have no cash value and cannot be redeemed for cash or its equivalent. They accrue at the rate of 5 Gold Points per $1.00 USD spent on eligible purchases, and can be redeemed for $0.01 per Gold Point towards eligible digital Nintendo Switch purchases.

For example, if you spend $59.99 to purchase an eligible digital Nintendo Switch game, you will accrue 300 Gold Points (5%). This equates to $3.00 in Gold Point value that you can apply to a future eligible purchase on the Nintendo website or in the Nintendo Switch eShop.

Can Gold Points be used to purchase Nintendo 3DS or Wii U software?

Gold Points cannot be used to purchase Nintendo 3DS or Wii U software (either on-device or through nintendo.com).

Were there any changes to the Gold Points I’ve accumulated up until March 5, 2018?

The number of Gold Points in your balance has not been adjusted.

The value of the remaining points in your balance is $0.01 USD per Gold Point if redeemed towards eligible Nintendo Switch purchases made through Nintendo eShop and nintendo.com (where available).

Can I redeem Gold Points in a different country?

Gold Points are only usable in countries that use the same currency as the country where they were earned.

If you change the country setting associated with your Nintendo Account, your Gold Points will remain in your Nintendo Account, but they will not be displayed and cannot be used in countries with a different currency.

About My Nintendo Rewards

How do I get My Nintendo rewards?

Once you have earned the points required for a certain reward, you can redeem your points for the reward. The type and number of points required for each reward varies.

You can also use My Nintendo Gold Points as payment towards eligible digital Nintendo Switch game and DLC purchases in the Nintendo Switch eShop and on the Nintendo website (where available).

My Nintendo Platinum Points can also be used to purchase exclusive physical rewards in the My Nintendo store. For more information, please see the .

My Nintendo Platinum Points can additionally be used to create custom user profile icons for use on your Nintendo Switch system.

What kinds of My Nintendo rewards are available?

There are a variety of rewards available or planned for My Nintendo, including:

  • Exclusive physical My Nintendo Store rewards
    • You can find more information about My Nintendo Store rewards by .
  • Digital content for Nintendo’s smartphone and tablet applications
  • Game guides and wallpaper for your smart device or PC.
  • Custom user profile icons for use on your Nintendo Switch system.

You can also use My Nintendo Gold Points as payment towards eligible digital Nintendo Switch game and DLC purchases in the Nintendo Switch eShop and on the Nintendo website (where available).

How long are My Nintendo rewards available for?

Rewards are available for a set period of time (some rewards may be offered repeatedly). Once that period ends, you will no longer be able to redeem your points for that reward.

While you are logged in, you can check the reward details to see when a specific reward will expire.

How can I check what My Nintendo rewards I’ve redeemed points for?

You can check which rewards you’ve redeemed points for by visiting the rewards page of the My Nintendo website when signed in to your Nintendo Account.

Can I Return or Exchange a My Nintendo Reward?

Please see our information on .

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