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Disney Sorcerer's Arena tips and codes

5 Tips that will certainly help you get better at the game

Disney Sorcerer's Arena tips and codes

Who doesn't love a good RPG? To be more specific, who doesn't love a good RPG with tons of characters, constant upgrades and balances, and one where you don't have to spend a fortune to be relevant? Obviously, it was a rhetorical question, because in Disney Sorcerer's Arena you get all of those features, and a lot more.

However, one main element is missing from the game when it comes to the general RPG genre - the redeem codes! I know you were looking for some Disney Sorcerer's Arena codes, and I hate to break it to you, but there is no such thing in this game.

Are there any Disney Sorcerer's Arena codes?

If you want to check out some DSA codes, there is no better place than our complete Disney Sorcerer's Arena codes list right here! We constantly update that list, so there's no chance to miss any of the existing or upcoming codes! 

Since there are so many tasks, regular events and rewards that you can receive, alongside the codes we've listed you can definitely make use of some of the Disney Sorcerer's Arena tips below! 

All you need is to stay active in the game, and you will be able to redeem tons of useful resources and recruit all the heroes to your collection. Let's take a look at some DSA tips to help you in that regard!

disney sorcerers arena tips

Tip #1 - Log in every day to get the daily free rewards

Each day that you log in to the game you'll be able to collect useful resources that will help you grow. You can also get free heroes, such as Merida on the 7th day that you login. Each month has different log in rewards, so try to log in daily even if you don't plan to spend too much time in the game.

By simply collecting all these rewards you will have enough to upgrade heroes and get stronger later on when you have the time to play.

Tip #2- Stay up-to-date with the DSA social media

If you want something as good as Disney Sorcerer's Arena codes, then you better keep an eye out for the DSA official Twitter. They hold various giveaways and contests there, so if you want to have a chance at winning something, make sure you keep an eye out for such posts.

For example, every Friday they hold 'Free Stuff Friday', where random players are rewarded with Loyalty Coins, Diamonds and Gold. It's a pretty good deal if you ask me!

Tip #3 - Consider buying the Gold pass

The game features a Gold Pass, which you will gain access to once your player level reaches level 10. It will reward you with exclusive rewards for the current season, and although it costs real-life money to purchase, the rewards are worth it.

If you have some extra money and you are a dedicated player, I suggest you invest in this because it will help you quite a lot.

Tip #4 - Take part in time-limited events and quests

Many of the events running in the game are time-limited. You can become super strong if you stay very active and try to farm as much as possible in these events. You can also try to be more active while an event featuring one of the heroes you want is underway because it will let you obtain and upgrade said hero.

Of course, you don't have to attend all the events if you don't want to. If there is something that you have no interest in, then by all means skip it, just make sure you participate in events that have some of the top tier characters in the game.

Tip #5 - Invest in just a few heroes to start

In the beginning, you don't want to spend all your resources on upgrading every single character. Instead, try to shift your attention towards one or two heroes that you plan on keeping in your final team (or in one of your final teams).

The main reason why you should do this is that you will run out of resources relatively fast if you upgrade every single hero. You want to have some extra resources, for when you finally obtain that character S-tier you were planning to add to your team.

Cristina Mesesan
Cristina Mesesan
Cristina is a lifelong gamer who also loves digital art, she's worked as an animator and tried some game level designing in Unity. Her biggest passion is pixel games (Stardew, To the Moon), and she adores writing and sharing her knowledge about games.