In Animal Crossing: A New Way to Make Money from rsdean's blog

I want to earn bells in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which is something all players must know.

If you have enough bells on hand, buying enough carrots from Daisy Mae, which will only appear on Sundays, is a good investment. The risk you need to be aware of is that you must sell the carrots you bought before the next Sunday. Radishes that exceed the inventory will be placed on the ground and in the house. They only have a one-week shelf life, and you will lose money. However, Timmy and Tommy need a lot of carrots at noon and midnight at the Cranny store in Nook, and you can also sell them to other people on the island who need them. If your ability and luck are good, you may get a huge return.

Do you like adventure? It is also profitable to catch tarantulas and scorpions. The eggs of poisonous spiders and scorpions on Tarantula Island can be sold for 8,000 bells each, and you can choose to become a hunter. If you want to be a gardener, catching annoying wasps is also a good way. Each wasp costs 8,000 bells. In addition, you can plant bells into the glowing holes on your island, and a bell tree that matures in five days will give you several times the bell revenue. But you can only grow up to 10,000 bells at a time. Although you can easily get 1,000 bells by digging these holes, the return rate of planting is greater. Plant fruit trees on other islands and sell mature non-local fruits to Timmy and Tommy. You can get 500 bells for each fruit.

Hit the rocks during the day and you can get up to 16,000 bells. Looking for an elf at night is also one of the ways to get bells. Of course, if you can get those expensive items or tickets, it is also a good choice. Maybe someday they will be the hot spot in the Nook Cranny store. You can even double the income by selling them. So pay attention to some hot topics, discounted items and tickets, cheap ACNH Bells should all be purchased in time. The next bells rich is you.

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By rsdean
Added Dec 17 '20

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