Here are all of today’s currently active reward codes for Garena Free Fire to redeem free characters, cosmetics, and XP cards. These codes don’t last forever, so be sure to activate them ASAP and bookmark this page to stay up to date with new reward codes as they become available daily!
What Is Garena Free Fire (FF)?
Free Fire is a third-person, multiplayer battle royale shooter developed and published by Garena for Android and iOS.
To players familiar with the battle royale formula, the game follows a familiar pattern. Fighters can enter the Battle Royale solo, in duos, or in squads. 50 or so players fly into the Battlezone and parachute their way down to a strategically adventitious point on the ground. Choosing when they will exit the aircraft and controlling their descent is where the action begins.
The goal of Free Fire is to become the last player standing and to do so each player must equip themselves with the right equipment to outsmart their competitors. That means from the moment they hit the ground, players are left to scavenge weapons and supplies, all the while fighting to survive. Pick-ups also include items like grenades, medical items, and tactical equipment – and vary dramatically in power and usefulness.
As the match progresses, the “safe area” (or the area of the map where players can battle and explore without taking environmental damage) shrinks, forcing surviving players to move closer and closer together. This means that gunfights take place in closer quarters the longer players survive, forcing encounters more frequently, and naturally upping the pace.
To win, players or teams must fight to be the last one standing. Just how they do so is up to the player or team in question, with some opting to keep a low profile until the game’s final stages and others hunting encounters in more populated areas of the map. Your strategy depends largely on how many players are in your team, as well as the availability and quality of ground loot weapons and equipment you can get your hands on.
Of course, Battle Royale (or ‘Classic Mode’) is just one of many game modes Garena Free Fire has to offer. It also offers Ranked Mode, a parallel Battle Royale mode in which players achieve or lose ‘RP’ (or ‘Ranked Points’) based on their performances. It attracts a far more competitive calibre of players, who battle to reach the highest tiers before ranks are wiped clean as the season concludes.
‘Clash Squad’ is another game mode that sees two teams of four play against one another in a sequence of quick, four-round games. Other gameplay features are different in ‘Clash Squad’, too. For instance, weapons and items are bought in the shop with their Balance, which can be earned from round to round by completing various tasks. There is also a Ranked ‘Clash Squad’ mode, which uses a system to stars to rank competency.
Finally, ‘Lone Wolf’ is Free Fire’s fast-paced, no-limits 1v1 mode. In it, players can arm themselves with any items and weapons in the game and take them to the battlefield against one other player.
Since it launched on the 23rd of August 2017, it has become the most downloaded mobile game globally. Not only that, but it also has a daily active user count of over 80 million, has become the first mobile battle royale game to surpass 1 billion downloads and, as of November 2019, has grossed over $1 billion worldwide.
With all these players, it’s no surprise that players are looking for ways to grant themselves a bit of a boost on the battlefield. Many players are turning to reward codes for passes, characters, items, loot crates, pets, in-game currencies, and much more – all of which are free with reward codes!
How Do I Redeem Garena Free Fire (FF) Codes?
It’s easy to redeem codes in Garena Free Fire, but it does mean backing out the app and opening your web browser.
Simply head over to the Garena Free Fire awards redemption website and log in using your account credentials. Remember: you cannot redeem reward codes with a guest account, so proceed to link your Free Fire account to one of the compatible platforms.
Then, when your account is fully prepared, paste or write one of the active reward codes from the list above. Then, click the ‘Confirm’ button to prompt a confirmation pop-up to appear. Simply hit the ‘Ok’ button to complete the process.
From here, just head over to the ‘mail’ section and collect your rewards!
Having Trouble Redeeming A Code?
You shouldn’t run into any problems redeeming your rewards code, especially given how easy to navigate the dedicated awards redemption website is.
Be sure to check your code has been successful after you try. If you redeem a code for items, you should be able to find them in the [vault] tab in the game lobby. Alternatively, gold and diamonds will be visible in your account wallet.
However, there are a few things to keep in mind if you are having any problems. First, each redemption code should have only 12 characters, all of which are either capital letters or numbers. Second, each code is issued with an expiration date, and any expired codes cannot be redeemed. Third, all codes are region-specific – so make sure you’re in the right region if you’re struggling to redeem one.
Finally, you cannot redeem any reward code with a guest account. Be sure to bind it to your Facebook, VK, Google, Huawei, Apple, or Twitter account to receive rewards. If you are still having trouble, try getting in touch with the Garena customer service here.
How To Use Garena Free Fire (FF) Reward Codes
If you are new to the game, or just new to using reward codes, it can be a lot to get your head around. Each code offers a different reward, and the rewards aren’t always easy to locate in-game or know how to make the best use of.
Here is a quick guide to every kind of free reward code and how to make the best use of them:
One of the most exciting freebies one can receive from a Garena Free Fire reward code is a new character model to use in one of the game’s many modes.
The reason characters are so important in the game is because, unlike other popular Battle Royale games, Free Fire characters have different skills, stats, and abilities. This means that players have reasons for getting new characters that go well beyond their looks or appearances.
The right character can end up giving you the upper hand in pivotal gunfights and matches. Best of all, you can get some new characters for free using reward codes.
Ordinarily, new characters can be purchased with gold, or diamonds, the game’s premium in-game currency. However, active reward codes often allow players to bolster their library of unlocked characters; either with character unlock codes or by delivering gold or diamonds to bolster their wallet balance.
If you can get a character for free with a code, make sure to redeem it. It’ll save you a bit of real-world money if you ever decide to round off your collection by buying them at the in-game store.
Gold and Diamonds
Free Fire has only two in-game currencies: Gold and Diamonds. There are a few ways to get these currencies and a great many ways to spend them. So, here is a quick primer on gold and diamonds and how to make the best use of them!
Gold can be acquired in many in-game ways. For one, gold can be unlocked via Daily Rewards – that means you can get sizeable amounts of gold just by logging in every day. Furthermore, Activity Missions give players a way to further their daily allotment of earned gold. In-game events, playing matches, and season-end rank rewards offer even more ways to get gold.
Just be sure to avoid illicit and dodgy third-party “unlimited gold generators” and similar websites. These are unambiguously illegal and will most likely result in either serious computer viruses or your account getting permanently banned.
Unlike gold, diamonds are primarily acquired by spending your hard-earned, real-world money. A good way to avoid this is by using reward codes, many of which often offer various quantities of diamonds completely free of charge. These may not always be enough to purchase premium items, but if you save them up, they can come in very handy nonetheless.
But the game’s monetary system isn’t as simple as just Gold and Diamonds. There are also ‘Vouchers’, in-game items that allow you to spin one of four in-game roulette wheels to try and pick up prizes. These are the Gold Royale Voucher, the Diamond Royale Voucher, the Weapons Royale Voucher, and the Incubator Voucher.
Although any one of these Vouchers can be available as reward codes, the two most common are the Diamond Royale Voucher and the Weapons Royale Vouchers. These codes will allow you to spin their respective wheels in the hopes of picking up some extra diamonds or weapon skins!
Skins & Outfits
Of course, weapon skins and outfits are also available raw as reward code unlocks. Past examples include the Dragon AK skin and character outfit unlocks.
These unlocks won’t give you an upper hand in gunfights. But they are cool to have and use, so they’re worth getting when they are available. You can also use stylish names to set yourself apart from others.
Pets are a mainstay of many MMO and mobile games, but in terms of Battle Royale games, they are often forgotten. That isn’t the case with Free Fire, which features a huge selection of in-game pets that have specific skills and abilities.
Each of the 13 currently available pets has a specific skill or ability that will help you last longer in Battle Royale matches, help you succeed in gunfights, or offer you any number of special abilities. Most importantly, some of them look really cool.
Reward codes can deliver free pets to add to your collection, either by delivering specific pets or allowing you to participate in a random draw.
Finally, Loot Crates offer one last great way to snag exclusive in-game items. These Loot Crates are usually thematic, allowing players to keep on top of the latest trends without having to spend even a penny.
How to Win Garena Free Fire (FF) Battle Royale
Now you know how to make the best use of the promo codes, it is time to put them to work. They can be an invaluable tool, but they can’t alone make you a fantastic Battle Royale player.
So, here are four quick tips and tricks to help you climb the leaderboards, survive for longer, and unlock items quicker:
Pick a great landing location
The first thing you’ll do when you load into a Battle Royale match is picking where you are going to land, so it’s important.
You have two major considerations when choosing a drop point: traffic and loot.
Heavily trafficked areas often have the best loot, while the quietest areas often have only very little. This means striking a delicate balance, so don’t worry if you’re making the wrong choices as you build up your strategy. Your best landing spot may take a couple of goes to work out.
Towns or cities are often too busy for beginners to safely land but landing near them is often a wise strategy. This gets you close, but not close enough to be shot out the sky or lose a gunfight immediately after you hit the ground. This strategy allows developing players to reach at least some of their medical kits, weapons, ammo, and equipment after they’ve had a bit of time to prepare.
Use the Minimap
It sounds redundant, given that it takes up quite a sizeable portion of your screen, but in my view, not enough of us make proper use of the minimap.
Not only can it help us plan ahead and quickly familiarise ourselves with our surroundings, but the minimap is also the best way to track enemies and decide whether a building or area is safe to explore.
Watch out for orange blips on the minimap, as these will allow you to pinpoint your opponents in combat. Whether you’re hunting for enemies or avoiding confrontation, the minimap is an invaluable tool.
Further into each game, the minimap will also help you track your course by showing you where your opponents are fighting one another. This presents a great opportunity to avoid opponents altogether or plot a strategy that will allow you to pick the victor off unawares after they’ve taken out the other. This can be a strategy that backfires, so keep in mind your preparedness before deciding to take such a risk.
Navigate with the Safety Zone in mind
Of course, the map can also help you track the Safety Zone. It appears on the map as a white circle and will also let you know ahead of time when and where it will shrink to.
The timer is your best way of deciding when to move. Don’t leave it too late but realise that most players will leave travel to the last possible second. More savvy players are often ready to gatekeep them. Strike a balance and realise this might take a bit of practice.
This doesn’t always mean avoiding the Safety Zone. Running along it can grant you reasonable assurances that you’re entirely clear to one side, allowing you to make the perilous journey from cover to cover without fear of being sniped from on high.
Remember: cover isn’t just large buildings. It also means trees, grass, and other smaller, natural obstacles.
Don’t run for gunfights, let them come to you – or avoid them altogether
Setting up engagements is one of the only sure-fire ways to ensure you’ll win them. If you know where the enemy is before they know where you are, you can probably get the drop on them.
This means that it’s irresponsible to run around hunting down other players. Instead, a strategy of playing more defensively – containing a small area and using the environment to give yourself cover – is often more sensible. This also means letting players you don’t have a very good chance of beating go.
Think about it: to win a standard Battle Royale, you need to outlive a maximum of 49 other players. Does that mean you need to win 49 gunfights in a row? Trying to do so would make the likelihood of winning a Battle Royale near impossible.
Instead, one of the greatest strategies is learning when to avoid a gunfight altogether. Letting another player go isn’t allowing them to hunt you down until the end of the match, after all. It is releasing that player to soon find another player, meaning that whichever way that gunfight goes you have one less player to worry about.