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how to find a pin!?!?!?

how do you find the pin and where is it located

DG713 238 posts since
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Jun 18, 2010 3:04 PM in response to: LUMALOVER1587
Re: how to find a pin!?!?!?

On any nintendo-published game released after 2008, you will see a card inside with something that says Join the Club or register your software. On the back should be a pin-number which you can type into the club nintendo website to take surveys and earn coins.

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Jun 18, 2010 3:04 PM in response to: LUMALOVER1587
Re: how to find a pin!?!?!?

 

To register your video game(s), there will be a "Register Your Software" or "Join the club." pamphlet included that has on the back of it a "PIN:" number that you use to register it in your "Club Nintendo" account.:)

 

However, the only video games that you can normally register are those made by Nintendo, so games made by other companies for Nintendo, like Resident Evil 4 (which is made by Capcom) or Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (Tecmo) can not be registered.

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Sep 2, 2010 4:09 AM in response to: ONE-OF-THREE
Re: how to find a pin!?!?!?

"Games Released December 2008 and After
All Nintendo DSi, Wii, and Nintendo DS games published by Nintendo in December 2008 and after can be registered and will qualify for surveys."

 

So, if the game you are registering meets the requirements and did not come with the code, what went wrong?

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Sep 2, 2010 3:24 PM in response to: YEAROFTHECATFANCLUB
Re: how to find a pin!?!?!?

YEAROFTHECATFANCLUB  wrote:

 

"Games Released December 2008 and After
All Nintendo DSi, Wii, and Nintendo DS games published by Nintendo in December 2008 and after can be registered and will qualify for surveys."

 

So, if the game you are registering meets the requirements and did not come with the code, what went wrong?

 

Were the video games brand new and unopened and perhaps the pamphlets were mistakenly left out, or were they pre-owned and perhaps someone has already registered the games and threw out the PINs?

 

Or it could be that the video games are not for use in North America, which would mean that there might be some other type of registration needed, perhaps a "Star" number included in with the manuals and other packaging.

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Sep 2, 2010 5:21 AM in response to: ONE-OF-THREE
Re: how to find a pin!?!?!?

But what to do, if it's answered that it is not valid, but input is correct.

Can email them to admin.

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