How To Get Infinite Money In The Sims 4

Nothing makes me lose interest in a Sims game as quickly as suddenly having access to mountains of cash, so I shall not be taking advantage of the game’s built-in infinite cash cheat code. The rest of you may read/watch on.

IGN put together this handy video to explain how to enhance your Sims life with free real estate and all the simoleons you need to deck it out in virtual bling. It all starts with opening the command drop down box by hitting CTRL-SHIFT-C — not the squiggly little tilde key as in games past.

From there you’ve got several commands you can enter:

  • “FreeRealEstate On” — all houses are free
  • “Kaching” or “Rosebud” — gives you $US1,000
  • “Motherlode” — gives you $US50,000

The money codes can be entered as many times as you’d like. Your Sim will never have to work again. Of course the working is part of the fun, so keep that in mind before you go entering these or any of IGN’s other cheat codes for The Sims 4.


  • I don’t want to be a jerk, but I don’t know that this had to be an article here, or a video on IGN. Kaching and Motherlode have been around since the first Sims! Also, Google :/

  • It is a cheat, unless you want you created sim to be rich right off the bat, there is no need to use it especially if it ruins your fun. I played the sims 2 and I only used it before the nightlife pack launched as I didn’t want everyone in the same houses. At the end of the day, its a cheat and is 100% optional.

  • I love the Sims. However when my girlfriend plays she ‘always’ uses money cheats. So when I tell her I have been promoted to the highest rank in business and start buying up shops, having meetings etc and show her the mansion I can finally afford, she just brushes it off. In a way though it keeps me playing this game just to show her it is indeed possible to have all that extravagant stuff without ‘rosebud,!,!,!,!,!,!,!,!,!,!,!,!’

  • I’m happy to be corrected if I’m wrong, but wasn’t the command for opening the cheats box Control-Shift-C in the Sims 2 and 3. And I think it was Control-Alt-Shift-C in the Sims 1.

    I don’t remember ever using the tilde key for the cheat box.

  • The main cheat I like for the Sims is turning off aging. I like to build one Sim up before starting a family and developing it over generations.

    I guess I’m sort of missing the part of the point of the Sims.

    • Not at all! Sometimes you get your adult Sim super babin’ and don’t want something like aging ruining it! Haha, I turn my off almost all the time.

    • I actually play Sims like you dood. Getting all those life experience down before settling down and having a baby 😛 you don’t want a toddler while you’re a grandpa now would you? Haha

  • Nothing makes me lose interest in a Sims game as quickly as suddenly having access to mountains of cash
    If only that applied to real life 🙂

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