Nintendo launched My Nintendo, a successor to the Club Nintendo rewards program, alongside Miitomo yesterday; the program features three different kinds of currency that can be earned by purchasing games, interacting with Miitomo, and more. However, in a recent interview with IGN, Nintendo’s Bill Trinen explained that these reward coins will expire approximately six months after they are earned. According to Trinen, My Nintendo coins will expire on the first end-of-month day six months after they have been earned; so, if you earned a coin today, it would expire on October 31st at 11:59 PM PT.

Source: IGN

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