Nutaku's Black Friday Sales Are Here

So Much For No Nut November

Nutaku is here to make your attempts at completing 'no nut November' harder than ever. The site has just announced this year's Black Friday deals and there are some huge savings to be had right now. 

From now until the 29th of November 2020 you'll be able to nab up to 3 times the Nutaku gold you normally would from starter packs, as well as huge discounts on regular gold purchases. 

Starter Packs:

400 Nutaku Gold - $1.00 (300% Bonus) 
1000 Nutaku Gold - $5.00 (100% Bonus) 
4500 Nutaku Gold - $20.00 (125% Bonus) 

Gold Discounts:

1100 Gold - $10.00 (10% Bonus) (one-time purchase) 
3500 Gold - $30.00 (17% Bonus) (one-time purchase) 
12000 Gold - $100.00 (20% Bonus) (one-time purchase) 
37000 Gold - $300.00 (23% Bonus) (one-time purchase) 
127000 Gold - $1000.00 (27% Bonus) (one-time purchase) 
62500 Gold - $500.00 (25% Bonus) (Unlimited purchases)

As well as the sale on gold, Nutaku are holding a 4-day-long event on over 40 games from their catalog. Fan-favourite free-to-play games like Booty Farm and Merge Nymphs are running special in-game events. Even Nutaku's catalog of premium, paid-for games are being included, with reductions ranging from 20% off all the way up to a whopping 80% off. Right now you can get your hands on adult adventure game Treasure of Blizzard for only 300 Nutaku gold or $3.

Finally, the Nutaku merch store is also seeing a site-wide discount of 30% on all collections. Just use the code 'BLACKFRIDAY30' and you'll get 30% off everything when you get to checkout. Now might be the time to stock up on gifts for that particular fan of 'culture' you need to buy Christmas presents for. Perhaps you know someone in need of a new body pillow cover? 

Disclosure: Nutaku works with TechRaptor for affiliate partnership, and TechRaptor earns a small commission off purchases made from some links in this article

The final surprise of Nutaku's Black Friday event is a special video featuring Nutaku-tan fighting to save Black Friday itself which you can check out on the event's page on Nutaku's website. 


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