Coin Master: How to Get Snacks

Coin Master, how to get snacks

How to Get Snacks in Coin Master

Snacks, or better known as pet food, are some tasty treat you can give your cute companions. Giving them food fills them up, giving you some useful bonuses during raids. That said, here’s how to get snacks in Coin Master.

Pets are your loyal companions in the game, often rewarding players with some extra perks during or after a raid. The Tiger, for example, gives you more coins when you attack other villages.

There are times, however, when your pet will end up hungry and fall asleep. At this point, you’ll need to feed it snacks to gain all of the benefits again. You should always make it a point to feed your pet before any major raids in Coin Master.

Here are a few ways to get snacks:

  • Pay up with real money.
  • Get them through the slot machine.

To get more pet food, you can pay for it with real money. It’s honestly one of the best ways to stock up on food and always ensure that you’ll have enough snacks before your big raids.

That said, you can also get some snacks for free through the Coin Master slot machine. Getting pet food ultimately boils down to your luck, as slot machines never guarantee a particular item. Snacks are only one of the many different supplies you can get from slots, so you can’t exactly rely on it to get more pet food.

Having snacks are great for earning rewards, but they aren’t necessary to play the game. You can still reap the rewards for raids in Coin Master, although just not as much with your pet’s bonus effects. It’s probably a good idea to stock up on pet food until you plan on holding some of your more bigger raids in the game.

That’s about everything you need to know about how to get snacks in Coin Master. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite. We’ve got some other guides to help you get started.

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Twinfinite Staff Writer

Irwyn Diaz

Irwyn was a Staff Writer for Twinfinite from 2017 to 2019 covering as many RPGs and action games that he could get his hands on. He is a diehard Final Fantasy fan who just can't stop playing Opera Omnia. Playing Games Since: 1998, Favorite Genres: RPGs, Horror