If you’ve been faithfully collecting coins for Club Nintendo these past six years, then you may be in for some disappointing news – Nintendo’s announced that its member rewards program will be coming to an end worldwide with some type of new program to be named sometime in the near-future.
In that time, gamers could purchase any number of Nintendo games, register hardware, and complete online surveys, to earn coins to spend on everything from digital games and physical memorabilia that most notably included a Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon statue two years ago.
Club Nintendo members have until the end of March to earn what remaining coins they can, which can be spent through June.
At the present, members have nine digital games to choose from:
• Excitebike on Wii U
• Super Mario Bros. 2 on Wii U
• Grill-Off with Ultra Hand on Wii
• Super Metroid on Wii
• Super Punch-Out on Wii
• Donkey Kong playable on 3DS
• The Legend of Zelda on 3DS
• Super Mario Land on 3DS
• Wario Land II on 3DS
Additionally, there are 3DS game card cases available, Mario and Luigi greeting cards, Nintendogs greeting cards, a Super Smash Bros. poster set, and a NES Remix T-Shirt.
In addition, Nintendo’s said that more physical and digital items are to come in February, so keep those unused codes on hand if you can. Club Nintendo members will also be granted a free copy of Flipnote Studio 3D next month. New Club Nintendo accounts will be accepted until Mar. 31st, but don’t wait too long before it’s all gone.
Via Club Nintendo