Animal Crossing: New Horizons has become one of the most popular Nintendo games and with good reason. With its bright and cheerful aesthetic and charming characters, it’s easy to get lost in the game’s relaxing atmosphere. One of the things that makes Animal Crossing such an immersive experience is its currency system—bells, Nook Miles, and money. Players can use these resources to upgrade their island, purchase items from shops, or simply enjoy watching their savings grow. While some players may find it daunting to try and amass these funds quickly, this article will provide a comprehensive guide on how to make bells fast and explain how Nook Miles and money work.
Bells are Animal Crossing’s main form of currency. They can be used to purchase furniture and clothes from retailers like Nook’s Cranny or Trash Drop Shop, as well as acquiring music from K.K. Slider’s concerts. Players start off with a modest amount of bells but if they want to fast-track their progress they’ll need to get creative with earning their fortune. One way players can make bells quickly is by selling turnips at Nook’s Cranny or Daisy Mae for a profit – this means purchasing turnips in bulk when they’re offered at a low price from Daisy Mae on Sunday mornings then reselling them later in the week when prices have increased.
Additionally, some players have had success selling stacks of discarded items found around the islands like weeds or furniture at high prices – this requires patience but can prove lucrative over time if done properly.
Nook Miles Explained
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons, miles are accrued for completing certain tasks such as catching fish or bugs, donating fossils to Blathers