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Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Get Bells (Money) Fast


Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: How to Get Bells (Money) Fast

How to Get Bells Fast in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will have you earning Bells in order to pay your way and ensure your camp is as good as it can be. Here’s a quick guide on some of the best ways to earn Bells throughout your adventures in Pocket Camp.

The quickest way is completing your daily tasks and picking up everything you can see along the way. Fishing or dropping the fishing net can result in some nice catches that can be sold to villagers, be they fish or otherwise. Trees are also a good source of fruit and you can shake them for their produce once every few hours (a timer will appear above the tree once you shake it, giving you an idea as to when more fruit will become available). You can then turn them into the various villagers for rewards, which might also include items you can sell on later if you don’t want them.

When you first enter your campsite, you’ll have a few pieces of furniture on display depending on the style of site you chose at the start of the game. You can, if you’re keen to change things up straight away, sell those items on for Bells and purchase new items in their place. There’s no real need to do that straight away however, since most of the nicer items are locked until you level up.

The Shovelstrike Quarry is also a good source of Bells. Bring up your map and you should see it listed (it normally appears on the top left). Just remember, you’ll need either five players or 20 Leaf Tickets to enter the Quarry and the reset time is fairly long, but if you do enter, you should be able to find a good source of precious minerals that can be turned in for a healthy helping of Bells.

Another way you can make some quick Bells is listing items for sale at your campsite. Tap the ‘More’ button on the bottom right of the main screen and tap ‘Market Box.’ Here you can choose to put up any items you have in your inventory up for sale, from fruit to crabs and so on, and give each box a title so you know what’s in each one. From there, visitors to your campsite may purchase items from those boxes over time. Keep on exploring each day to top up your boxes, and soon you’ll have so much you won’t know what to do with them.

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Mark Isaacson

Freelance writer out of Perth, Western Australia and avid Chocolate enthusiast, with a love for Nintendo that will never die (yes, even THAT movie).
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