How to get free Bux in PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator

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How to get free Bux in PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator

Bux is the premium currency in PewDiePie's Tuber Simulator. Which means you have to pay for it.

But wait! Put away your credit card. The game is actually pretty generous with bux and you can get free currency in lots of different ways.

Once you have some, this money can be used to speed up deliveries, unlock fresh quests, buy room upgrades and cosmetic items, and more.

Here's how to get a boat load.

Level up

You level up in by buying new junk for your studio. All items will level up your character, but item related to specific topics (alike comedy and gaming) will level up your skills in making videos on that topic.

Reaching a new level in either aspect will give you a reward - and that almost always contains bux.

You can quickly get lots of bux by buying an expensive item for a topic you're not well versed in. If you haven't been focusing on your beauty skill, and you buy a level five make up bag, you'll gain many levels for beauty in one go - and lots of bux.

Complete quests

Look at the quest window and keep an eye out for bux as prizes. You'll want to finish these simple missions to get more money to spend in game.

You'll also want to finish the other missions to get new quests, which may contain bux. You'll get fresh quests every day.

Log in every day

Speaking of daily stuff, you'll get a reward each day you play. This can be views, subs, brains, or - yes - bux.

Play Puggle

Puggle is the mini-game you can play while an item is being delivered. Technically it's there to speed up delivery times but there's a slim chance that you will be able to win bux by dunking the pug in the correct dog food bowl.

Get the sponsored eagle

Every few seconds, an eagle will fly past the screen on the room view. You'll hear it before it flies past so you'll know to look at your phone or exit out of a menu.

This eagle almost always carries views or subs, but there's a slim chance it could have a handful of bux for you.

Mark Brown
Mark Brown
Mark Brown spent several years slaving away at the Steel Media furnace, finally serving as editor at large of Pocket Gamer before moving on to doing some sort of youtube thing.