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All Working Jetpack Jumpers Codes
- JETPACKJUMPER10 - (NEW)
- 5001LIKES - Free gems
The following Jetpack Jumpers codes were last checked and confirmed expired on November 26, 2021.
- No codes have expired!
How Do I Use Jetpack Jumpers Codes?
- Launch the game
- Tap or click the 'Codes' button on the left side of the screen
- Enter a Jetpack Jumpers code into the box
- Hit the 'Use' button to claim them
You can use Jetpack Jumpers codes without any difficulty at all. You won't need to reach a certain point in the game, fiddle around in scary menus, or even type them into the chatbox and risk people calling you a spammer.
All you need to do in order to use Jetpack Jumpers codes is log in, tap the 'Codes' button on the left of the screen, and type a working code into the box. If all goes well, hitting the 'Use' button will dispense sweet freebies into your account.
When Is the Next Jetpack Jumpers Code?
After the JETPACKJUMPER10 code, the next new Jetpack Jumpers codes are set to arrive once the game gets 25,000 likes on its Roblox page. It's currently at 24,000. There isn't long left to wait.
How Do I Play Jetpack Jumpers?
Although Jetpack Jumpers is officially still in beta, anyone is welcome to join in. Just find the Jetpack Jumpers page on the Roblox website, hit that big play button, and you'll be spat out onto the launch pad in no time.
How Do I Upgrade My Jetpack in Jetpack Jumpers?
Jetpack Jumpers is a progression-based game. You're not going to be scaling the leaderboard with the first jetpack you get. Power and jump count will ultimately affect how far you can make it through a course, and using the coins you get for trying will help you upgrade your jetpack and fly even further.
To upgrade your Jetpack in Jetpack Jumpers, just take a left as soon as you spawn by the launch pad. You'll find two shops here: one for jetpacks and one for upgrades.
You'll want to keep launching yourself through the course until you get enough coins to upgrade your jetpack at the upgrade shop. Upgrade it three times and you'll unlock the ability to buy an even better one at the jetpack shop. Repeat this process until you're able to reach the end of the stage.
Where Do I Spend Gems in Jetpack Jumpers?
Once you've collected a bunch of gems by blasting into them or redeeming the Jetpack Jumpers codes above, you're going to want to spend them. You can do this by simply turning around from the launch pad.
Look for the tube with three coloured rings going around it and head towards it. There isn't a lot to buy with your gems just yet, but this tiny store will spit out a common, uncommon, or rare jetpack trail effect for 100 gems each. You'll find more trails in subsequent stages, though, so you might want to hold onto any gems you get while making your way there.
What's in the New Jetpack Jumpers Update?
- Two new areas
- Three new jetpacks
- Four new trails
Jetpack Jumpers Update One starts the game's post-release content off on the right foot. Two new areas were added, three new jetpacks landed to help push players through them, and four new trails were added to mix up the game's diamond gacha.
And that's it for Jetpack Jumpers codes for now. As mentioned above, the game is still in beta. Though it's looking pretty polished and popular already, there's every chance that it could temporarily go down for maintenance or bug fixes.
Just don't get too comfortable yet. You can also follow the developer's Twitter account to stay in the know. And you never know, new codes could well drop over there.