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How to Get VIP on "Roblox"

Roblox is an online virtual building world with over five million players that provides its VIP "ROBLOXian" members with additional benefits, such as the ability to build 100 unique places, 60 robux per day and access to 100 groups. You need to upgrade your membership to the "Outrageous Builder's Club" to become a VIP Robloxian, which requires an additional monthly, yearly, semi-annual or lifetime membership fee. As of 2011, an Outrageous Builder's Club membership starts at £12.90 per month.

Sign in to your Roblox account. You must be signed in to your standard free membership or Turbo Builder's Club account to upgrade to an Outrageous Builder's Club membership account.

Click the "Builder's Club" icon in the upper toolbar of the Roblox home page. Select your payment plan (monthly, semi-annual, yearly or lifetime membership).

Select your payment option. You can pay for an account with PayPal, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover Card. Enter your billing information to complete the upgrade.

Tip

Members of the Outrageous Builder's Club get extra building space, access to more groups and daily Robux. They can also create and sell virtual items to members of the Roblox community, create their own badges and get a signing bonus of 100 Robux. Other perks include a virtual Outrageous Builder's hat on your home page and no outside ads while online. Outrageous Builders also get access to the Roblox CEO and site developers in a virtual Outrageous-cast.

Warning

It will take between one and 10 days for the new upgrade to activate if you pay for your Outrageous Builder's Club with PayPal.

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About the Author

Leah Waldron is the head of Traveler Services at First Abroad, a gap year travel company based in Boston and London. As a travel, research and LGBT news writer, Waldron has publication credit on magazines and newspapers including "Curve Magazine," "USA Today," "The Sun Sentinel" and the "The Houston Chronicle." Waldron has a bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing from Florida State University.