Sword Master Story: List of Coupon Codes and How To Find More Of Them

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Sword Master Story, also stylized as SwordMaster Story, is a new action RPG for the iOS and Android platforms where you can build a team of sword masters, go on adventures, play in PvP modes against other players, and play alongside other players in raid battles in order to get the big prize. You can collect team members, treasures, rubies, diamonds, and a whole lot more!

In this game, you can enter coupon codes or coupon numbers, which are free codes given out by the developers in order to get free prizes, especially the diamonds and rubies that you would normally have to pay for. On occasion, you can even get rare new characters by using them.

Read on for a list of Coupon Codes, how to find more of them, and how to use them in Sword Master Story!

First, in order to use these codes, you have to get all the way through the tutorial. Once you get to the point where you can tap anywhere that you want to, tap on the menu button in the upper right corner of the screen.

After you do that, you will find a button that says “coupon“. Tap that one and a pop up with a coupon code entry screen will show up. Type in your code and then confirm it, and you will get your rewards.

Knowing where to go to use these codes there’s only half the battle. Now you need to know how to actually get some of these codes so that you can use them. A good place to start looking is in the review section of the App Store and the Google Play Store.

Go to the review sections in both of these places, look through the newest reviews first, and see if players have posted any codes. If you have a code that you don’t see here, make sure to post a review on the platform of your choice and include codes within it.

The next most obvious place to find coupons is on the official social media channels for the game. Check Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more, and look for this game. If you are in a country that has a specific social media channel, such as Russia or China, be sure to check there as well.

Most importantly, be sure to check all of them, not just one. It is very common for codes to show up on only one channel, especially if the codes are given out in response to a contest or a promotion, such as a certain amount of likes or subscribers. That’s why you should check every single one of the channels.

Look for the Subreddit for this game also, because these tend to be the most likely place for coupon codes to show up. Players are always asking for codes or posting codes of their own here, so look, use the codes that others post, and post codes of your own if you have any.

Check YouTube and Twitch, because these are excellent sources for codes. Video streamers will often be the first to get new codes, because the developers love to use their built-in audiences to promote the game. So use their likelihood to get codes to your advantage.

If you see a Discord chat link for the game, wicked and except the invite. Look at all throughout each connected room for codes, and use the search bar contained within the app to easily find coupons or codes. You can also share codes of your own, too.

In all of the above mentioned social websites, be sure to check the comment section for the posts as well. You can even check the comments in posts that have nothing to do with codes, because often times players will ask about them, and sometimes, players will share codes of their own.

Here is a list of codes that have currently been released for this game:

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Be sure to keep checking back here, because we will consistently update this article to reflect the new codes that have been released! We are continually scanning sources all around the Internet to find new codes, and we don’t get left behind. Bookmark this article and check back every so often to see what comes out.

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