Free Twitch Bits – How to Get Them

There’re 4 ways to support your favorite streamers on Twitch: tired subscriptions, Twitch prime subscription, real-money donations, and using Bits to Cheer.

If you don’t feel like spending real money on Twitch, you may be interested in getting free bits. Here in this post, we’ll show you 2 methods to land you some freebies! Read on and find out what they are…

What are Bits on Twitch

Bits are a virtual currency that you can use to support content creators on Twitch. When you use bits on a channel, the streamer will earn $0.01 for every Bit you used to cheer.

Generally, you can purchase bits via Amazon Payments and PayPal. But the good news is there’re also ways to get bits free of charge!

Option 1 – Complete Survey on Twitch RPG

Twitch has a survey system called Twitch RPG (Twitch Research Power Group) through which Twitch can present users questions about the platform, and improve the overall user experience with feedback.

After you complete a survey, you will be rewarded with 500 bits (sometimes less, sometimes more depending on the type of survey you receive). You can see how many bits you will receive for surveying before you start.

To claim free bits through this, all you need to do is to visit the TwitchRPG page, sign up for it, and taking surveys!

Option 2 – Watch Ads on Twitch

Another way to earn free bits is by watching ads on Twitch. But depending on where you live, you may not have the option to earn Bits from this. This is because advertisers will choose which area their Ads are shown and exclude certain locations. In this case, you might find the Watch Ads button grayed out.

To collect bits through watching ads, you need to find the Get Bits button after you enter a channel you followed. Click the button and you’ll be prompted “Get 5 or more bits by watching short ads”.

Each ad will take 30 seconds to watch. In most cases, you’ll be rewarded with earn around 5 or 10 free Bits, but some ads can reward between 50 and 100 Bits. You can view ads on both desktop and mobile devices. Just make sure you disable any Ad-blocking software or extensions.

Hopefully, this post helped you gain some free bits on Twitch! Feel free to leave a comment below if you have any questions or suggestions.

By Ellie Zhuang

Content crafter at Super Easy. Ellie is a foodie at heart who also happens to be an extreme couponer. She enjoys discovering new and helpful coupon tips and tricks. In addition to writing for Super Easy, she also posts technical guides, tips, and how-tos at Driver Easy.

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