Ruby

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This article is about the currency in Mario Kart Tour. For the gemstones from the Luigi's Mansion series, see Stone (Luigi's Mansion) and Gemstone § Rubies (Old Clockworks). For the character from Super Paper Mario, see Ruby (character). For the treasure from Wario World, see Greenhorn Forest § Treasures.
Not to be confused with Rubee.
Ruby
MKT Icon Ruby.png
Description
A red gemstone with a question mark

First appearance

Mario Kart Tour (2019)

Effect on player

Used to summon new drivers and parts and play Coin Rush
A single ruby

Rubies are the premium currency in Mario Kart Tour mainly used to summon new drivers, karts, and gliders from the pipe. Five are required to fire it one time, although 45 can be spent to fire 10 at once. If the player does not have any or enough Coin Rush tickets, rubies can be spent to play Coin Rush, with 5 rubies multiplying the coin count by 2, 15 by 6, and 25 by 10. In addition to being purchasable with real money, rubies are obtainable in-game through Tour Gifts, by completing the game's standard challenges, as an occasional daily reward, and as a reward for reaching certain levels.

Pricing[edit]

Number of rubies Cost
Japan North America Europe Oceania
3 JP¥240 US$1.99 €2.99 AU$2.99
10
(9 + 1 bonus)
JP¥720 US$5.99 €6.99 AU$9.99
23
(20 + 3 bonus)
JP¥1,600 US$12.99 €13.99 AU$19.99
48
(40 + 8 bonus)
JP¥3,200 US$26.99 €29.99 AU$41.99
93
(75 + 18 bonus)
JP¥6,000 US$49.99 €54.99 AU$79.99
135
(105 + 30 bonus)
JP¥8,400 US$69.99 €74.99 AU$109.99

In-game description[edit]

"You can use these to fire off the pipe or play Coin Rush."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ルビー
Rubī
Ruby
Spanish Rubí Ruby
German Rubin Ruby
Italian Rubino Ruby
Portuguese Rubi Ruby
Chinese (Simplified) 红宝石
Hóngbǎoshí
Ruby
Chinese (Traditional) 紅寶石
Hóngbǎoshí
Ruby