How to Get Diamonds in My Singing Monsters

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Diamonds are an important currency in the free-to-play game My Singing Monsters. This guide will show players how to get more of the Diamonds and what they can be used for within the game.

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How to Get More Diamonds in My Singing Monsters

The easiest way to get Diamonds in My Singing Monsters is to purchase more with real money. These in-app purchases ensure that you get a large number of them instantly. They come in five different packs at these prices:

  • Bucket of Diamonds – 105 Diamonds for $4.99
  • Treasure Chest – 220 Diamonds for $9.99
  • Cart of Diamonds – 560 Diamonds for $24.99
  • Diamond Dumpster – 1,200 Diamonds for $49.99
  • Vault of Diamonds – 3,000 Diamonds for $99.99

There are other methods to get Diamonds without spending money, but you will receive much less than simply buying them. They can be earned as rewards for completing Goals, Tribal Island Goals, having a Top Ten Island, some Colossal Conundra pieces, the Memory Game, the Mini-Mine or Maximum Mine, and reaching certain ranks in Versus mode.

Players can also receive them as gifts by chance through the Mailbox, logging in on consecutive days, and the Spin Wheel. Diamonds can be earned outside the game by sharing achievements on social networks and adding friends for the first time.

What Are Diamonds Used for in My Singing Monsters?

Diamonds are a premium currency in My Singing Monsters, and can be spent on many items and modes in the game. The most basic option is to spend Diamonds on speeding up timers for breeding, upgrading, removing obstacles, evolution, and more.

Meanwhile, they can be used to buy Hybrid or other monsters, Relics, other in-game currencies, some islands, costumes, and various structure upgrades. Diamonds can also be spent on extra Memory game tickets, Nursery tickets, Versus matches, and spins at the Spin Wheel once the free spin has been used.

For more on My Singing Monsters, please check out our guide on how to breed a Hyehehe in the game.

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