Use these codes in Element Battles to get free Cash

Use these codes in Element Battles to get free Cash
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Written by 

Daniel Megarry

Last updated 

2nd May 2024 09:37

Element Battles is a chaotic Roblox experience that lets you try out different elements like Fire, Water, and Electricity in arena battles against other players.

Unfortunately, you don't get to choose which element you have in your inventory. Like most Roblox games, you'll need to spin for a random element, and this costs virtual Cash. If you use these codes, though, you'll get plenty of Cash to spend on Spins for free.

All active Element Battles codes

Code Reward
500 Cash (NEW)
500 Cash

There are only two working codes right now, but together they'll give you 1000 Cash to spend in the game. Considering a single Spin costs you 50 Cash, that'll get you 20 Spins to try and unlock a range of elements.

It only took me a few Spins to get the element I wanted - Fire - so I was able to head into the arena and toast my opponents. Which element are you hoping for?

How to redeem codes in the game

Redeeming a code in Element Battles
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To redeem your free rewards, launch the game and click on the 'Spin' button rather than the 'Play' button.

On the next page, you'll notice a text box at the bottom right corner of the screen that says 'Enter code here'. It should be pretty obvious what you need to do here: type in your code and hit the Enter key!

If you've used a valid code, you'll see your Cash boost immediately in the number beneath the text box. As if things couldn't be any simpler, you're already on the right page to use that Cash to buy some Spins.

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Now that you've got some freebies in Element Battles, why not visit our Roblox homepage for more guides like this one? We've also got the latest codes for Blox Fruits and Anime Defense Simulator.

Daniel Megarry
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Daniel Megarry
Daniel is GGRecon’s Deputy Guides Editor. He graduated from university with a degree in Journalism & English Language before covering video games and LGBTQ+ culture at publications including Gay Times and Dexerto. His favourite games include Pokemon, Kingdom Hearts, Resident Evil, and anything Nintendo. You can reach him on [email protected].
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