Nintendo 3ds cash card

2.6 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
Rated: Everyone
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About the Product

  • For replenishing your 3DS eWallet
  • Enjoy a full multimedia experience on the go with games, add-on content, 3D video on demand and a new eShop
  • eShop features demos, game trailers, user ratings and previews
  • Download classic Gameboy and Gameboy Color titles via the eShop
  • 3DS ONLY - $20 cash Value


Product Description

Your Nintendo 3DS delivers awe-inspiring graphics and glasses-free 3D visuals, providing you with the most immersive handheld gaming experience to date. From updated classics to augmented reality to 3D photography, the 3DS delivers a wealth of options that you love. Why not completely expand your 3DS experience with the help of this Nintendo 3DS Cash Card?

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ASIN B009UGIV42
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2.6 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #43,109 in videogames
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 2 x 1.2 x 0.1 inches
Media: Video Game

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This card is valued at exactly $20.00. If you pay a penny more, you are literally throwing your money away. Even if it's a gift, you can buy one someplace else for $20 and either e-mail or call the recipient with the code on the back, or spend an extra ten cents on a stamp and mail it.
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Complete ripoff. The cost of this should be 20 dollars and no more. Who comes up with idea to sell a prepaid 20 dollar card for 25 dollars anyway? And who buys it?
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I buy Microsoft Points for Xbox Live on here, I pay for what I get, and they email me the code I need instantly. One should be able to do the same with Nintendo eShop. This makes no sense.
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You can go to gamestop & buy the same thing for less than what is being charged here. This is an absolute waste of money if you need to buy one go to gamestop your local super store or gas station.
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This is a total rip-off if you live in the United States because you can buy them at face value at many locations. You should not be paying more than the value of the card. As someone else said, it is like trading $25 dollars for a crisp $20 bill.

Again, if you live outside of the US, this is a fine option - but for everyone else it is an absolute scam. Amazon needs to do something about this, like offer E-cards as they do for the Playstation network and the like.
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Nothing about that price point is okay. Who on earth would fall for this? Go basically anywhere else and buy a physical card. Your recipient will not mind the slight delay.
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By Raven69 on March 31, 2013
Every one seems to want to rip people off being the cash card is so hard to find; even WalMart is in the game to rip you off.
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Ahahahaha...no. Go to your local grocery store, they sell them at face value. 20.01+$ for a 20$ credit to the Nintendo eShop is criminal at best. Or use your credit/debit card. Those work just as well.
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