Riders Republic Bucks: Best Ways to Earn Bucks and Republic Coins

In Riders Republic, there are mountains of money to be made.

by Connor Christie

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If you want to change your style in Riders Republic, you’ll have to get either a few Bucks or a wallet full of Republic Coins. These two in-game currencies are the way of buying cosmetic items, so if you want to change into something a little less default, you’ll need some quick. In this guide, we’ll go over each currency and how you can get your hands on them.

How to Earn Bucks

The best way of earning Bucks on Riders Republic is from completing Sponsor Contracts. Once you’ve unlocked full access to Riders Ridge, you can speak to the attendant at the food truck who’ll open up the Sponsor Contracts menu. Here you’ll have a list of daily tasks, with a potential 3000 Bucks for completing all the assignments within 24 hours.

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Not only that, but each Sponsor Contract has up to 11 levels of rank, with the reward for 8 of these levels being 1000 Bucks. Do the math, and you’ll realise that completing these challenges is good money for a day’s work.

For every new race or trick event, you’ll earn 1000 Bucks. This method is especially useful in the early game as you’re unlocking multiple events in quick succession. You’ll also gain more Bucks as you earn more STARS, the games progression currency, and for each STARS reward, you receive an amount of Bucks. The rewards start from 2000 Bucks to up to 10,000 for the higher levelled ranks.

You can also earn Bucks from online events or the 500 scattered balloons containing 50 Bucks around the map, but both are slower and require more skill or effort. That said, the scavenger hunt to the 500 balloons is a good way of getting to know the map, and online play is often more competitive than against AI.

How to Get Republic Coins

Unlike Bucks, Republic Coins are only available via microtransactions. Ranging from $4.99 for 500 to $49.99 for 6600, these purchasable packs offer players a quick way to revamp their wardrobe. Though there are some Republic Coins exclusives, most items are available for the earned Bucks alternative, and there’s little reason to part with your cash.

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That’s all you need to know about Bucks and Republic Coins in Riders Republic. If you’re looking for other tips and tricks in the game, head to our dedicated Riders Republic page for the latest news and guides.

Riders Republic is available now for PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X.

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