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Diamonds are a secondary base Currency in Habbo. Diamonds were previously released on September 28, 2012, being earned by buying Credits. They were originally only able to be used to buy Diamond Rares during the Diamonds promotion. Diamonds were also re-released on November 25, 2012, for another promotion.

On June 17, 2014, Staff announced via a news article that Diamonds were replacing Loyalty Points as the new Credit Buying Scheme currency.[1]

History[edit | edit source]

Diamonds were originally released on September 28, 2012, during the Diamonds promotion. You were originally able to get them by buying Credits. For every five Credits you bought, you received one Diamond. These were able to be used to purchase special Diamond Rares.

Diamonds were then soon re-released on November 25, 2012. This time, for every Coin you bought, you received a Diamond. Also new with this re-release was that Diamonds were able to be exchanged for more Credits (Bronze Coins, Sacks, Gold Bars, etc).

Diamonds Replacing Loyalty Points[edit | edit source]

On June 17, 2014, Habbo Staff announced via a news article that coinciding with the release of Habbo for iPad, Loyalty Points were being replaced by Diamonds. The replacement brought along a new line of Diamond Rewards that consisted of high-quality pixel art to stand for Diamonds being deemed valuable, and new exchangeable furniture that can be redeemed for Credits.

Like the previous re-release on November 25, 2012, you earn 1 Diamond for every Credit bought. And if you buy 120 Credits in one month, you get an extra 120 Diamonds.[2][3]

Limited Edition Rares[edit | edit source]

To help promote the new Diamond currency, a set of Limited Edition rare Habberge Eggs were released. They were meant to go along with the feeling of high expense and luxury, since Diamonds are considered valuable in real life.

References[edit | edit source]

Promotional Content