The Holiday Tour is the latest to hit Nintendo’s latest mobile offering, Mario Kart Tour, and it brings a few changes to Daily Selects lineup, new drivers, new featured Tour Gifts and of course, a brand new set of challenges for you to complete.
Whether this is your first tour in the game or your seventh, this hub has everything you need to know in one easy-to-reach place. Below are the different sections you can find for information on the Holiday Tour and within each are links for you to click or tap to get everything you’re looking for.
The Holiday Tour was released in Mario Kart Tour on December 18, 2019. This hub page serves as your starting line for everything you need to know within this tour’s wiki.
Click or tap the links below to jump to different sections within this page:
Holiday Tour Challenges
If the Holiday Tour is your first tour in the game or if you’ve never hit the menu button at the bottom of the Mario Kart Tour screen, you might be unaware of the game’s many challenges. There are challenges that remind regardless of the tour but there are also challenge specific to this tour.
Here are all of the Holiday Tour challenges, which are also available in the Challenge Guide. Hit the link to jump to our guide on how to complete them:
Featured Tour Gifts
A new tour means new featured Tour Gifts for you to earn. With each tour placed into the game, new Featured Tour Gifts are listed. In short, these are gifts that you can earn by racing in and completing the tour. There is always at least one gift for everyone to earn and one gift for Gold Pass subscribers to earn. Head to the Holiday Tour Featured Tour Gifts section of this guide to find out what you can earn by playing the game during the London Tour.
New Shop Items and Changes
Because the Holiday Tour is an update to the game, new changes were brought to Mario Kart Tour. The changes this time have to do with characters available in the game. Head to the New Characters and Changes section of this guide to find out what new drivers are available for you to earn duding the Holiday Tour.
If you’ve checked out the Mario Kart Tour shop before, you’ve probably noticed a rather expensive item available for purchase and some more affordable items below it. This is part for the (race) course for Mario Kart Tour. The cheaper items you see are what are known as Daily Selects.
There are always three Daily Select items and each one can be purchased using coins, which you earn by playing the game and picking them up on each track. These are called what they’re called because, as the name implies, what’s available changes on a daily basis so if you see something you really want, do your best to get it before the day is over because only Nintendo knows when or if that item will return.