How to Get Tix Fast in "Roblox"
By Leah Waldron-Gross
Updated September 22, 2017
Roblox is an online virtual gaming world with more than 5 million international players. Whether you're a newcomer to the online gaming world or an expert at code scripting, Roblox provides a 3-D gaming world that combines social networking, e-commerce, game and real estate creation, and a competition for prizes and badges. The two online currencies include Robux, which are purchased with real-life money, and tickets, which are awarded to members for completing specific game tasks. Tickets are lower in value than Robux, but can be used to purchase many items in the Roblox virtual supply catalog.
Log in to your Roblox member account every day. Roblox awards its members 10 free tickets for every day they are logged in as a member.
Trade your extra Robux currency for tickets. You will need to place an ad on the Roblox Exchange, or RoblEX, with an offer of a number of Robux for tickets.
Design a place or game that other members will want to visit. For every member that visits your place, you will receive a place ticket.
Upgrade to a Builder's Club, or BC, membership. A BC membership allows you to design catalog items such as shirts and hats, which can be sold for tickets in the Roblox catalog. You can also build more than one place with a BC membership, which can bring in additional place tickets.
Participate in Roblox contests. It's a fast way to a big ticket win, and you will receive tons of place tickets as members visit your game or site to vote.
The more friends you make on Roblox, the more place tickets you will win. New friends will check out your game or place. Try joining a group to meet new friends that will visit your place or game.
Once you have tickets in hand, invest them into advertising by designing your own ad to bring more people to your place or game. Ads run on a 24-hour basis and can only be purchased with tickets. If enough people see your ad and visit your place, you will earn extra place tickets.
Tickets are lower in value than Robux, but may be more sought after in some cases. For example, some items in the Roblox catalog may only be purchased with tickets.
Leah Waldron is the head of Traveler Services at First Abroad, a gap year travel company based in Boston and London. As a travel, research and LGBT news writer, Waldron has publication credit on magazines and newspapers including "Curve Magazine," "USA Today," "The Sun Sentinel" and the "The Houston Chronicle." Waldron has a bachelor's and master's degree in creative writing from Florida State University.