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Animal Crossing New Horizons: All Shell Sell Prices

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Animal Crossing New Horizons: All Shell Sell Prices

A lot of your time in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is going to be filled with trying to get as many Bells as you possibly can by any means possible. Be it fishing, bug catching, selling fossils, fruit, or even shells you find on the sandy beaches of your island. Shells don’t sell for a massive amount, but collecting them all up off your shores each day can quickly rack up the Bells. Here are all shell prices in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

All Shell Prices in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

There are 12 different shells you can pick up in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These are all listed below, alongside their sell prices to Timmy and Tommy at Nook’s Cranny.

ShellSell Price (Bells)
Giant Clam900
Oyster Shell450
Pearl Oyster1,200
Sand Dollar120
Sea Snail180
Scallop Shell600
Venus Comb300
White Scallop450

Keep in mind that if you sell shells via the Drop-Off Box in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the Nook brothers will take a 20% fee from the total sell value for the convenience. Any Bells from the things you sell at the Drop-Off Box will be added immediately to your Bank Account.

Whether or not you want to pick up some like the Cowrie or Porceletta is up to you considering their low sell prices. However, if you’ve got a spare few minutes, you can quickly pick up all the shells on your beaches and sell them before carrying on with whatever else you were doing.

Do Shells Respawn?

Yes, shells will frequently wash up on your shores in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, even multiple times in a day.

Be sure to keep checking your beaches throughout a day for a constant, albeit minor stream of income.

That’s everything you need to know about Animal Crossing: New Horizons Shell prices. Head over to our wiki for more guides, search for Twinfinite for all your video game needs, or check out even more of our coverage on the game below.

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