Animal Crossing New Horizons has proven to be a constant source of entertainment all throughout 2020, thanks in no small part to the free seasonal updates Nintendo has been pushing out for it. 2021 has just started, and the developers are certainly committed to continuing to support the game with new events and more updates. Here’s how to get all Festivale items in Animal Crossing New Horizons.
Getting All Festivale Items in Animal Crossing New Horizons
While the Festivale event itself is time-locked and won’t be available till Feb. 15, you can still purchase event related items and clothing before then. Starting on Feb. 1, you’ll be able to purchase new furniture from Nook’s Cranny. Do note that you have until the 15th to purchase all of the new items, so you’ll definitely want to log in daily in February.
Here’s a list of all the items available for purchase, along with how much they’ll cost you:
- Drum: 2,100 Bells
- Lamp: 1,500 Bells
- Parasol: 2,500 Bells
- Balloon Lamp: 4,000 Bells
- Flag: 1,300 Bells
- Confetti Machine: 5,000 Bells
- Stall: 3,000 Bells
- Garland: 4,000 Bells
- Stage: 6,000 Bells
In addition to that, all of these items also come in different colors. They’re available in blue, green, and purple. However, there is a catch. Your island will only have one color variation available for sale for the furniture sets. This means that if you want a different color, you’ll need to trade with other players or visit their islands and check out their Nook’s Cranny.
Aside from that, it’s likely that once the event starts on the 15th, there will be additional items you can get from Pave as well. We’ll update this article with more information on any event-exclusive items that might be available on that date.
That’s all you need to know about how to get all Festivale items in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.
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