Garena Free Fire Redeem Code Website Rewards 8th May . Free Fire doesn’t disappoint when it comes to delighting its players with free rewards & items. Such rewards can be claimed by redeeming unique codes on their official website. The rewards are available for free, but only if you know how to grab them. Follow this article for the latest redeem codes & a step by step guide on how to redeem them.
Free Fire has released an exclusive redeem code for new players in the game hailing from the Europe Region. The code grants a player a number of free in-game items they store in their inventory. Find the redeem code below.
Garena Free Fire Redeem Code Website 8th May
Redeem code: G3MKNDD24G9D
Reward: Ford, Kelly, 3x Gold box, T-shirt town and Leather Pants (Male)
Important Note: Players should keep in mind that this redeem code is for Europe (EU) server only and cannot be redeemed from other regions. If a player tries to redeem the code from a different region, the following dialogue will appear “Failed to redeem. This code cannot be used in your region.”
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Garena Free Fire Redeem Code Website– Steps to Redeem the Items
Go to the official redemption site & follow the steps given below.
Free Fire redemption website: Click here
Step 1: Users have to login via Facebook, Google, VK, Apple ID, Huawei ID, or Twitter.
Step 2: Enter or paste the redeem code in the text box and click on the “Confirm” button to continue. A dialogue box will appear on the screen, confirming the redemption. Press the “OK” option.
Step 3: The rewards can be collected via the in-game mail section.
About Free Fire
Garena Free Fire (also known as Free Fire Battlegrounds or Free Fire) is a battle royale game, developed by 111 Dots Studio and published by Garena for Android and iOS. It became the most downloaded mobile game globally in 2019. Due to its popularity, the game received the award for the “Best Popular Vote Game” by the Google Play Store in 2019. As of May 2020, Free Fire has set a record with over 80 million daily active users globally. As of November 2019, Free Fire has grossed over $1 billion worldwide.