Buying and selling turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is one of the easiest ways to get a ton of Bells incredibly quickly. Buy low and sell high is the aim of the game, and the more turnips you buy, the bigger your profit once you come to sell. The problem is, storing turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can be a real pain, as they come in stacks of 100 and you’re likely going to be buying somewhere in the 1000s. Here’s how to store turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Storing Turnips in Animal Crossing New Horizons
While it’s possible to just store turnips by carrying them around in your Pockets (inventory) all day, it’s not the most practical thing if you’re wanting to carry anything else. Buying 1,000 Turnips would fill up 10 of your inventory slots, severely limiting the amount of fish, fruit, fossils, insects, or anything else you want to carry.
The best way to store turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is to simply put them on the floor in your house. You can drop them anywhere and they’ll be fine. They won’t go rotten or be eaten by insects, so they’ll be safe and sound.
Keep in mind, though, that you can store turnips with either of the above methods and they won’t stop them from rotting after a week. This is just a part of the turnips mechanic, forcing you to sell within the space of one week, as opposed to just holding onto them for weeks until the perfect selling price comes along.
That’s all you need to know on how to store turnips in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You can head over to our wiki for more tips, tricks, and guides. Alternatively, you can search for Twinfinite, or check out more of our coverage below.
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