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List of Super Smash Bros. series merchandise

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This is a list of official merchandise released to promote the Super Smash Bros. series. This list includes all officially licensed products that bare the Super Smash Bros. branding other than the games themselves. Most of these products were given away in limited quantities at special events, but some are sold on Nintendo's website or through other means.

Super Smash Bros.[edit]

Image Description
SlamfestDKPlush.png Donkey Kong plush: While released as part of the Nintendo Collectibles line and not for Super Smash Bros., the plush was used as part of the promotional Slamfest event, gaining an additional tag to advertise it and the game.
SSBCarBoxed.jpg SSBCarUnboxed.jpg Team Lightning diecast cars: Toy cars in a similar vein to Hot Wheels. Came in two variants.
SSBCar2Boxed.jpg SSBCar2Unboxed.jpg
SSBOSTCover.jpg Nintendo All-Star! Dairantō Smash Brothers OST: The official soundtrack for Super Smash Bros., released only in Japan.
Smash64 stationary.jpg Smash64 origami.jpg Mitsubishi Stationary, Office Supplies, and Origami: Produced by Mitsubishi in 1999 to promote the release of Super Smash Bros., the supplies included pencil sharpeners, pencils, glue, stationary, pencil cases, and origami.

Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Image Description
MeleePrereleaseBandanna.jpg Prerelease bandanna: A bandanna given out at several Japanese retailers in prerelease Melee tournaments.
MeleePostcards1.jpg MeleePostcards2.jpg Postcards: Various postcards given out at Melee tournaments in Japan.
MeleeMovieDisc.png Game Taikai Yuushou Kinen - Tokusei SmaBro DX Movie Disc A special gold-colored GameCube disc handed out to finalists of the Japanese Toys "R" Us tournaments held in 2002, containing various videos of the game. It contains footage of a doubles tournament held at Jump Festa 2002, dated December 2001, and characters performing Target Test and Home-Run Contest.
Video of the movie disc
MeleePins.jpg Pin badges: Japan Railways held a stamp collecting context shortly after the release of Melee. Upon collecting them all, one was given a random pin badge between Mario, Kirby, Pikachu, and Link.
MeleeObentoBox.jpg Obento box: Alongside the pin badges, all people who collected every stamp were given a chance to win a free Melee obento box.
Battle Cards 2.jpg Battle Cards 1.jpg Super Smash Bros. Battle Cards: Collectible cards that came free with an issue of Official Nintendo Magazine. Included all characters and nearly all stages.
Smashinglive.jpg Smashing...Live!: The official soundtrack for Melee, using recordings of a live concert.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Image Description
CrystalIcingWii1.jpg CrystalIcingWii2.jpg Crystal Icing Wii: The grand finals winner of Super Smash Bros. Brawl American Circuit received a Swarovski crystal-encrusted Wii produced by Crystal Icing with a special Brawl design. The Wii's estimated value was $4,000 and had appeared in an auction later in 2013 with $20,000 as the starting bid.[1] However, the auction ultimately ended with zero offers, and the console's current whereabouts are unknown.[2]
SSBB Jigsaw Puzzle.png Jigsaw puzzle: A Super Smash Bros. Brawl jigsaw puzzle given away by Club Nintendo Europe.
Ssbb nintendo mag poster.jpg Nintendo Official Magazine Poster: A poster given away in a poster pack by Official Nintendo Magazine, illustrated by Louise Ho.
Smash 2007 calendar.jpg Nintendo Power Calendar: A calendar provided by Nintendo Power in issue 213, in March 2007.
Ssbb fun pack 1.jpg Ssbb fun pack 2.jpg European Preorder Fun Pack: A preorder bonus, this contained a folder, a keychain of Mario, two sticker sheets, and a poster of the boxart.
Multi-card-file 1.jpg Mutli-card-file 2.jpg Multi-card File: Cards, listing fighter information, were given out in the March edition of the Japanese magazine CoroCoro Comics. Not every fighter is present in the cards.

Super Smash Bros. 4[edit]

Image Description
Smash 3DS Bundle.jpg T-shirt and sweatband bundle: A Smash 3DS bundle formerly available on the Nintendo UK Online Store, featuring a shirt and sweatband. Two bundles were made, one with the game and one with the special edition 3DS console.
SSB4 limited edition 3DSXL.jpg Bluesmash3ds.jpg Super Smash Bros. Nintendo 3DS XL: A special edition Nintendo 3DS XL that came in red and blue variants.
WiiU GameCubeControllerSuperSmashBrosEdition img 04.png Super Smash Bros. 4 GameCube controller: The official GameCube controller for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Posters from Club Nintendo.[1] Super Smash Bros. 3-Poster set: A set of physical posters for Villager, Rosalina & Luma, and Palutena's official visuals. Formerly available on Club Nintendo for 700 Club Nintendo coins.
Club Nintendo CDs.jpg Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U ♪—A Smashing Soundtrack—: The official soundtrack for Super Smash Bros. 4, which was only obtainable by registering both versions on Club Nintendo.
Smashfest Coin and Pins.jpg Smash-Fest coin and pins: Given out at Smash-Fest to guests who came to play the Super Smash Bros. 4 demos.
E3VoterCard.JPG E3 Voter Cards: Voter cards given out at E3 2014 during the Super Smash Bros. Invitational for the audience to vote for their favorite character.
EGX Booklet Pages 14-15.jpg EGX Booklet: An official promotional booklet given out at EGX London 2014.
Battlefield amiibo diorama.png amiibo diorama: An official diorama based on Battlefield for amiibo sold in Japan for ¥800.
Smash3DS fan 1.jpg Smash3DS fan 2.jpg Super Smash Bros. 3DS Fan: A fan given away to those who were able to play the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS demo.
New 3DS Smash Plate.jpg Super Smash Bros. cover plates: A unique set of cover plates for the New Nintendo 3DS based on the Super Smash Bros. series.

Super Smash Bros. themes[edit]

The Theme Shop, introduced in Nintendo 3DS hardware version 9.0, allows for purchase of various home menu themes. Four themes related to Super Smash Bros. 4 were made available, each coming with appropriate music. The shutdown of the Nintendo 3DS eshop on May 27, 2023 means it is no longer possible to legally purchase these themes.

Title Image Music
Super Smash Bros.: Theme 1 SSB 3DS Theme 1.jpg Menu (Wii U)
Super Smash Bros.: Theme 2 SSB 3DS Theme 2.jpg Online Practice Stage
Super Smash Bros.: Theme 3 SSB 3DS Theme 3.jpg Menu (3DS)
Super Smash Bros.: Theme 4 SSB 3DS Theme 4.jpg Results Display Screen

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Image Description
Nintendo Switch system - SSBU edition.jpg SSBU Nintendo Switch console bundle box.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch bundle: A special Nintendo Switch bundle for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate including a unique dock and Joy-Cons, as well as a free digital copy of the game upon release.
SuperSmashBrosUltimateSpecialEdition.jpg Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Special Edition: A limited special edition that game with a special Pro Controller and a steelbook case.
The 2018 iteration of the GameCube controller, releasing with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate GameCube controller: The official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate GameCube controller.
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller - Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Edition Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pro Controller: The official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Pro Controller.
Switch Pro Controller - SSBU Gold edition.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Gold Pro Controller: A gold edition given to the winners of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate North American Open 2019 and EVO Japan 2020.
JoyCon with grip - SSBU edtion.jpg Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Joy-Cons: The official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Joy-Cons. Comes with the Nintendo Switch bundle, but can also be purchased separately.
SwitchGameCubeAdapter.jpg Nintendo Switch GameCube Adapter: Official GameCube adapter for the Nintendo Switch. Not explicitly Super Smash Bros.-related, but was sold under the label specifically for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
NintendoLive2018Bandanna.jpg Nintendo Live 2018 bandanna: Special bandanna given out to those who attended Nintendo Live 2018.
SmashUltimateCoin.png Best Buy coin: Bonus coin for pre-ordering Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at Best Buy.
SmashUltimateCalendar.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 2019 calendar: Pre-order bonus in Hong Kong.
SmashUltimatePins.png Best Buy Smash Tour pins: Exclusive pins given out at the Best Buy Smash Tour for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimatePoster.jpg Best Buy Smash Tour poster: Exclusive poster given out at the Best Buy Smash Tour for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateBestBuyAnalogCaps.jpg Best Buy analog caps: Exclusive analog caps given out on Best Buy on release day for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateStrategyGuide.jpg Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Collector's Edition Strategy Guide: The official strategy guide for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateGameStopPin.jpg GameStop pre-order pin: Exclusive pin given out at GameStop on release day for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateGameStopAnalogCaps.jpg GameStop pre-order analog caps: Exclusive analog caps given out at GameStop on release day for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateGameStopPoster.jpg GameStop pre-order poster: Exclusive double-sided poster given out at GameStop on release day for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
SmashUltimateAmiiboBundle.png Limited Edition amiibo bundle: A limited edition bundle that contained the first 63 Super Smash Bros. amiibo as well as a special poster.
FighterPassCard.jpg FighterPasVol2Card.png Fighters Pass DLC cards: Japan-only DLC cards designed in the style of a Smash invitation used to unlock Fighters Pass Vol. 1 and 2.
Smash Invitations.jpg My Nintendo Smash invitation NA.jpg Smash invitation stationery: Physical stationery released through the My Nintendo store for 400 Platinum Points, designed in the style of a Smash invitation. The set has slightly different contents between its initial Japanese release and a later re-release for North America.
Smash switch oled bundle.jpg Smash oled controller.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch OLED bundle: A special Nintendo Switch OLED bundle for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate first sold during the holiday 2023 season. Includes unique Joy-Cons, a free digital copy of the base game and a free code for 3 months individual Nintendo Switch Online membership.

My Nintendo digital rewards[edit]

Image Description Cost
NorthAmericanOpenWallpaper.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate North American Open 2019 Wallpaper: A wallpaper to promote Super Smash Bros. Ultimate North American Open 2019. Was available until April 16th, 2019. 50 Platinum Points
FinalDestinationWallpaper.png Final Destination Wallpaper: A wallpaper based on Final Destination. Was available until June 8th, 2019. 50 Platinum Points
BattlefieldWallpaper.png Battlefield Wallpaper: A wallpaper based on Battlefield. Was available until June 8th, 2019. 50 Platinum Points
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 3v3.png Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 3v3 Wallpaper: A wallpaper to promote Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 3v3. Was available until June 30th, 2019. 50 Platinum Points
UltimatePrintableInvitation.png Printable Invitation: A printable party invitation that also came in variants for Super Mario Party, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Yoshi's Crafted World. Was available until May 1st, 2020. 50 Platinum Points
BirthdayWallpaper1.png BirthdayWallpaper2.png Birthday wallpapers: Wallpapers given exclusively to My Nintendo members on their birthday. Came in a .zip file with five sizes for phones and three for computers.



Main article: amiibo


  • Masahiro Sakurai made a comment in a YouTube video about merchandise for the Smash series, stating that such a practice is generally prohibited outside of free giveaways and limited edition items. The only real exception to this rule has been amiibo.[3]