If you just want to explore Second Life, you can do it for free. A basic membership costs nothing and allows you to create an avatar and look around the world. You can have your own private home, virtual goods and exclusive areas if you upgrade to a premium membership, which costs $11.99 a month.
Does it cost money to play Second Life?
First of all, Second Life is totally free. It will only cost you real dough if you decide to own or rent land or if you want in-game money to shop with. You can literally log in with a free account, make something wonderful in a community sandbox (an area that allows for temporary projects at no charge), and sell it.
How do you join Second Life?
0:033:11How To Get Started in Second Life - New User Tutorial - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipAnd click the join free button you want to choose a unique username which your Second Life friendsMoreAnd click the join free button you want to choose a unique username which your Second Life friends will know you as make sure to enter a valid email address fill out the rest of the form.
Can you make real money from Second Life?
Residents of Second Life can make clothing and build other virtual objects, buying and selling products using Linden dollars. And the Linden dollars arent mere Monopoly money: they can be traded for U.S. dollars on an exchange called the Lindex, at a rate of about US$1 to L$270.
How do you get rich in Second Life?
Here are some of the more popular (not the only) ways to make L$ in Second Life:Receive your weekly Premium Account stipend - Learn more.Buy L$ on LindeX.Play linden earning games - Land owners enable players to earn linden by hunting for coins and gems, fishing and other games.More items •6 Apr 2015