How to Donate Robux With Friends on Roblox

by Lynne Vanders ; Updated September 22, 2017

Roblox is an online community where users can create their own online video games or play games that other members have created. Members who pay the fee to join the site's Builders Club can also create items to sell, including shirts and t-shirts. Purchase items from your Roblox friends to donate Tix or Robux to them, which they can then use to purchase other items or advertising for the games they create on the Roblox site.

Ask your friend what items he has for sale so you can purchase one and donate Robux to him. Make note of the items' names; searching for an item's name is the quickest way to find it.

Enter your username and password information under "Member Login" on the main Roblox site. Click "Login" to access your Roblox profile.

Select "Catalog" from the blue bar at the top of the site to pull up the catalog merchandise. Click on "For Sale" on the left side to view the items by other Roblox users. Select the category of your friend's items, such as shirts or t-shirts.

Type the name of your friend's item in the search box at the top of the screen and hit "Enter" to locate the item your friend has listed for sale.

Click on the picture or name of the item to view additional details about it. Click "Buy with R$" in the upper right corner of the item description to purchase the item and donate the listed number of Robux to your friend.

Tip

  • Only people with Builders Club membership can sell items, but you don't need to belong to Builders Club to purchase items and donate Robux or Tickets to other users.

    Exchange your Tickets for Robux if you don't have any by clicking on "Trade Currency!" while in the catalog.

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Lynne Vanders has been writing professionally since 2010. Previously an insurance agent, she has guest written several blogs and been published in "Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine." Vanders holds a Bachelor of Science in English from Iowa State University.

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