Getting PUBG Mobile redeem codes can be a little bit of a challenge sometimes, as unlike many other mobile game freebies, only a select number of players can use the codes before they expire. That’s why we decided to create a list of PUBG Mobile redeem codes, listing those that are new this month, those that have expired, and also giving you a few tips on how to find some for yourself. After all, who doesn’t like getting free stuff?
While PUBG Mobile redeem codes may be time-restricted, and we have no idea how many people can activate them before they expire, the hope is that with this guide you’ll be able to get your hands on any that are available before they’re gone.
This guide provides the latest month’s PUBG Mobile redeem codes, a list of the rewards, and how to redeem them. If you want to stay ahead of the curve, then you should bookmark this guide and check back regularly, as we’ll keep updating when we find new codes.
There aren’t any PUBG Mobile redeem codes currently, but we’ll be sure to add some when we find them, so check back!
Here we’ll sum up current ways to get free stuff in PUBG Mobile:
Free Royale Pass: you can claim a Royale Pass for free, and then earn rewards through it by playing and ranking up. There are also daily missions and weekly challenge missions that grant rewards
Missions: achievements, progress missions, and bootcamp all give you goals to complete which earn you free in-game rewards
Points shop: earning stream points lets you enter the lucky draw for prizes
Discord giveaways: PUBG Mobile’s Discord sometimes features giveaways, and games with prizes. These can be found under the ‘Discord-events’ tab
Sign in: you can often earn rewards just by signing into the game, such as the weekly sign in bonuses, which build each day to give you a hero’s crate on day seven
Events: PUBG Mobile events are a great way of getting free stuff. Recent ones include Blue’s Secret, Moonlight Mansion, and Blackpink X PUBG Mobile
In order to use PUBG Mobile redeem codes, you need to visit the official website. From here, you have to enter your unique character ID, the code itself, and a verification code to prove you’re not a robot. These codes grant players weapon skins, costume sets, and more. It’s a great way for players to get premium cosmetics for free.
Your PUBG Mobile character ID can be found under your username in the main menu. If you want a closer look, tap on the box it’s contained in. These ID numbers range from 8-15 characters.
PUBG Mobile codes are promotional freebies that Tencent releases, giving you in-game items. Here are the different ways to get them:
Discord: the PUBG Mobile Discord regularly features giveaways for UC or elite passes, so it’s well worth joining if you want a chance at getting some free codes
Streams: a lot of PUBG Mobile redeem codes are released during livestreams. For specific streamers to follow, see our list a little lower down
Reddit: while Reddit may not have giveaways in the same sense as Discord, it is a great place to get information about what’s going on in the game, and any opportunities at rewards or free item codes
There are a number of content creators who either do giveaways during livestreams, run giveaways on their channel, or just offer tips as to how to get more out of PUBG Mobile:
PUBG Mobile India official: YouTube channel providing the latest news and livestreams for PUBG Mobile
PUBGMobile: a Twitch account that streams PUBG Mobile competitive play
PUBG MOBILE: YouTube channel that provides livestreams for competitive play, as well as news and other PUBG Mobile content
todosgamerstv: this Twitch account is active all week, usually on Friday, Saturday, and Wednesday
Atro: this Netherlands-based YouTuber produces lots of PUBG Mobile content, including useful tips. Most of his content is in Arabic
Levinho: another Sweden-based YouTuber, Levinho produces content on a regular basis
Dynamo Gaming: an India-based streamer who plays PUBG Mobile, as well as other shooters like Garena Free Fire
Powerbang: one of North America’s biggest mobile streamers, Powerbang produces lots of PUBG Mobile content
TheBushka: this Australia-based YouTuber often runs PUBG Mobile livestreams from his channel
The7WorldsGaming: this US-based YouTuber plays PUBG Mobile alongside other games. He often runs UC giveaways for subscribers, so well worth keeping an eye on