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Free Sandisk 128GB card with purchase of 12 month Nintendo Switch online -$45

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[Best Buy] Free Sandisk 128GB card with purchase of 12 month Nintendo Switch online -$45

Buy a Nintendo Switch Online 12-Month Family Membership at Best Buy, get a free SanDisk 128GB 100MB/s microSDXC Memory Card for Nintendo Switch

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/ni ... d/13285473

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/sa ... h/12488005

ONLINE ONLY. Save $45 when you bundle this 128GB SanDisk microSDXC card with purchase of Nintendo Switch Online 12 month Family Membership.
How to get this deal:

1: Add Nintendo Switch Online 12 month Family Membership to cart.

2: Add 128GB SanDisk microSDXC card to cart.

3: Once both items are in cart, discount will be applied automatically.

When you check out, it discounts the SD card of $49.99 instead of $44.99, so total comes out to $48.54
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Dec 22, 2012
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silly question, i can use this to extend my current family membership?
[OP]
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Jun 19, 2006
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xhalo21 wrote: silly question, i can use this to extend my current family membership?
I believe you can only stack up to 3 years of Nintendo switch online. So for example if you have 6 months left on your current subscription, you should be able to add another year for 1 1/2 years total. See link below

https://en-americas-support.nintendo.co ... ad%20codes.
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Feb 24, 2008
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Apr 16, 2009
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Thanks OP, needed another memory card for our families 3rd Switch. Feels so good knowing it has a Nintendo mushroom picture on it even though I will only see it once.
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Do you need a memory card to save the games? Whats the online used for, playing with others?
xtreme to the maximum
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Nov 3, 2005
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This makes buying Nintendo Switch Online bearable. Thanks.
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Jan 18, 2009
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We just picked up a Switch for the kids.

Can someone help explain to me why this offer is $45 CAD, compared to Nintendo's website which has the family online membership for $79 USD? Are we comparing apples to apples still?

Apologies in advance for what maybe an inept question.... but appreciate the clarity in advance! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Apr 15, 2003
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JaaK wrote: We just picked up a Switch for the kids.

Can someone help explain to me why this offer is $45 CAD, compared to Nintendo's website which has the family online membership for $79 USD? Are we comparing apples to apples still?

Apologies in advance for what maybe an inept question.... but appreciate the clarity in advance! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
This doesn't include the expansion (N64, MK8 additional courses, Sega Genesis, etc.).
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JaaK wrote: We just picked up a Switch for the kids.

Can someone help explain to me why this offer is $45 CAD, compared to Nintendo's website which has the family online membership for $79 USD? Are we comparing apples to apples still?

Apologies in advance for what maybe an inept question.... but appreciate the clarity in advance! Smiling Face With Open Mouth
I think you're comparing it to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack or whatever Nintendo calls it. That package comes with a few more games you can play and access to Nintendo 64 online for the Switch. The regular Family Plan is only $34.99 USD a year.
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Jan 18, 2009
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surrealillusion wrote: This doesn't include the expansion (N64, MK8 additional courses, Sega Genesis, etc.).
Got it! Thanks so much for clarifying...
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Jun 12, 2021
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Is this deal dead? Don’t see the aforementioned discount in cart
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Apr 15, 2004
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SumoDomo wrote: Is this deal dead? Don’t see the aforementioned discount in cart
It seems so. The SD card is on sale itself now, which it wasn't when the discount was available. I guess it was part of last week's promotions and we just didn't notice until the very end.
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Deal was dead
Simple is the best.
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Just curious how fast does it take for them to process the digital code for nintendo online?

I added both to my cart and got to the payment screen went to do something and 10 mins later checked out. Got the confirmation email, but only list the memory card for the order but includes the promo code and don't think I was charged for the memory card. There was no mention of the subscription code.

Wondering if anyone else had this problem. Checked out before midnight, hoping that the deal didn't sell out while it was in my cart and expired.
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Nov 3, 2005
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Toronto
parafilm wrote: Just curious how fast does it take for them to process the digital code for nintendo online?

I added both to my cart and got to the payment screen went to do something and 10 mins later checked out. Got the confirmation email, but only list the memory card for the order but includes the promo code and don't think I was charged for the memory card. There was no mention of the subscription code.

Wondering if anyone else had this problem. Checked out before midnight, hoping that the deal didn't sell out while it was in my cart and expired.
My order time: January 12, 2023 at 22:42 PT

Code arrived from Codes2Go on January 13, 2023 at 3:07 PT
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Feb 18, 2008
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Ho come on! It’s the second time I miss this promotion. First at the source then Best Buy. I looked at best buy three days ago to see if they had this promotion and haven’t seen it.

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