Are you looking for ways to increase your Snapchat score?
In this guide, you’ll learn how to increase your Snap score fast (with pictures).
This guide has helped tons of Snapchat users increase their Snap Score by hundreds, if not thousands.
By the end of this guide, you should be able to apply these steps right away to get your desired Snap Score.
How to Increase Your Snapchat Score
To increase your Snapchat score, open Snapchat, tap on the search bar, subscribe to several popular snap stars, and keep sending them snaps until you reach your desired score.
By using this method, you can increase your snap score fast without having to spam your friends.
Here’s how to increase your Snapchat score:
- Check your Snapchat score
- Tap on the search bar
- Add Popular Snap Stars
- Snap a picture
- Send the picture to the Popular Snap Stars
- Snap another picture
- Send the picture to “Last Snap”
- Check your Snapchat Score again
- Rinse & repeat
1. Check your Snapchat score
Firstly, you need to check your initial Snapchat score.
Open Snapchat and tap on your profile picture (at the top-left corner of the screen).
The number that appears below your name (in the rectangle box) is your Snapchat Score.
In this case, my initial Snapchat Score is 385.
You need to check your initial Snapchat Score as you’ll want to compare it later with your new score after you’ve completed all the steps.
Otherwise, you won’t be able to tell whether the method is working.
Let’s see whether I can bring the score up in the next steps.
2. Tap on the search bar
Next, tap on the search bar located at the top navigation bar.
The search bar is located at the top of every screen, so you won’t have any trouble finding it.
After you’ve tapped on search, you’ll land on a page with multiple sections.
There are 8 sections in total on the search page—Recents, Games & Minis, Quick Add, Popular Snap Stars, Trending Lenses, Popular Games, Popular Shows, and Top Publishers.
You’ll really only need to care about one of those sections.
Move on to the next step to find out which.
3. Add Popular Snap Stars
Once you’re at the search page, scroll down and find the section called, “Popular Snap Stars”.
This section contains the most popular users on Snapchat, also known as “Snap Stars”.
The “Popular Snap Stars” section usually contains a list of well-known celebrities.
In addition, the “Gold Star” indicates that the person is verified on Snapchat.
Once you’re at the “Popular Snap Stars” section, go ahead and subscribe to everyone on the list.
This will add them as a friend on Snapchat so that you can start sending them snaps.
Adding celebrities on Snapchat is a great way to increase your Snap Score.
Celebrities receive a ton of snaps from random people, so sending them snaps wouldn’t make a difference.
The reason why you’ll want to add celebrities is that they usually won’t add you back.
These celebrities receive snaps every single day from random people, so sending snaps to them wouldn’t make any difference.
On the other hand, if you were to send multiple snaps to a normal person, they’d probably block you for spam.
Unless you have a friend that is willing to cooperate, you shouldn’t spam them with snaps.
4. Snap a picture
After you’ve subscribed to a few “Snap Stars”, go ahead and snap a random picture.
You can do so by tapping on the “Circle” icon.
You can cover your camera if you don’t want people snooping on your surroundings.
To do that, you can place your phone on a flat surface and tap on the “Circle” icon.
After you’ve taken a picture, proceed to the next step.
5. Send the picture to the Popular Snap Stars
Once you’ve taken a picture, tap on the “Arrow” icon at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
This will bring you to a page where you can choose who to send your snap to.
Once you’ve subscribed to a “Snap Star” from step #3, you’ll be able to send them a snap.
The “Snap Stars” that you’ve recently subscribed to will be located under the “Recents” section.
The general idea is to send multiple snaps to all the “Snap Stars” that you’ve just subscribed to.
Under the “Recents” section, you’ll want to tap on all the “Snap Stars” that you’ve just subscribed to.
Then, tap on the “Arrow” icon on the bottom-right of the screen to send the snap to them.
Make sure to check that you didn’t accidentally tap on the wrong users (e.g. close friends).
6. Snap another picture
After you’ve sent your snap to the “Snap Stars” that you’ve just subscribed to, go ahead and snap another picture.
Snapping more than one picture will dramatically increase your snap score.
At the end of the day, your Snapchat Score is increased by the number of snaps you’ve sent to others.
So the more snaps you send, the higher your Snapchat score will be.
7. Send the picture to “Last Snap”
After you’ve snapped another picture, tap on the “arrow” icon on the bottom-right of the screen.
Then, tap on “Last Snap” which is located under “Recents”.
The “Last Snap” feature gives you the ability to send a snap to people you’ve previously snapped.
The “Last Snap” feature allows you to send a snap to the list of people that you’ve previously snapped.
This means that you can repeatedly send snaps to the group of “Snap Stars” that you’ve recently subscribed to by using the “Last Snap” feature.
By using the “Last Snap” feature, you don’t have to manually select the users that you want to send your snap to, which will make the process much easier.
8. Check your Snapchat Score again
Lastly, navigate to your profile again and check your Snapchat Score.
Do note that you may have to reload Snapchat for your score to be updated.
You can do so by force closing the app and opening it again.
Starting Snapchat Score: 385
Snapchat Score at the end: 399
If you remembered, my Snapchat Score at the beginning was 385.
Now, my Snapchat Score is 399 which is an increase of 14.
Keep in mind that in this guide, I’ve only sent two consecutive snaps to 7 users.
If you want to massively increase your Snapchat Score, you can subscribe to a lot more “Snap Stars” (e.g. 50).
Then send a snap to 50 of those “Snap Stars” that you’ve subscribed to.
Each time you send a snap to them, your Snapchat Score will be increased by 50.
9. Rinse & repeat
Keep repeating steps #4 to #7 until you get your desired Snapchat Score.
The more “Snap Stars” you’re subscribed to, the more snaps you can send at one go.
For instance, if you’re subscribed to 50 “Snap Stars”, you can only send 50 snaps each time.
However, if you’re subscribed to 100 “Snap Stars”, you can send 100 snaps each time.
This will increase your snap score by 100 whenever you send a snap to your “Last Snap”.
If you’re hoping to increase your snap score by 1,000, you need to repeat the process 20 times if you’re subscribed to 50 “Snap Stars”.
How do you get your score higher on Snapchat?
To get your score higher on Snapchat, you need to send more snaps to others.
Your Snapchat score goes up when you send a snap to others.
So the more snaps you send to others, the higher your score will be.
Taking more pictures/videos directly from Snapchat and sending it to your friends/celebrities will increase your score.
However, sending messages does not increase your Snapchat Score, so you can try avoiding it.
How do you get your snap score up 1000?
To get your snapchat up by 1,000, you can subscribe to 100 “Snap Stars” and send all of them 10 consecutive snaps.
You can do so by tapping on the search bar, scroll down to “Snap Stars” and subscribing to the users in the list.
You can also search for the usernames/names of random celebrities and subscribe to them.
Do this until you’ve subscribed to 50 or 100 celebrities.
If you’re subscribed to 50 celebrities, you’ll need to send them 20 consecutive snaps to increase your Snapchat Score by 1,000.
On the other hand, if you’re subscribed to 100 celebrities, you’ll need to send them 10 consecutive snaps to increase your Snapchat Score by 1,000.
Can you Snapchat yourself to increase your score?
Yes, you can Snapchat yourself to increase your score.
You can do so by searching for your username on Snapchat and adding yourself.
After you’ve added yourself on Snapchat, you can send multiple snaps to yourself to increase your score.