NBA 2K24 Locker Codes

NBA 2K24 Locker Codes are something most fans of the franchise will already be familiar with. These codes unlock various rewards once you redeem them. No matter what these might be, it’s always worth the effort to use the codes, since free stuff is not exactly easy to come by in 2K games. In this guide, we will keep a list of active locker codes in 2K24, as well as explain how to redeem them.

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NBA 2K24 Locker Codes

NBA 2K24 Locker Codes

At time of writing, we don’t know of any NBA 2K24 locker codes, because the game hasn’t launched yet. At least, definitely not for everyone; it does depend on your time zone, as we’ve explained in a previous guide. We’ll be sure to update the guide regularly as new codes come out. Until then, we can tell you where one normally looks for them. Most commonly, codes come out on 2K’s various official socials, like Twitter and Instagram. Another source are livestreams and other NBA 2K24 events, keep an eye on those. And, of course, the different fan communities, such as the NBA 2K subreddit. Or just keep coming back here if all that seems like too much work, because honestly, it is.

How to Redeem NBA 2K24 Locker Codes

In order to redeem your NBA 2K24 locker codes, you have to go through a few relatively simple steps. First off, boot the game up and go into Options/Features from the main menu. Once in the new “section” of the menu, select Locker Codes, obviously. You’ll then be prompted to enter the code into the text box. Be sure to input it exactly as you see it, because the codes are case-sensitive. With that done, it the “Submit” button, and your rewards should appear on your account immediately. If they don’t, double-check whether you’ve entered the code correctly. Hopefully that’s the cause of the issue, because if not, either the code has expired or you’ll have to contact 2K support.

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