A few My Nintendo rewards are back in stock for the first time in weeks

The All-Stars poster set in particular is slippery

So the My Nintendo rewards store has been pretty popular again, thanks to the addition of actual physical products. Now it’s not nearly as sweet as Club Nintendo (you pay for shipping, and there aren’t as many rewards), but it works.

Over the course of the last few weeks, a number of items have gone in and out of stock rather rapidly, including all of the Animal Crossing and Xenoblade items. Amazingly, the holiday cards and ornament are also all gone, and possibly won’t be restocked given the seasonal nature of the items.

So what went back in stock? Well, the coveted Mario 3D All-Stars poster set (800 platinum), the Mario zipper case (800), and the Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit lanyard (800) are back. At the time of publication, the Xenoblade sticker sheets, Mario Kart Live decoration kit, and Origami King origami set and postcards, as well as the Pikmin 3 decals and coasters are still in stock.

It also looks like the Tom Nook keychain has been completely removed from the My Nintendo store; and doesn’t even have a placeholder for “this item is temporarily out of stock.” As the most expensive item to date at 1000 points, this thing went pretty fast.

As a reminder, we have a giant guide on all things My Nintendo here. Jump in and bookmark it if you want to bank some points. Remember, the art print for Age of Calamity still hasn’t gone on sale yet: we expect it to be around 1000 points.

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Chris Carter
EIC, Reviews Director - Chris has been enjoying Destructoid avidly since 2008. He finally decided to take the next step in January of 2009 blogging on the site. Now, he's staff!