Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Bells and Leaf Tickets Guide - How to Earn Bells and Leaf Tickets Quickly

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Bells and Leaf Tickets Guide - How to Earn Bells and Leaf Tickets Quickly

This Animal Crossing Pocket Camp guide will give you all the tips and tricks you need. Our beginner's guide includes the best ways to earn bells and leaf tickets, fishing, unlocking all Animals and Characters, sending gifts, the Holiday Event, KK Slider question, and how to get all the villagers and learn their resources and themes.

In Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, you're going to be needing quite a few Bells and Leaf Tickets, if you want to venture into the furthest reaches of the game. In this Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Bells and Leaf Tickets guide, we'll be walking you through the best methods to earn both forms of currency as quickly as possible.

Fore more help with Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, check out our Animal Crossing Pocket Camp guide hub. It’s full of really useful information to help you get on your way in the game.

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp - How to Earn Bells and Leaf Tickets Quickly

It wouldn't be an Animal Crossing game without bells. But since this is a free-to-play mobile game too, a new currency joins the series too: leaf tickets. (Essentially, this is Animal Crossing's clever way of saying "dolla dolla bills y'all.") Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Leaf Tickets are the game's more premium currency. Technically, you can pay real money to get them, but there's other ways to get leaf tickets too.

The best ways to make any sort of currency—whether it’s things for crafting, bells, and leaf tickets, is by fulfilling requests from your local animal neighbors. They usually ask if you have a specific thing, like a pear, and you bring it to them. In turn, you're given all sorts of goodies as a sign of your good service. Eventually, you'll be able to befriend the critter and invite them to your own campsite, where they offer you more requests.

One excellent way of scavenging for items quickly is to tap on a nearby tree, as this will cause items to fall out, most of which you can then take to your animal friends. Remember that you can tap on any animal to talk to them, and you'll level up their friendship meter every time you bring them the items that they requested. Every time you level up a friendship meter with someone, you'll always be granted with useful items like Bells.

For a quick way to earn 100 Animal Crossing Pocket Camp leaf tickets, you can connect your Nintendo Account to the game. Currently, it's unknown if the apparent cloud-saved data will be able to carry over into the North American and beyond release, but in the meantime, it's a quick and easy way to get 100 leaf tickets, which are useful in speeding up crafting, building things, and more. Just make sure the account you connect is an Australian Nintendo Account, otherwise it won't work.

Beyond mere animal requests and linking your Nintendo Account, you should focus on completing the goals that Isabelle has set for you. There's two sets of goals: Timed Goals, which have a set time that they run out; and Stretch Goals, which don't expire. Stretch Goals usually have the biggest rewards, I'd recommend prioritizing the ones that offer you leaf tickets or bells. Currency is your best friend in this game.

But, you don't have to spend money on Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Luckily, there's easy ways to get by without having to fork over any money. By doing your daily tasks and only cautiously buying items you absolutely need in order to forge friendships with Animal Crossing residents, then you're in for a swell, genuinely free-to-play time. Remember to check in on Isabelle to view your daily tasks, and bear in mind that they'll completely reset after the day is done.

Another great way to earn items like Bells in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is to pay your friends a visit at their campsites. Simply click on a friend in the menu system, and press the campervan symbol to travel to their camp. Once there, speak with their avatar to give Kudos, which will bag you some nice Daily and Stretch Goals, and you can also trade with them, using Bells to buy any items they've put in their market box. This is great for securing some rare items, and it should also complete at least one Daily Goal for you.

This might mark the end of our guide in Bells and Leaf Tickets in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp, but why not continue ahead to our additional guides on the game, including our animal villagers guide, as well as our our guide on how to send gifts.

If you want to learn about How to Earn Bells and Leaf Tickets Quickly in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp or get all the info on the Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Hoiday Event, we've got pages for those too!

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Caty McCarthy

Senior Editor

Caty McCarthy is a former freelance writer whose work has appeared in Kill Screen, VICE, The AV Club, Kotaku, Polygon, and IGN. When she's not blathering into a podcast mic, reading a book, or playing a billion video games at once, she's probably watching Terrace House or something. She is currently USgamer's Senior Editor.

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