Ready to be jealous of Japan once again? Nintendo and 7-Eleven have announced that they’re teaming up to promote Super Mario Bros. Wonder, and their campaign includes all sort of amazing Mario merch that will no doubt be incredibly popular.

The lineup of items that 7-Eleven customers can get is absolutely staggering, with some being available on specific dates, others offered through a lottery, and more still available on a first come-first served basis. You can see a complete breakdown of everything coming and how to get it below.

Starting October 5th, every time you buy 3 snacks from a selection of eligible snacks, you will receive one of 6 key rings (Wonder Flower, Talking Flower, Super Mushroom, Super Star, ? Block, and Fire Flower)

Starting October 12th, Mario and Luigi tumblers will be available for purchase at 7-Eleven and Nintendo Tokyo / Osaka (price: 2 959 Yen each).

Starting October 16th, Super Mario magnets will be available for purchase at 7-Eleven and Nintendo Tokyo / Osaka (price: 275 Yen each).

Until October 29th, if you buy a Download Card for Super Mario Bros. Wonder at 7-Eleven, you will be able to enter a lottery in order to try and win one of 100 Yoshi plushies. You will also get a special bag as bonus even if you don’t enter the lottery.

From October 5th to October 25th, Nintendo Account holders will be able to claim exclusive wallpapers via the GPS Check-in feature of the My Nintendo app.

Finally, the Mario Ichiban Kuji lottery will run from October 13th at 7-Eleven locations and the official Nintendo stores in Tokyo and Osaka. A ticket costs 700 Yen, and the prizes are as follows:

  • A Prize: Wall clock (with sounds). At the top of every hour, the Super Star jingle plays. Along with that, the course clearing jingle plays when 12 o’clock strikes. You can also disable all sounds if you’d like.
  • B Prize: Piggy bank (with sounds). Every time you insert a coin, the piggy bank plays the “coin get” sound effect, as well as the sound effect of entering a pipe.
  • C Prize: Blooper soy sauce dispenser
  • D Prize: Calendar
  • E Prize: ceramic tableware (6 types)
  • F Prize: towels (6 types)
  • G Prize: rubber figures (6 types)
  • “Last One” Prize: Piggy bank (with sounds). Same as B Prize, but with a different design.

If you’d like to check out individual pictures of all the items up for grabs, you can find a complete gallery here.


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8M ago

I never knew how badly I wanted a soy sauce dispenser until I saw that Blooper...