Money in Call of Duty: Warzone is pretty important. Unlike in other Battle Royale games where you have to make do with scavenging whatever you run into, Warzone allows the purchasing of upgrades and killstreaks with cash, and these can seriously affect how the battle goes. So here's how you can best find and use the cash in the game.

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Cash is king in Call of Duty: Warzone since it can buy you different ways to win a game

The first way to get cash is to scrounge for it inside buildings throughout Verdansk. Money is located across all the rooms in smaller bundles. The larger bundles are placed inside bags or supply boxes. Finding cash this way requires that you have a keen eye since it's pretty to miss them during firefights.

The second way is pretty straightforward, killing other players and looting your coveted cash from their bodies. It's straightforward because this is a Battle Royale FPS game and that is what you do. But it doesn't make it easy, not at all. Although, killing and looting other players always guarantee extra cash.

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Be on the lookout for supply boxes as they can contain loads of cash

The final way to earn money is done via contracts. These are mini-missions that are found throughout Verdansk, which pay off pretty well if you can complete them. You can see them marked on the map with a magnifying glass icon and tell you where you need to go. Either kill another player, recon an area or loot a supply box, and you get your payday.

Call of Duty: Warzone Buy Station

After you've earned enough cash, it's time to spend it at a Buy Station. Here are the options for upgrades, consumables and killstreaks you can buy:

  • Armor Plate Bundle - $1500
  • Shield Turret - $2000
  • Cluster Strike - $3000
  • Gas Mask - $3000
  • Precision Airstrike - $3500
  • UAV - $4000
  • Self-Revive Kit - $4500
  • Munitions Box - $5000
  • Loadout Drop Marker - $6000
  • Teammate Redeployment - $4500 (per player)

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Find a Buy Station like one of these to spend your moolahs

Loadout Drop Marker is the most expensive but ensures you have the perfect loadout for the kind of playstyle you have. Armor always comes in handy if you are short on cash. Meanwhile, a Precision Airstrike can get you out of rough patches quickly. Self-Revive Kit is good to have but at close-range combat where enemies can finish you off, it's not recommended.

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