They’re limited-edition boxes, and even buying Nintendo gear won’t guarantee you one.
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You may get your Amazon order in a Super Mario—themed box even if the item inside isn’t even remotely connected to Nintendo or gaming in general. Nintendo has teamed up with the e-commerce giant as part of Mario’s ongoing 35th anniversary celebration, and one of the things they cooked up is sending out random orders in Super Mario Bros.-branded boxes throughout November. The company has revealed the partnership on its website’s Missions tab, where you can complete a few anniversary-related tasks to be able to enter the Super Mario Sweepstakes.
Nintendo says the Mario boxes are in “limited quantity” and