Grab these awesome Nintendo 64 keychains now

Adorn your set of keys with a replica box for Super Mario 64, Ocarina of Time, Mario Kart 64, or Star Fox 64.

Ever wanted to rep your favorite Nintendo 64 game on a keychain? Now you can, with some new keychains offered through the My Nintendo service. By spending some hard-earned My Nintendo Platinum Points, you can deck out your keychain with some pretty sweet box art replicas.

These keychains come in two sets. Set A contains chains for Mario Kart 64 and Star Fox 64; Set B features Super Mario 64 and Ocarina of Time. Both sets cost 500 My Nintendo Platinum Points each (plus $6.99 USD as the base shipping cost). Each keychain measures 2.3 in. long x 1.6 in. wide; a bit large for keychains, but well worth the size for the detail on the artwork.

Unfortunately, for the time being, these are exclusively sold to customers in the United States and Canada. You can also only get them through the My Nintendo Store while supplies last. Still, these little keychain decorations are perfect if you’re A) nostalgic for the Nintendo 64, and B) you have keys. (We assume that if you’re reading this, both probably apply to you.)

Nintendo 64 Keychains - Mario Kart 64

Where can you get these sweet Nintendo 64 keychains?

These keychains are exclusive to My Nintendo right now. Each one features the box art for these games, right down to the sidebar and ESRB rating. (Remember when K-A was a rating?) We don’t know if Nintendo is planning keychains for any other games yet. See the description for the item below:

Add a new dimension of fun with keychains inspired by classic Nintendo 64 games included in the Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online library. These keychains will be available soon, so save up those Platinum Points and stay tuned for more info!

My Nintendo item description

Are you going to pick up these Nintendo 64 keychains? Which set are you going to get? Let us know!

Via Nintendo Life.

Daniel Hein

Daniel Hein is either A) a lifelong video game fanatic, writer, and storyteller just sharing his thoughts on things, or B) some kind of werewolf creature. We're not quite sure which yet. He also makes mediocre video game retrospectives (and other content!) on YouTube where you can watch him babble on for hours about nothing.
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