Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Shift Codes Exploit

Tiny Tina’s Wonderland is an action-first-person shooter game that has been recently released for platforms like PC, Xbox Series, and the PlayStation series. With its current hype, players are joining in the day in and day out to get the experience going. With so many players comes the viability of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shift Codes, which can grant players with several loot items that Fatemakers can use to get stronger to combat enemies. While on the topic of loot and weapons, check out Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Legendary Weapons guide! 

Shift Codes In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift Codes
Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Loading Screen

Before we show how to redeem and do the entire shift code exploit, Fatemakers might want to know what the codes exactly are. Please keep in mind that these codes do have an expiry date, and after the expiry date has been crossed, they will be no longer viable, so make sure to claim the shift codes Tiny Tina as soon as possible! 

The Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shift Codes are as follows: 

  • B36T3-KSZ6F-K5TKK-JJ3B3-B6B3J

Players can redeem this shift code anytime before March 31st, and it will grant you one Skeleton Key that can be used to open several different loot chests in the entirety of the world of Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, which upon opening can grant you weapons or upgrades that will make you stronger in combat. 

  • JBRTT-BZH6F-CC3W5-3TTTB-XB9HH

Yet another skeleton key that players can redeem is this one above, which is, unfortunately, expiring before midnight on March 27th, so please claim it to get the most out of it to get stronger and obliterate enemies. Tiny Tina’s Wonderland Class Tier List will help you in the future with choosing classes!

Shift Codes Exploit Method  

Moving further along the Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shift Codes guide, we already know how valid these shift codes can be. They offer players countless loot that the Fatemakers can use to their advantage and become as strong as possible to take down the worst enemies. However, what if, instead of only redeeming it once, you could save the codes repeatedly and gain infinite loot? This is precisely what we will show you. 

Redeeming it Once

Tiny Tina's Social Option
Social Option

So to redeem Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands shift code, you want to first log in, either through your PC or any one of your consoles. Remember that this method can be exploited both on PC and console, so use it to your advantage!

So when you first log in to the Game and enter into the main world, you want to go ahead and pause the Game if you are in the middle of a battle or just roaming around the central area. Go into the Game’s main menu, which will show five options, Resume, Social, Options, Photo Mode, and Quit Game. Fatemakers want to go ahead and click on “Social.” 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift Codes
Wonderlands Mailbox

From here on out, you will be redirected to a screen where you can see 4 or 5 options above you in the main header, one of them being “Mail” click on it. Upon opening your mail, you will see the new mail stating a new shift code available and the button that you can click to claim Shift Codes

Now, if you want to only redeem it once, you can simply enter one of the two codes listed above, and you will get one Skeleton Key per code entered, which can then be used to open loot chests.  

Claiming Codes Infinitely 

If you are a true Wonderlands player, you might want to learn how to learn the shift codes exploit, which we will discuss right now. Now, when you log in to the Game and go to your Socials and mail and see the redeem code, do NOT claim it yet, as claiming it will make the exploit invalid. 

Tiny Tina's PC WiFi settings
Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands PC Network Settings

Once the code is in your mail, for Fatemakers who are PC users, you can drag your mouse over to the bottom right corner where you can see your WiFi connection, simply disable the WiFi, and ensure that it remains that way for the duration of the time we will be exploiting the shift codes in Tiny Tina Wonderlands

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift Codes
Visit Network Settings

For the Xbox and Playstation players, once you have logged into your account, go over to the main menu, then settings, drag your joystick down to General, from where you will come across an option called “Network Settings.” Go ahead and click on it; from there, there will be several options, amongst which one will be “Go Offline” click on that, and from there, you have been disconnected. 

Wonderlands Offline Option Console
Wonderlands Offline Option Console

After disconnecting, you want to make sure that you do NOT turn it back on; instead, go back into the game, go back to your mail, and then redeem the code/ skeleton key. From here, you want to instantly exit to the main menu of the Game, which will redirect you to the loading screen, and from the main menu, click on Continue Game which will lead you back into your game from where you left off. 

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands Shift Codes
Wonderland Mailbox

Once you are back in the game, go ahead and click on the main menu, then Social, and then go to “Mail,” Through this glitch, all players can see that Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Shift Codes are still available in the mail! From here on out, players can reclaim the key however many times their heart desires. 

The only downside to this method is that it is pretty time-consuming, meaning you would have to log out and log in, again and again, to claim the key once. Once you have managed to redeem the keys as much as you want, go back into your PC or Console’s main settings and reconnect to the Internet. 

Once you log in to the Game again, you’ll see the code again in the mail, which you can collect one final time before the code disappears from your mailbox. You might want to look into Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands Best Starting Class if you want to become a stronger player. 

Mina Anwar

Mina is a Gacha games guides writer at Exputer with years of writing experience. When she is away from work, Mina can be found venturing through Mondtstat and Liyue, a place she calls her second home.