Club Penguin Codes 2013: Redeem 12000 Coins And New Items; Quest For The Gold Puffle Begins November 14 [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | November 10, 2013 11:34 PM EST
Redeem Club Penguin codes 2013 now!
Are you looking for more coins? Well, one of the easiest ways to earn more coins is to look for and redeem active Club Penguin codes 2013. Disney often releases new sets of Club Penguin codes 2013 every month.
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Below are the Club Penguin codes 2013 released from September until this month. Each code is worth 500 coins. Furthermore, these Club Penguin codes 2013 will give a player a total of 4500 coins.
But if ever you need more coins, there are older yet still active Club Penguin codes 2013 which can be redeemed easily.
Meanwhile, below are two Club Penguin codes 2013 that are worth new items. Check them out:
- ORGULHO5 - Brazil Party Hat
- BARONFEL - Fighter Pilot Costume
Club Penguin codes 2013 are redeemable only once by each member of Club Penguin.
As for more news regarding the kid-friendly virtual world from Disney, the quest for gold puffle in the Island is already set to begin on November 14. Puffles are furry little pets hanging out all over the Island of Club Penguin. Members of the game can collect and take care of the puffles.
But aside from taking care of puffles, another exciting this is coming because the search for hidden treasures and the new gold puffle is already set to commence this week.
The search can begin by having the puffles dig for coins all around the island. Members should also be on the lookout for golden nuggets as the puffle digs for treasures. After getting them all, members will be able to dig for the Gold Puffle. And after a successful quest for the Gold Puffle, they might be able to dig up rare treasures such as coat or a car.
Watch the video about the quest for Gold Puffle below:
So don't forget, redeem the latest Club Penguin codes 2013 and parrticipate in the quest for Gold Puffle starting November 14 in Club Penguin.
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