How To Become A Millionaire In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

How To Become A Millionaire In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

If you've been playing Animal Crossing, you've, probably upgraded your house a few times and unlocked bridges and slopes, but all of those modifications are going to cost you a lot here are three methods that can make you a millionaire and Animal Crossing new horizons, peacock butterflies. So the idea behind this method is to get lots of peacock butterflies to spawn on your Island and sell them to Timmy and Tommy. They sell for 2500 bells apiece or for 3752 Flik if you've been playing New Horizons for a while, and you haven't seen peacock butterflies, that's because you don't have any black, blue or purple flowers on your Island. I have been using black tulips, which you can get by crossbreeding to red tulips, but any dark flower will do once you've grown a few dark flowers start putting together flower patches in close vicinity. Within a couple minutes. You should start seeing peacock butterfly spawn and the more flowers you have on your Island. The more will show up now. I will admit I don't have the best setup here. A lot of my flower patches are far apart and separated by rivers due to construction, but if you have a good number of patches set up near each other, you should be able to fill your pockets with these butterflies fairly quickly. One thing I should point out is that peacock butterflies aren't available all year and you can only catch them during the day. So, if you're trying to catch them early in the morning or late at night, you'll just be wasting your time. Tarantula island you've probably heard of tarantula island. By now, if you haven't, the concept is simple head to a deserted island after 7:00 p.m.

Pick all the weeds pick all the flowers cut down the trees into sterile. The rocks for good measure then dump all your resources you've collected on the beach once you've dismantled the poor island tarantulas should start spawning every few minutes. The idea behind this method is that by clearing everything off the island, bugs that would normally spawn on trees or buy flowers can't this means that only tarantulas can spawn once you've filled your pockets with tarantulas, a terrifying thought. I know head back to your island and sell them to Timmy and Tommy for eight thousand each or, if you're, lucky, to flick for twelve thousand the stock market. The mantra you got to spend money to make money is also true in Animal Crossing. The stock market is one of the best, but also riskiest ways to accrue a small fortune in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Every Sunday until noon, Daisy May will visit your Island and sell you turnips. Her prices usually hover around a hundred bells for 10 turnips. If you find her prices reasonable, you want to buy as many turnips as you possibly can and wait every day once in the morning and once in the afternoon, check with Timmy and Tommy to see how much they are buying turnips for their prices usually follow. One of a few patterns either they'll start low and spike towards the middle or end of the week. They'Ll keep dropping all week with no increase or they'll be totally random for the spike patterns. They'Ll start by dropping price by a few bells each time and then you'll see a big increase, followed by at least one more increased price, at which point you should sell. If your prices don't follow this trend, then you probably have one of the worst price patterns. Obviously, the goal here is to make a bit of a profit, so it's a good idea to check your friends prices if yours aren't looking good in fact, I'd check with them as often as possible, who knows their town might be buying turnips for a lot of Bells these are some of the most efficient ways to earn lots of money. We found in Animal Crossing new horizons to maximize your profit. We recommend, mixing and matching these strategies and if you have a method or two you'd like to share, please leave it in the comments below and be sure to check out our other Animal Crossing videos here on YouTube. Thank you. So much for watching