The latest Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes and skeleton keys

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands shift keys
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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes will provide you with skeleton keys when redeemed, which you can use to open the special Gold Chest in Brighthoof and claim a selection of loot. Despite the game coming out several years ago, there are still fairly regular drops of new codes to redeem, so it's definitely not too late to take advantage of this system and give your adventures a boost.

The guns, wards, spells, and everything else the chest drops are always high-level stuff and can really help out with the Chaos Chamber. Just be aware that the gear level is relative to you, so maybe save the keys for when you're a high/highest level to avoid getting guns you'll eventually outgrow.

We've got many of the codes that have ever been released here - the up to date ones at the top, obviously, but we've also got lots of previous ones as the codes haven't always ended when their time was supposed to expire. So, if you have the time and patience, it's probably worth trying a few older ones just to see if you get lucky.

We've also got an explanation on how to claim Tiny Tina shift codes below, as there are a few options. If you are going to try claiming them all, for example, you might want to use the Shift website so you can copy and paste quickly from tab to tab. So check out all the Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes we have and how to claim them.

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If you want to get a fast start playing then game then these Tiny Tina's Wonderlands tips will cover the basics. From combat to characters, weapons, pointer and more - it's all there. 

As we mentioned we've claimed more than a few shift codes not long after they were supposed to expire so it's always worth checking the most recent ones even if they say they're out of date. Below the newest codes we've also got all the codes that have ever been released, just in case you want try then all.

And, below that, we've got help on how to redeem Tina Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes. Just in case you've not used one, or don't know what to do with it. Short version: enter the code in-game or via the Shift website which to get a skeleton key sent to you that you can then use to open the chest and get the loot. 

Tina Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes and Skeleton Keys

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Below are the most recent Tina Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes which can be claimed for at least one skeleton key. Although there's a three key code with no expiry date currently you might want to try first before anything happens to it. We've marked the expiration dates on the other code so you know how much time you've got but, as we said, some of these codes have worked a day or two after their date passed.

  • 9XFTT-RXJBJ-TB3JT-BBB3J-SWX9K - 3 keys (expires January 18, 2024)
  • 5ZWTJ-XXBT3-FXWRZ-XJJJT-96XZ6 - 3 keys (expiry unknown)

For further codes, check Randy Pitchford's Twitter account @DuvalMagic or a feed such as @ShiftCodesTK for recent announcements.

Check the 'how to' below if you're not sure what to do with them as there's an easy way and a, well, not exactly hard way, but do you want to copy and paste or type? Obviously we'll be updating this as and when more Shift codes arrive, so keep an eye on this page for more!

The list of codes below is everything released to date. These have all passed their expiry date by a long way but it's always worth trying just in case. The original 2009 Borderlands still has shift codes that are still valid to this day, for example, and some of the more recent games had a mix of dated codes and some that never expired. So it's worth giving them all a try if you really want those skeleton keys. 

  • 3BRBB-36HWS-CKJCC-3BTTT-K53HX (3 Keys)
  • 5H533-9XT3T-FXWFZ-RJTTB-6FXKJ (10 Keys)
  • BBFJB-W665H-5W35C-JTB3J-55H6B 
  • J3RT3-9W6W9-WCJ5C-333J3-5CJRF 
  • 3BRTJ-5K659-K5355-BTB3T-633F3 
  • BTXT3-W3H6J-6CBCW-JBTJJ-XZW9F (10 Keys) 
  • JJ63T-FS659-KWTKC-B33JT-3C663
  • 3JF33-TCH5S-K5JW5-TJ3TJ-3SJH6

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How to redeem Tina Tina's Wonderlands Shift codes

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands shift keys

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There are two ways to redeem a Shift code: you can either head to the Shift website and paste the number in, or claim it in game by heading to the Social tab in the menus and entering it in the Shift tab you'll find there. The website is obviously the easiest option as you can just copy and paste all the numbers quickly into a  box. You will have to set up an account and link it to your game first, however. You'll also need to choose a platform when claiming the code online depending on what you're playing.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands shift keys

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The in-game Social menu will also show you when you have any Keys from codes you claimed. To get them, just tab over to the mail option to collect it and add the keys to your inventory. Then just head to the golden chest in Brighthoof in front of the statue of... you, and open it to claim the loot inside.

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands shift keys

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You only get one key per code unless otherwise stated, so check back regularly to see if any new ones have come in. We'll also keep track of any, even if they pass their sell-by-dates. As going by the few released so far, they stay valid for a while.

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