Last chance to sign up for Nintendo Inquirer's July Patreon box! | Nintendo Wire

Have you heard? Nintendo Inquirer has its very own Patreon! Patreon is a service that helps creators in the world do what they love: create. Everyone on the Nintendo Inquirer team wants to see the site continue to grow and thrive, and in order to do that, we could use a little help from you. Helping us doesn’t come without benefits though – we want to give back to you for giving us your support, and that’s where our Nintendo themed rewards come in. We highly recommend that you head over to the official Nintendo Inquirer to Patreon page to see all of the available rewards in the tiers we offer to our supporters.

Time is running out for July’s promo box, which is acquirable by pledging $30 a month to us. And this is one box we know you won’t want to miss! In it, you’ll receive an Eeveelution plush, an item we picked up at E3, and a few other goodies. Registration for this next promo box ends on June 30th, so make sure to submit your pledge before then if you want a chance to not only get your hands on some really awesome Nintendo stuff, but also help out the Nintendo Inquirer site and team in the process.

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This round of promo boxes will ship in mid to late July! And if you’re interested in even more Nintendo goodness, take a gander at our custom amiibo box tier that’s reachable by pledging $110. Our first custom amiibo box, which will include a one-of-a-kind creation that no one else in the world will ever own, is crafted by the incredibly talented AK Shop. Every supporter will receive a unique custom that no other person will receive, which makes this box extra special in our eyes. Supplies for this tier are extremely limited, so get one while you can!

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Written by Lauren Ganos
Creative Director, Managing Editor

Designer and writer by day, gamer by night, Lauren dreams big when it comes to creative endeavors. Perhaps that's why she's taken on the roles of creative director and managing editor for Nintendo Wire. If she had a video game superhero alias, it might just be The Visionary, a true keeper of imaginative order.

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