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5 Ways to Get Free Robux in Roblox

If you’ve landed here, I’m going to assume you’re looking for ways to get free Robux, right? Well, you’re in luck!

Roblox is a global virtual sandbox game where up to 100 players can join on a server. Players can join in on existing games that have already been created, or they can create their very own custom-made games where they can invite other players to join.

Roblox is a bit like Gary’s Mod but on a far bigger scale. Roblox is free-to-play but games do contain in-game purchases like skins and costumes which can be paid for using their own virtual currency called Robux.

Players can purchase Robux directly from the Roblox game, or via gift cards from stores like Smyths Toys.

Roblox: 400 Robux - Xbox One (Digital Download) - Smyths Toys
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Although the Roblox website says there aren’t any other ways in which Roblox players can obtain Robux without spending actual real money, this isn’t necessarily true.

Yes, they’re right in the sense you can’t get Robux from third-parties, but there are genuinely legitimate ways in which you can get FREE Robux from within the game itself.

Let’s take a look at 5 ways in which you can start generating free Robux in Roblox without spending anything.

1. Create a Roblox Game

Using ROBLOX Models to Expedite Game Creation - Roblox Blog
Roblox Studio 2013

Do you remember I said you could create your own games in Roblox? It’s actually a great way of earning free Robux, and a lot of it.

Creating an entire game by yourself isn’t easy, but if you can nail it, you’re onto a winner. Roblox has its own game development tool which means you can create your own Roblox games without needing to learn how to code.

Popular Roblox games include obstacle courses (obbys), encouraging players to flock to them and purchase in-game content.

2. Affiliate Program

Affiliate program ROBLOX | MyLead

Roblox’s affiliate program is a fantastic way of earning Robux, fast. Once you’ve signed up for their program you’ll get a referral link. When you share your Roblox affiliate referral link and a new player joins the game by clicking on that link, you’ll earn Robux every time they make a purchase.

In-game items like skins are tempting, and lots of players get drawn into buying them. For example, if a player clicks on your Roblox link and signs up for a Roblox account then purchases 1,000 Robux, you’ll get a 5% match on their purchase, earning you 50 Robux.

3. Share Your Game’s Landing Page

If you’ve put in the effort to create a Roblox game, you deserve for that game to be seen and shared around the internet. The easiest way to do this is to publish your game via Roblox Studio and share your game link across your social media channels.

Want to continue your creative streak? You could even create a website which details information about your own Roblox game, list events and encourages discussions, as well as sharing your game’s link across your site.

4. Game Passes

Once you’ve got your aesome Roblox game up and running, you may want to consider selling game passes for your game.

A game pass is an item that players can purchase in exchange for specific rewards, e.g. the ability to fly, a free pet, weapons, clothing, etc. Try to think of something that works well with your game and promote your game pass to your players.

You can choose to charge whatever you want for a game pass, but it will need to be realistic if you actually want people to buy it. There’s no harm in asking your player base what they want to see. After all, they are the ones spending the money.

5. Premium Membership

Introducing Roblox Premium - Roblox Blog

A premium Roblox membership will offer you access to selling items across the Roblox marketplace. Here you can make use of Roblox’s customisation tool to create clothing items.

If you have a knack for design, this is a lucrative opportunity to take advantage of, creating desired items for the masses. You never know, you may even start taking requests!

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