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Brawlhalla Redeem Codes (March 2023): Working, Expired

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Brawlhalla is a popular free-to-play platform fighting game that features a variety of characters from different genres and universes.

In Brawlhalla, players can battle with each other online, participate in various game modes, and collect in-game items.

Redeem codes are a great way for players to get free in-game items such as skins, weapons, and more. In this article, we’ll be sharing some of the latest Brawlhalla redeem codes for March 2023 and also list some expired ones.

Before we get into the codes, it’s important to note that redeem codes have a limited lifespan and can only be used once. Some codes may also have specific requirements such as a minimum level or a specific region. Make sure to read the terms and conditions carefully before redeeming any code.

Working Brawlhalla Redeem Codes March 2023

Here are some of the latest Brawlhalla redeem codes for March 2023:

  • 7T5G5Y-MVGPP8 – Nightblade Bundle (Amazon Prime one-time redemption code) 

Expired Codes

  • XN1RRJ-Q8PJVX

How to Redeem

To redeem these codes, follow these simple steps:

  1. Open Brawlhalla on your device.
  2. Go to the main menu and select “Store.”
  3. Click on “Redeem Code” at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Enter the redeem code and click “Redeem.”
  5. The free item(s) will be added to your account.

In conclusion, redeem codes are a great way to get free in-game items in Brawlhalla. The codes listed above can provide players with a range of benefits, including skins, weapons, and other in-game items.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that redeem codes have a limited lifespan and can only be used once. Additionally, new codes may be released periodically, so be sure to check back often for more opportunities to get free in-game items. Happy gaming!

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