You can get an official set of real life Smash Bros. envelopes now on My Nintendo

400 Platinum Points for Smash Bros envelopes [Update: The My Nintendo Smash Bros. envelopes are back in stock. They’re still going...
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400 Platinum Points for Smash Bros envelopes

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[Update: The My Nintendo Smash Bros. envelopes are back in stock. They’re still going for 400 Platinum Points.]

My Nintendo is opening the physical product flood gates again: and I think some fans are going to dig what’s on offer, even if it’s yet another stationary item.

Yep, it’s none other than the iconic Smash Bros. envelopes themselves, as you can pick up “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Sets” for 400 Platinum Points. The set includes three cards (white/green/blue), envelopes, and stickers (seals). The Smash Bros envelopes are about in line with the triple holiday card set (Mario, Peach, Bowser) that recently went on sale for 300 Platinum Points.

Nintendo also added in a “Splatoon 2 / Super Mario Splatfest” keychain set, which features two keychains: a mushroom and a star with ink on them. These are in honor of this week’s Splatfest, which, by the way, counts as a Mario mission for the upcoming second pin set. The keychain set is 350 Platinum Points.

As a reminder, you can find our full Platinum Point guide here: bookmark it for when you need quick points for a reward, like the Metroid Dread poster two-pack here. A handful of points is incredibly easy to get, as that’s basically just 15 minutes with Super Mario Run, or a quick sign-on to the 3DS or Wii U 3Shop. Also remember that any shipments are bundled together, so you can pay a flat rate for multiple items instead of paying it each time.

Power up with this new Super Mario Splatfest keychain set reward from My Nintendo [My Nintendo]

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Chris Carter
Managing Editor - 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!
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