September 2022 YBA Codes for Roblox

September 2022 YBA Codes for Roblox

The September 2022 Roblox YBA codes, or Your Bizarre Adventure codes, are now up and running. You can redeem them to get a number of different, useful freebies. That’s why, in this guide, we’re going to give you a list of all active YBA codes, what they unlock, and how to redeem the codes in the first place.

There are four active Roblox codes for Your Bizarre Adventure, or YBA, in September 2022. One of them is new, and we’ve put it at the top of the list. The other three are on the older side, so they might expire by the time you’re reading this. However, they’re still worth a shot, just in case. Let us know if they’ve expired in the meantime, so that we can update the guide. With all of that said, here are all the codes and what they unlock.

To redeem your YBA September 2022 Roblox codes, or Your Bizarre Adventure codes, you have to go through several steps that aren’t too difficult. First off, open the game and select “Play” to hop into it. Once you load in, tap the menu button in the bottom right It looks like a brown page from a book; you can’t miss it. In the menu, select the Settings, aka the cog icon. Find the text box under your Stand, Fighting Style and Race settings. All that’s left to do is enter one of the codes from the list above, then click the “Redeem Code” button below it. Repeat the process for every active code, and you’re good to go!

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What: Guild Wars 2Who: MJ GuthrieWhen: 8:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, January 31st, 2023

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