GAME starts selling eShop codes online and in-stores

Friday, 19th April 2013 15:24 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

GAME has announced a partnerships with Nintendo in which eShop codes will be sold through the retailer online and in-store starting today. The agreement will allow GAME to be the exclusive retailer to sell the codes, which will be issued via till receipt for in-store purchases or email when purchased online. Once activated, codes can be entered into the Nintendo eShop through 3DS or Wii U. For customers in the UK, GAME is also offering an extra 25% trade-in value on selected game trade-ins against Nintendo eShop purchases in store.



  1. DrDamn

    Nintendo really don’t want to be setting up exclusive deals for this sort of thing do they? Bit silly if you ask me, all the supermarkets support PSN and XBLA cards.

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