- Purchase via app: private account and the PostFinance App (Android or iOS)
- Purchase from Postomats: private account with the PostFinance Card
- Purchase in e-finance: private account with e-finance
Gamers are buying their games for Nintendo Switch in the Nintendo eShop online and downloading Pokémon, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 3, Minecraft, FIFA 22 or Zelda directly onto their console. You can get credit for purchases in the eShop or Nintendo Switch online memberships conveniently via the PostFinance App, in e-finance or at Postomats. You can get credit for purchases in the eShop conveniently via the PostFinance App or at Postomats. You can redeem the credit directly or give it as a gift via a mobile number.
Purchase credit without credit cards
Direct debit from your private account
Cost control for subscriptions and memberships
There are no additional fees for your purchase.
Wherever you happen to be: log in, purchase and load credit, and start gaming.
Download the app directly from the App Store or Google Play:
Select the “Assets” tile under the “Offers” menu or log in directly.
At Postomats, select the menu item “Purchase and load”.
You can purchase all the content in the Nintendo eShop with credit of CHF 20 / 35 / 75 / 110 / 150. Codes for Nintendo Switch Online can only be used for 3-month or 12-month memberships.
Save yourself a trip to the kiosk by purchasing your Nintendo credit easily in our app or in e-finance. Your phone is the kiosk in your trouser pocket.
Using the link in the PostFinance App or in e-finance, you can redeem the Nintendo credit code directly in the Nintendo eShop. The following link will take you to the page where you can redeem your Nintendo credit.
You can redeem the credit directly or give it as a gift via a mobile number.
In contrast to a gift card, you can purchase Nintendo credit online with the PostFinance App or in e-finance. You will receive the code online and can redeem it immediately. This means you don’t need to go to a kiosk or physical point of sale, nor do you have to scratch to reveal the code or type it in manually.