One Punch Ultimate Codes February 2024

In our One Punch Ultimate Codes February 2024 guide, we are going to give you a list of all the currently active codes in the game. Of course, we will also show you what each of the codes rewards you with when you redeem them. And since the redemption system is a little difficult than most other Roblox games, we will also explain how that works. Let’s get right into it, shall we?

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one punch ultimate codes february 2024
One Punch Ultimate Codes February 2024

Codes for One Punch Ultimate February 2024

There are three active codes in One Punch Ultimate in February 2024. We will list all of them below, along with what they unlock when redeemed. There is one code that has already expired, and that’s Release. So, you can’t use that one anymore. The three below, though, are still working at time of writing. Still, you should redeem them as soon as possible, before they too expire. Don’t worry, we’ll explain how the redemption process works in One Punch Ultimate in the next section. Before we get into that, here are the codes and what they give you.

  • 100K – Redeem this code to get 15x Spins
  • Open – Redeem this code to get 20x Spins
  • Console – Redeem this code to get 20x Spins

How to Redeem One Punch Ultimate Codes

To redeem codes in One Punch Ultimate in February 2024 (and presumably in the future), you have to go through a few fairly simple steps. Open the game and press Play. Once you’re actually in, tap the black arrow on the right side of the screen (it’s under the compass) to open the menu. If you’re playing on a PC, you can also hit M on the keyboard. Next, click or tap the shopping basket at the top of the menu. This will take you to the in-game store. Make your way to the bottom of that menu until you get to the text box that says “CODE HERE.” Enter one of the codes from the list above and click or tap “Claim.” Rinse and repeat as necessary.

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