Subway Surfers: List of Promo Codes and How To Find More of Them

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Subway Surfers is one of the original smash hit endless runner games for the iOS and Android platforms, and is also one of the most popular old-school mobile games to this date. Everyone has likely played this by now; you run as far as you can, jumping back-and-forth between subway cars and dodging obstacles.

A more recent and surprise addition to this game by the developers is promo codes. At this point in the life of the game, there should be very little need to actively promote it, except for special events, so these codes are typically given out as a reward for loyal players, and for said special events, and can be exchanged for free prizes and gifts.

Reto in for a list of promo codes, how to use them, and how to find more of them in Subway Surfers!

To use promo codes in this game, tap on the settings button in the top right corner of the screen, which looks like a gear. After the settings are opened, scroll all the way down until you hit the button that says“Unlock Codes, claim your digital reward“.

Tap that button and a text box menu will pop up where you can type the code or paste it in from somewhere else. Enter the code, then submit the code to get your rewards instantly, as long as the code is working.

So where can you find new codes for Subway Surfers? This game has had an official presence on Facebook for years and years, so if you don’t follow the Facebook page, then go follow it in order to get the newest codes immediately. You can also scroll through old posts to find codes that have been previously given out.

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There is plenty of content about this game on other social media networks such as TikTok, Instagram, VK, Twitter, and more. Many of them even have official developer pages for the game, which is where you have the best chance of finding early-release codes. Check all of the social media networks for the best chance at finding codes.

Go to the Subreddit and look for posts and threads containing codes. You can use the Reddit search bar to make it easier to search, and if you have codes of your own, then you can add them as well.

Twitch and YouTube are also great sources for codes. Streamers and Youtubers are very likely to get exclusive codes given out to them by the developers in order to promote the game, so search for videos and streams that contain a mention of codes in the title, because these are the ones that are most likely to actually contain codes.

If you are part of a Discord chat about the game, then look through the chat channel to see if anybody has shared codes. If you are not, then take the invite to the most popular channel about the game that you can find, and then use the search bar to look for any message containing the word “code“. If you have codes of your own to share, then be sure to share them here.

A longshot source for codes is the review section of the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Organize the reviews from newest to oldest, and then look through the newest reviews to see if you can find the newest codes. As always, be sure to share anything that you have that you don’t see posted.

All of the codes that are given out in this game are case sensitive, meaning you have to be very careful about what letters are uppercase and lowercase. As of right now, the following codes have been made available for Subway Surfers:

luckyday2021

SYBOTVLNY5

HalloBerlin

ScareFriday3

SYBOTVFriday42

RunnerUp888

Keep checking back with us, because we will continue to post Codes as 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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