Get 100 Free Robux for Roblox with Microsoft Rewards

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All the over the world we are seeing that people are loving Roblox as compared to Minecraft. Roblox is free-to-play with an in-game virtual currency called Robux and in this guide we will teach how to get 10 Free Robux with Microsoft Rewards

What is Roblox and what is Robux?

Roblox is an online game platform like Minecraft where players can create virtual worlds and they can also create or program hames for others to play. Interestingly its not new and was founded in 2004 by David Baszucki and Erik Cassel but has only recently come into attention.

Its hard to believe but as of August 2020 Roblox has over 164 million monthly active users (more than Minecraft’s ~130 million monthly active users) and half of Roblox’s user base is children aged under 16 in the United States. The game is immensely popular.

Robux is the currency used inside inside the game that is used to buy and sell virtual items.

How to get 100 free Robux?

Microsoft is running a promotion for players to get 100 free Robux with Microsoft Rewards.

How it works?

  1. Sign up for free. Earn Microsoft Rewards points towards Robux and more.
  2. Get a 100 Robux eGift Card on us when you join Microsoft Rewards.
  3. Play, search, and earn with Microsoft Rewards to unlock more points.
  4. Spend your Robux on new accessories, emotes, and more for your Roblox avatar or special perks in some of your favorite Roblox games!

Keep in mind that 100 Robux eGift Card offer is available to new, first-time members in the US only. The promotion is on till March 16, 2021 so hurry up if you want to learn how to get these rewards.

Don’t be surprised if you see the error below

Microsoft Rewards is not available in this country or region. Sorry, Microsoft Rewards is currently only available in the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Republic of Ireland, Brazil, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Mexico and Taiwan”

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