How to get money in Roblox Adopt Me
Time to earn those in-game Bucks.
Money in Roblox Adopt Me is a sure way to purchase cool items, including food, toys, gifts, new clothes, or decorative pieces for your home. In the game, the currency involved is called Bucks — here’s what you need to do to accumulate Bucks.
Every day that you login to Adopt Me, you earn a login bonus. For each consecutive day you log in, you’ll accumulate a steak. The streak will continue for five days before it restarts on the sixth day. On each day of the streak, you’ll progressively earn more and more Bucks, and on the final day, you’ll earn a Mystery Gift.
As you play Adopt Me, random tasks will appear at the top of the screen, and they are often relatively easy to complete. The tasks tend to center around actions towards the care of your pet in some capacity. If you head over to the school, the bulk of quests can be completed there. Be sure to always have a pet with you for the opportunity to complete as many quests as possible. A few examples of the objectives include: Using a shower, going to the park, feeding your pet, speaking with the doctor, or putting your pet to sleep.
By merely remaining logged on in the game, you receive Bucks. Twenty Bucks is rewarded for each cycle of day and night completed. The catch, though, is that leaving your in-game character completely idle will result in being kicked from the server, so you’ll have to actually be playing the game.
Playing as a baby and having your pet equipped doubles the Bucks earned.
Buy a Concession Stand, Money Tree
Play into your entrepreneurial nature and invest in either a hotdog stand or lemonade stand. You can strategically set these up in busy areas on the map so that other players purchase food and beverages from you. Additionally, a Money Tree can be purchased as furniture for your house. By periodically checking in on the tree, you can collect Bucks.
The Old Fashioned Way
If you don’t mind spending real money in-game, you can purchase Bucks with Robux, the Roblox currency. Be smart here, though, because things can get expensive quickly — All in all, if you don’t want to spend real money on the game, you’ll need to put in the screen time.