Raid the Dungeon Coupon Code List

Raid the Dungeon Coupon Codes

This guide will supply a list of working Raid the Dungeon coupon codes and how to redeem them.

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Raid The Dungeon Codes (2022)

I can already hear you asking, “What are some codes for Raid the Dungeon?”. Don’t worry; we have got you covered! Below, you will find a complete list of Raid the Dungeon codes. 👇

Lootboy2022x300 Mark of RiftWORKING
summerbeach x300 Mark of Rift, x40k Eternal Token, and x2.5K Skin CouponWORKING

No Longer Active Codes


How Do I Redeem Raid the Dungeon Codes?

Depending on your platform (iOS or Android), the way you redeem Raid the Dungeon codes changes. Luckily, we’ve outlined how-to for each.

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How to Redeem Codes on iOS

Redeeming codes on iOS is very different from on Android. The app itself doesn’t have a section where players can enter coupons. Instead, they must visit the official Raid the Dungeon website and fill out a form.

If you’re interested in redeeming codes on iOS, follow these steps:

 raid the dungeon code redeem ios
  1. Visit the official Raid the Dungeon website. Here, you will see three text boxes.
  2. In the top section, click the drop-down menu and select your server (which can be found in the top-right corner of the game’s main menu).
  3. In the second section, enter your account’s username (which also is located in the top-right corner of the game’s main menu)
  4. In the last section, enter a working coupon code from the list above.

Now you have completed this process, check your Mail within the game. Here, you will notice that the codes associated reward is in your inbox. Click the blue Claim button to receive your bonus.

How to Redeem Codes on Android

To redeem codes on Android, follow these steps:

  1. Launch Raid the Dungeon: Idle RPG.
  2. Once opened, click on Settings (it’s the cog icon).
  3. On the left-hand side, tap Other.
  4. Click Enter Coupon.
  5. Enter a coupon code.

From here, you will receive your reward in the Mail. This is indicated by the prompt “Check your mail,” which appears after entering a code. From there, click the blue Claim button to receive the code’s reward.

Coupon Code Rewards

Rewards for Codes

With the above Raid the Dungeon coupon codes, you will receive various rewards. Below, we outline what each reward means.

Mark of Rift

Mark of Rift

“A crystal left behind in places where fissures have appeared. It emanates an otherwordly aura.”

Eternal Token

“Spoils of war given to a warrior. Power ceaselessly flow within.”

Skin Coupon

“Skin Coupon”

Why Aren’t Raid the Dungeon Codes Working?

As I’m sure you have noticed, below the list of active codes is a (much longer) list of expired ones. Because of how the developers created codes, they expire after a given time. 

For example, the summerbeach code currently works because it’s summer. By contrast, the WARMSPRING code doesn’t, as it’s not spring. 

Read More: Codes for Slither io Invisible Skin

The fact that these codes are time-limit encourages players to redeem them quickly before they expire. This way, they won’t miss the various rewards that they would otherwise miss.

Another reason an entered code might not work is that it’s misspelled — it could happen to anyone. Keep in mind that developers have made promo codes case-sensitive. So, a single wrong capitalization can result in an error message. 

Is Raid the Dungeon Offline

Is Raid the Dungeon Offline

You will need an internet connection to play Raid the Dungeon. Without one, you aren’t able to connect to the game’s many servers. Thus, the game can not verify the integrity of your files. For example, if the internet wasn’t a requirement, players would be able to use cheats and hacks. This is indeed the case for coupon codes, too — without an internet connection, you won’t be able to redeem any of your codes.

Using the above Raid the Dungeon coupon codes, you should be able to redeem many of the game’s rewards. Whether you’re on Android or iOS, we explained what to do.

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