How much is the lion worth on TikTok?

Georgina Smith
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TikTok users can give their favorite content creators donations in the form of gifts, including things such as the lion — but how much is the lion worth on TikTok? Here’s everything to know.

Like many other social media platforms, TikTok has its own live-streaming feature, allowing users who meet certain requirements to go live from their accounts and interact with viewers in real-time.

TikTok also has its own donation system which allows users to send their favorite creators real money in the form of ‘gifts’ which can be bought with TikTok coins.

Each virtual gift costs a different amount of coins, so naturally, if you want to donate more money to a specific creator, you would send them a more expensive gift.

The lion is just one of the many gifts that you are able to send people on the app, but how much is it worth?

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How much is the lion worth on TikTok?

On TikTok, the lion gift costs 29,999 coins, which equates to about $400 US dollars.

While many of the gifts you can send people on TikTok are relatively cheap, the lion is one of the more expensive ones, so if you see this pop up in a live stream you are watching or hosting, you’ll know someone has donated a considerable amount of money.

If you want to donate a gift to someone on TikTok (whether that’s the lion or a much smaller gift like the rose) you’ll need to first purchase TikTok coins using real money.

To do this, go to your profile, click on the three lines, then go to ‘Settings and privacy.’ Then, click on the ‘Balance’ tab, and tap ‘Recharge’ next to your balance.

If you want to learn more about how to use TikTok, you can check out our other guides here:

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About The Author

Georgina was formerly an entertainment writer for Dexerto. She covered all aspects of influencer culture on TikTok and more, including creators such as Charli D’Amelio and Addison Rae. She also wrote about hit reality shows such as Love Island and Below Deck.