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How to Get Robux on Roblox for Free

Updated February 21, 2017

The virtual world of ROBLOX consists of user-created Places and ROBLOX -created battle maps. To obtain new items within the game, you purchase items from the catalogue using the in-game currency, ROBUX. To earn extra ROBUX, many users purchase a paid ROBLOX account. However, you can earn extra ROBUX by visiting ROBLOX on a daily basis, upgrading your Place or trading tickets for currency. Unfortunately, there are no cheats or hacks available to earn extra money.

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  1. Visit ROBLOX and click on the "Login" option. Enter your username and password and click on the "Login" button. This awards you 10 tickets.

  2. Log into ROBLOX every 24 hours to earn 10 additional ROBUX.

  3. Improve your Place. Whenever another user visits your Place, you earn one ticket. Typically, users visit unique Places that offer a challenge or contain themed decorations. Visit your Place and click on the "Edit" button. Use the toolbar to add, move or delete objects. After you complete your edit, click on the "Save" button then on the "Publish" button.

  4. Create a new Place to acquire extra visitors and extra tickets. Visit any Place and click on the "Edit" button. Click on the "File" menu and scroll to "New." Use the toolbar to add items then save and publish your Place.

  5. Earn extra tickets by selling unnecessary items. Click on an old item and select the "Sell" option.

  6. Trade your tickets for ROBUX. Click on "Catalog" button and click on the "Trade Currency!" option. Click on the desired trade and click "Buy."

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About the Author

Breann Kanobi has worked as freelance writer since 2010. Kanobi regularly submits content online to Gamer DNA. Kanobi received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in film and television from New York University in 2010.

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