Rush Royale: List of Promo Codes and How to Find More

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Rush Royale is a wildly popular tower defense game for the iOS and Android platforms. This game has been around for a while and continues to be the most popular of its type on mobile devices. Your goal is to merge pieces on a puzzle board, and as you merge them, you end up with more powerful defenses that allow you to be tougher enemies.

Promo codes are similar to cheat codes, in that they allow you to get free bonuses and rewards when you enter them. The developers like to use promo codes as a method to promote the game to new players, reward loyal players for their interaction with the social media aspect of the game, and to correct purchase issues. These codes can be redeemed and exchanged for free gifts and prizes, including free gold coins and free gems.

Read on for a list of promo codes, how to find more of them, and where to go in order to use them in Rush Royale!

After you complete the tutorial, you can use the promo codes whenever you want. Simply go to the main screen and tap on the hamburger menu, which is in the top right corner. Immediately you will see a button that says “promo codes“.

Tap the promo codes button and you will be prompted to enter a code. Type the code or copy and paste it from another source, then confirm it, and as long as the code is working and current, you will get a free reward.

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The best place to find codes straight from the developer is the official Facebook page, where they will post updates and interact with the fans. Look through their previous posts to find codes that they have already released, but don’t look too far back, because some of the older codes are expired already. Be sure to follow the page as well, so that you can see new# Codes posted straight to your news feed.

Check other social media networks such as Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, VK, and more. Look for official pages on each of these networks; the developers might release codes there that they don’t put out on Facebook, especially depending on things such as subscriber contests. Fan discussion is another good source of codes, but be sure not to fall for any survey scams.

Twitch and YouTube have plenty of videos about the game, and the makers of these videos often get exclusive codes straight from the developers to share with their own fan bases. Look through these videos to see if you can find codes.

Go to the Subreddit for the game and look through the threads that fans have posted. Any thread about promo codes there’s likely a very good source; if you have codes that you don’t see posted already, then be sure to post them yourself.

Discord is another great source; if you were a member of a channel about Rush Royale, then look through the chat to see if codes have been shared in old messages. If not, then join a channel. You can use the search bar to weed out any messages that don’t contain codes as well, simply by typing the word “code“ and searching for it.

Another excellent source for codes is in the App Store itself. Go to the page that you download the game from, read the reviews, and look for recent reviews that contain codes. As always, be sure to add A review of your own containing any codes that you don’t see posted here.

So far, the following codes are available for Rush Royale:

YAKD-UF5U-N3AK

YAKC-WV38-IMFN

That’s all that we have for now, but if you have any codes that you don’t see posted here, be sure to add them in the comment section! Keep an eye on this article as well, because we will edit the article to add new codes when we find them.

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Evan Heisenberg named himself after a Breaking Bad character one time, and then got stuck with it. He’s a San Diego guy living in Tacoma, so he legitimately enjoys the cliche “long walks on the beach.” Aside from writing about mobile games, Evan is an aircraft hydraulic maintainer and maintenance instructor. He likes weightlifting, beer, dad jokes, the Padres and Chargers, and slightly-old luxury and exotic cars.

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