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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Get Leaf Tickets & What They Do


Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Get Leaf Tickets & What They Do

How to Get Leaf Tickets in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp gives you numerous options to buy items and upgrades to keep your camp in tip top shape. Outside of spending Bells along the way, you can also use Leaf Tickets. Here’s a quick guide on the various ways to get Leaf Tickets and what they do within the game.

First up, a disclaimer: Leaf Tickets are entirely optional. There are certain items and bonuses that you can only get by using Leaf Tickets to purchase them, but it isn’t a requirement towards your enjoyment of the game. There are a few other things they can be used for, including the ability to speed up times for crafting new items, so there are benefits to having some available depending on what you wish to achieve in Pocket Camp. Luckily, finding Leaf Tickets isn’t a difficult task.

You can attain these tickets by completing Timed or Stretch Goals, which you can find by clicking on the Isabelle icon on the right side of the screen in Pocket Camp. You’ll find all the current available goals (such as collecting a certain number of bugs or fish, or having people visit your camp) and what you’ll win by completing them, which generally includes a healthy sum of Leaf Tickets for your purchasing pleasure. Timed Goals are only available for a certain amount of time, so be sure to check back in every day for something new to play for. Also be sure to also explore the sites on the map and meet everyone you can, you might randomly receive Leaf Tickets by just cruising around if you’re lucky.

You can also purchase these tickets directly. Tap on the Leaf Ticket icon at the top of the main screen and you’ll get the option of purchasing various quantities of tokens for real currency. You’ll need a valid bank card or available credit on your mobile account to do so, but please purchase responsibly or ask an adult for permission if you’re underage.

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