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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set

A new Super Smash Bros.™ reward has arrived!

Inspired by the iconic invitation letters often seen in character reveal videos, this reward features a greeting card set with a Super Smash Bros. invitation design and seal! It contains a set of 3 cards (white, green, and blue), envelopes, and stickers.

Size: 5" x 6.5"

This physical reward is available while supplies last.

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  6. Complete your redemption and your item will be shipped to you!

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Smash invitation

The Smash invitation is an envelope stamped in wax with the Super Smash Bros. logo featured in promotional materials and character reveal trailers for Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It first appeared in Villager's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. 4 and has since appeared in multiple other Super Smash Bros. Ultimate character trailers.


Smash 4[edit]

The invitation first made an appearance in Villager's trailer. In it, he is seen taking the envelope out of his mailbox before running off. Interestingly, this is the only appearance of the Smash invitation in any Smash 4 character trailer. Due to this, it is likely based on the letters one can receive in the Animal Crossing series.


The Smash invitation is much more prevalent in promotion for Ultimate characters, especially within the trailers for DLC characters. It first appeared in Isabelle's trailer, in which Pete (a pelican mailman from the Animal Crossing universe) delivers one to her. This and Villager's reveal are the only two fighter reveal trailers in which the character receives the letter by physical post. Additionally, until Pyra and Mythra's trailer, letters in following trailers are shown to not be directed towards a specific character.

In Joker's first trailer, he is seen running through The Game Awards 2018 while his teammates comment on what he may be there for. Shortly, it is revealed that he arrived to steal a Smash invitation. It reappears at the beginning of Joker's second trailer. Following that, it makes an appearance in Terry's reveal trailer, parodying the Bernstein clan's invitations seen throughout The King of Fighters series. In it, multiple characters from The King of Fighters series attempt to grab it as it flies through the air, including Kyo Kusanagi, Ryo Sakazaki, Andy Bogard, Joe Higashi, Geese Howard, Nakoruru via her hawk Mamahaha, and Iori Yagami, before it lands on the ground, allowing Terry to take it. It makes another appearance in Byleth's reveal trailer, in which Sothis summons it to gift to the aforementioned fighter.

It also appears in Min Min's reveal trailer, where multiple ARMS characters, including Spring Man, Ribbon Girl, Ninjara, Twintelle, Master Mummy and Kid Cobra, fight over it until Min Min appears and takes it for herself. In Pyra & Mythra's trailer, Rex searches for Pyra and finds her standing on Final Destination; she apologizes for not telling him about where she'd gone and shows the envelope to him.

Steve is implied to have received an invitation in an article on the official Minecraft website, stating that Mojang Studios employee Per Landin encountered the letter at the front door of the Studio, addressed to Steve and Alex, and then proceeding to state that Steve and Alex have been invited to Super Smash Bros.[1] Nevertheless, this article was written by management of the aforementioned website, and is not necessarily recognized as Super Smash Bros. canon, as far as that may exist.

Aside from character reveal trailers, the Smash invitation has also been used as a general motif for the game's downloadable content. This can be seen in the Japanese download card for the Fighters Pass Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, which features an image of a Smash invitation on its front. It is often used in relation to unrevealed downloadable characters, as can be seen in several Super Smash Bros. Ultimate presentations and information on the game's website pertaining to downloadable content. It was also used in the September 4, 2019 Nintendo Direct to represent the confirmation of additional downloadable fighters outside of the Fighters Pass Vol. 1, months later it was confirmed that there will be six more playable characters in the Fighters Pass Vol. 2, and each challenger pack makes use of the Smash invitation as a placeholder before the character is revealed.

Additionally, a physical stationery set designed after the Smash invitation is offered for sale on the Japanese My Nintendo website. It costs 400 platinum points and consists of three envelopes, three wax seals, and six sheets of notepaper. The set could be considered the closest "official" look at the contents of the invitation, and is designed such that the notepaper fits within the envelope when folded in half.[2]

This physical stationary later became available for purchase on My Nintendo in the United States on January 14th, 2021.


Reveal Trailers[edit]

  • Villager receiving the Smash invitation in the reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. 4.

  • Isabelle with the Smash invitation in her reveal trailer.

  • The Smash invitation in Joker's trailer.

  • The Smash invitation's appearance in Terry's reveal trailer.

  • The Smash invitation in Sothis's hand during Byleth's reveal trailer.

  • Min Min dressed as a waitress catching the Smash invitation in her trailer.

  • Pyra showing her invitation to a confused Rex in her trailer.

Promotional Material[edit]

  • A placeholder image used for the unannounced DLC fighters in Ultimate's official website's DLC page.

  • The mobile version of the placeholder image used for the unannounced DLC fighters in Ultimate's official website's DLC page.

  • The Smash invitation as seen during the announcement of more DLC fighters.

  • The Smash invitation as seen when Fighters Pass Vol. 2 was officially announced.

  • The Smash invitation as shown during the announcement that a character from ARMS will become a DLC fighter.

  • Japan-only DLC card designed for the first Fighter Pass.

  • Japan-only DLC card designed for the Fighter Pass Vol. 2.

  • Physical stationery released through the My Nintendo website.


  • While some invitations are shown to be directed to specific indiviuals—such as in Villager and Isabelle's trailers—other invitations are not directed towards anyone in particular and are available to anyone who takes them, as is the case in Terry and Min Min's trailers.
    • Additionally, the invitation is still valid if it was stolen from its intended recipient, as shown through Joker's reveal trailer (though it is unknown if this invitation was meant for anyone else in particular).[3]
  • According to Terry's trailer, it is signed with the letter S. The contents of the letter, however, are exclusively seen in Terry's trailer, and are in reference to the opening of King of Fighters '94, so it is unknown if the contents potentially change per invitation.
    • It was assumed that the S stood for "Sakurai", but in Terry's showcase, Sakurai revealed that the addition of the letter S was not his decision, but more of an inside joke with the staff who created the trailer. He then stated the S also stands for Super Smash Bros.
  • Prior to its debut in Villager's trailer, an invitation was alluded to in Snake's reveal trailer for Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
    • Cuphead's Mii costume reveal trailer also alludes to an invitation, but the physical letter is not seen.
  • Pete, Sothis, Spring Man, and Ninjara are the only characters to hold a Smash Invitation in a character trailer without becoming playable in the process.
    • Of these, Pete is the only one not to play any other major role in Ultimate, as he only appears as a background character on Smashville and as a spirit. He and Sothis are also the only ones not to claim it for themselves, as Pete is delivering it to Isabelle, and Sothis gives it to Byleth.
  • To promote their release, Monolith Soft created an animation where Pyra and Mythra show their excitement in joining Smash, and asking for the viewer's support.[4]


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Real Smash Bros Ultimate Invites Available Through My Nintendo

The Nintendo Store is offering physical versions of the Super Smash Bros invites as a special bonus to My Nintendo members with 400 Platinum Points.

The Nintendo Store is now offering up real-life versions of Super Smash Bros’ iconic invitations for a limited time, allowing players with a My Nintendo account to ask their friends over for a quick round of Ultimate in style. Fans of Nintendo’s long-running mascot crossover fighting franchise will recognize these classy white envelopes as the ones given out to guest combatants in reveal trailers, with the most recent recipient being Final Fantasy VII’s archvillain Sephiroth at December’s Game Awards.     

Indeed, fans go wild every time they see one of these envelopes pop up in a trailer or social media post about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, firing off a wave of theories regarding which popular gaming icon the invite is for. Nintendo and Smash developer Masahiro Sakurai even like to troll these players with the occasional fake-out, like when Fatal Fury’s Terry Bogard snatched up a letter that changed hands multiple times between various SNK fighting game characters back in 2019. Now, players can get their hands on these iconic envelopes for real - provided they have a My Nintendo account.

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Earlier today, The Gamer reported that one of My Nintendo’s newest online rewards is the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set, which consists of three 5" x 6.5" envelopes in the style of Super Smash Bros Ultimate’s famous invites. Also included are cards in three different colors (green, blue, and white), as well as stickers that emulate the famous red Smash Bros wax seal. The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set will only be available to players with a My Nintendo account and 400 Platinum Points saved up, though customers will still have to pay for shipping. Also, the set will only be available until March 8, and supplies are expected to go quickly.

This isn’t the first time the Nintendo Store has offered up physical rewards to My Nintendo members. Last fall, the store has allowed fans with Platinum Points to score free merch based on games like Pikmin 3, Xenoblade Chronicles, and Super Mario 3D All-Stars. My Nintendo most recently offered fans a special Nintendo-themed calendar to welcome 2021 in style alongside icons like Mario and The Legend Of Zelda’s Link.  

My Nintendo’s physical Super Smash Bros invitation cards might not be the most exciting or elaborate membership reward, but they could be a fun novelty for fans of the series. Who knows, one could even use them to challenge a friend or colleague to an online round of Super Smash Bros Ultimate after school or work. In any case, the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set is now available on the Nintendo Store for My Nintendo members.      

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If you’re ready to fight, now’s your time to pick up this My Nintendo reward.

My Nintendo shared recently that their “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Invitation Greeting Card Set” has been restocked and is available for 400 Platinum points. This set includes 3 cards in different colors, envelopes, and stickers to complete the presentation of inviting others to Smash Bros. Shipping not included.

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Inspired by the iconic invitation letters often seen in character reveal videos, this reward features a greeting card set with a Super Smash Bros. invitation design and seal! It contains a set of 3 cards (white, green, and blue), envelopes, and stickers. You can receive this reward by redeeming 400 My Nintendo Platinum Points (while supplies last)

The reward lasts until July 17th or until stock runs out.

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Super Smash Bros. Invitation Letter Meme


Super Smash Bros. Invitation Letter refers to a trope in Nintendo advertisements in which characters learn they will be part of the Super Smash Brothers roster by receiving a written invitation. The trope has been parodied in photoshops and comics.


The first appearance of the Smash invitation appeared in the June 11th, 2013 advertisement for Super Smash Brothers for Wii U. Villager was the first character to receive the letter (shown below).

The following day, DeviantArt user eltoNNNNNN published a painting of the envelope, which would later be used in memes. The post received more than 10,000 views in less than one decade (shown below).

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The cliche began seeing parodies in the lead up to Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, as the announcement of each new character led to the creation of fan art of the character receiving the letter. For example, on June 18th, 2018, Redditor Zsar_Salad posted a comic showing Daisy when she received her invitation, gaining over 5,200 points (shown below, left). After the final roster pre-DLC announcements was announced, Twitter user @KrazyBonesTV posted a comic of Mario telling Banjo-Kazooie there was still a chance, gaining over 480 retweets and 3,100 likes (shown below, right).


Others have joked about characters from other pieces of media receiving invitations. For example, Redditor banana_in_your_donut posted to /r/animemes an image expressing their desire to see Goblin Slayer in the series (shown below, left). Redditor 1st_General_Waffles made a photoshop of Jotaro from Jojo's Bizarre Adventure receiving the letter, gaining over 3,200 points (shown below, right).

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