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What are Webkinz secret codes?

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Webkinz secret codes are special alphanumeric sequences found on tags accompanying the retail toys. Purchasers of the stuffed animals can enter the code on the Webkinz website to gain a digital version of that individual pet in the online game Webkinz World.

This virtual game world allows players from around the world to interact, adopt pets and purchase in-game items with virtual money. While a Webkinz account is only good for one year, purchasing and registering a new pet extends the account's membership for another year. Ganz, the creator of Webkinz, makes a variety of other toys that can be registered with the account and used in-game.


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