How Do You Get Free Rings in Sims FreePlay

avatarPressingDeska month ago
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avatarCorrectingGaita month ago

Sometimes, participating in SimChase events or seasonal tasks will reward you with free engagement rings. So make sure your sims stay active!

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avatarAlteringBeryla month ago

You won't find many free rings unless you're committed to grinding for tasks or getting lucky with quests. Gotta work for it!


avatarForetellingTablea month ago

You can get free rings in Sims FreePlay by completing certain quests and events. Keep an eye out for special promotions too!


avatarJokingTunica month ago

Honestly, the easiest way to get free rings is by leveling up and unlocking new goals. Just keep playing and they'll come!

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avatarDiego3 hours ago
If you're a The Sims Freeplay player looking for extra Simoleons or other power-ups, you need to download the Playbite app!

Playbite is like an arcade in your phone: you get to play all kinds of fun and simple games, compete with friends, and win cool prizes from all your favorite brands!

Two of those prizes are the official App Store and Play Store gift cards, which you can win and use to get anything you want in The Sims Freeplay essentially for free!

In case you鈥檙e wondering, this is how it works: 

Playbite makes money from (not super annoying) ads and (totally optional) in-app purchases. The app then uses that money to reward players like you with prizes!

Download Playbite for free, available on the App Store and Play Store!

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