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All active Genshin Impact codes and how to redeem them

A Genshin Impact character hops across ice.
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There are tons of ways to earn all the different forms of currency and items in Genshin Impact, but you can only get so much in a day before you run out. While the game isn’t going to grind to a halt if you don’t have enough items like Primogems, you will be significantly slowed down in terms of progress. While you could turn to spending real money to get over these humps, there are alternative ways to get a huge influx of items completely free, with no grinding required. Each month, there is a new set of Genshin Impact codes you can take advantage of to add tons of Primogems, experience, Mora, and more to your inventory. Here are all the current ones you can claim and how to access them.

How to claim Genshin Impact codes

The code redemption screen in Genshin Impact.
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To redeem any Genshin Impact code, you just need to go to the official code redemption page. Log in with your account, specify the character you want to receive the rewards, and type or paste the code into the Redemption Code field. Once done, the rewards will be sent to your character’s in-game mail menu to claim on whatever platform you play on. Be aware that some codes can’t be redeemed until you hit specific Adventure Ranks.

All current Genshin Impact codes

Here are all the codes currently active for Genshin Impact and which rewards they give.

  • GENSHINGIFT – 50 Primogems, 3 Hero’s Wit
  • CA3BLTURGH9D – 60 Primogems, 5 Adventurer’s Experience
  • RTJUNRSHTAL9 – 60 Primogems, 5 Adventurer’s Experience
  • DSXY15NL247E – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • MLEA572X2UHK – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • PZFUH5GIP9UF – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • RERBFT39544D / RERB7TK775K2 – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles (only one of the two codes can be redeemed)
  • ULEP3495428K – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • VFNSE3DQBW1Q – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • XEZAXRS88R5G – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles
  • XQECMR9IIJ46 – 10,000 Mora, 10 Adventurer’s Experience, 5 Fine Enhancement Ore, 5 Jueyun Chili Chicken, 5 Stir-Fried Fish Noodles

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