Animal Crossing: City Folk (Wii) Cheats & Tricks

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Get Cash

Sell fruit, fish, shells, bugs, or other unused stuff to Nook. He’ll only give you 25% of what you paid for the item though.

Sell stuff at the Flea Market (Fourth Sunday of Each Month). You’ll be able to get twice as much as you’d get from Nook. You can’t sell bugs or fish at the Flea Market though.

Maximize your time by not selling cheaper fish. You’re better off throwing it back in the water and fishing for more expensive fish. That way you won’t have to go back and forth between Nook’s and the river/sea so many times.

Maximize your time by not selling cheaper shells. Only pick up White Scallops and Pearl Oysters. They’re the most and expensive. You may also find coconuts wash ashore. Pick them up and plant them near the shore to grow palm trees. Each coconut is worth 500 bells!

Send presents to the villagers in your letters and they’ll send you furniture or different kinds of fruit that are not native to your town. They’re worth 500 bells instead of 100, but if you plant them you’ll have many trees with lots of fruits that are worth 500 bells! You can also get non-native fruits by visiting your friends’ towns via DS to DS connection or WiFi.

Deposit money in your bank account and you’ll earn interest every month. You can also cheat by changing the date and get a lot of money in interest. However, be careful because the town will be full of weeds. If you decide to do it, you might as well do it several times to make it worthwhile.

Shake trees and you’ll find a few bells here and there or even hidden furniture. If the bees come out, they will most likely sting you, but you should try to catch them, as they’re worth 4,500 bells at Nook’s!
When you see “stars” in the ground, use your shovel to dig out a fossil, which you can donate at the museum (for free) or sell it to Nook for big bucks after it’s been identified by Blathers the owl. Sometimes it won’t be a fossil, but you can still sell the Gyroids. Pitfall seeds are worthless though.

You’ll receive money in a letter from your Mom on January 1st – It will contain 10,000 bells.

Fish in late July – early August to catch expensive fish: Hammerhead (8,000 Bells), Napoleanfish (10,000 Bells), Red Snapper (3,000 Bells), and Shark (15,000 Bells).

Fish in Winter to catch expensive fish: Red Snapper (3,000 bells), String Fish (15,000 bells), and Tuna (7,000 bells).

Hit all the rocks in town once a day. One of them will contain money bags. Hit it several times consecutively, and you’ll get more money. You can dig three holes around yourself and the rock so when you hit it you don’t accidentally step back. You have to do this before hitting each rock for the first time though.

Find an Elegant Mushroom in the fall (one per day) and sell it for 12,000 bells.

Change the date to Dec. 24 after 8pm, and find Jingle. He’ll give you a piece of the Jingle set, which you can sell at Nook’s for 12,000 bells.

Once you have the golden shovel, bury money. If you’re lucky, it’ll grow into a money-giving tree.

Bunny Day (Easter): Dig up Bunny Eggs with a shovel. Open them and eat if them if they’re candy. If it’s Bunny Foil, keep it and talk to the Bunny Man in front of the Town Hall. Sell the prizes at Nook’s, save the game, play on a different date, save, and then play on Bunny Day again!

NOTE: If you keep the candy and change the date to the Festivale, you can give the candy to Pave and he will give you furniture. If you get lots of furniture, it is worth lots at Nook’s. (Thanks for the tip, Shanice M.!)

Send fruit to a Neighbor and include the word “Fruit” in the message field. Eventually they’ll send you other fruit or furniture.

Duplicate your Bells (Tip from Kellie A.) If you have 5,000 bells, you get 10,000. The only way to do it is over Wi-Fi connection. Go to your friend’s town and leave your bells outside their gate. Then go and talk to Cooper in the gate and tell him that you want to go home. After he says “Well then… (your name then some other stuff)” you quickly press the home button on your remote and click reset. Then go back on and you should have the same amount of bells in your pocket as before, but the same amount is also in your friend’s town, so go to your friends town and get the  money and you’ll have double the amount! You can also duplicate items, fruits, etc. (anything but fish or bugs).

House and Store Upgrades

Home Upgrades

Expand your house by paying off your mortgage. This is what it will cost you, and the expansions will be built in this order:

Normal house: 19,800 Bells
First expansion: 120,000 Bells – Larger First Floor
Second expansion: 248,000 Bells – Largest First Floor
Third expansion: 368,000 Bells – Second Floor
Final expansion: 598,000 Bells – Basement

Nook’s Store Upgrades

Nook will make his store bigger and better the more you shop at it.
Nook’s Cranny: Available from the beginning.
Nook ‘n Go: Spend (or sell) 25,000 Bells in merchandise (and wait one week since you started the game).
Nookway: Spend (or sell) 90,000 Bells in merchandise (and wait two weeks since Nook ‘n Go opened its doors).
Nookingtons: Spend (or sell) 250,000 Bells in merchandise (and wait three weeks since Nookway opened its doors).

Restock Items at Nook’s Store

If the store is getting empty and you want more items to shop today, just save the game and quit. Then, select “Others” before restarting it. Go back one day, save and quit, then repeat the process and go forward one day so you’re on the same day when you started. Nook’s store will be full of merchandise all over again.

Special Objects

Golden Axe
Throw a regular axe into the town fountain (it may turn silver or golden). READ ABOUT SERENA IN THE SPECIAL CHARACTERS SECTION FOR MORE INFO.

Golden Bug Net
You’ll need to catch every type of bug in the game to get the Golden Bug Net!

Golden Fishing Rod
You’ll need to catch every type of fish in the game to get the Golden Fishing Rod!

Golden Shovel
If you bury a regular shovel in the ground and then dig it up after 4 days, it will become a Golden Shovel.

Golden Slingshot
Shoot eight balloons and it will randomly come in another flying balloon.

Golden Watering Can
Get a Perfect Town Rating for 15 days and then go and talk to Pelly at the Town Hall.

Silver Axe
Throw a regular axe into the town fountain (it may turn silver or golden). READ ABOUT SERENA IN THE SPECIAL CHARACTERS SECTION FOR MORE INFO.

Silver Bug Net
Purchase at Nook’s.

Silver Fishing Rod
Purchase at Nook’s.

Silver Shovel
Find Resetti’s Surveillance Center in the City and he’ll give you the Silver Shovel.

Silver Slingshot
Purchase at Nook’s.

Silver Watering Can
Purchase 50 bags of seed at Nook’s.

Mario Items
Shoot down balloons and once in a while you’ll obtain a Mario Item: [?] Block, Brick Block, Brick Flooring, Cannon, Coin, Fire Bar, Fire Flower, Flagpole, Green Koopa Shell, Green Pipe, Mushroom Mural, Star, Super Mushroom, and 1-Up Mushroom.

Mush Furniture Set
Pick up mushrooms during the fall, especially after 3pm. Some may contain hidden furniture.

Snowman Furniture Set
When it snows, roll a large snowball. Then, roll a medium-sized snowball on top of it to create a snowman. He’ll send you a random piece of furniture.

Spooky Furniture Set
Everyone in town will be dressed up like Jack that day, but you have to find the real Jack. He will not chase you, but you’ll have to give him candy you bought at Nook’s during the month of November. He’ll give you “Spooky” furniture. If you’re persistent, you’ll find the whole collection.

Pirate Ship Items
Give Pascal a non-white scallop when he shows up in town. He’ll give you one of these items: Anchor, Barrel, Ship’s Helm, Keg, Sea-view Wallpaper, Ship’s Cannon, Ship’s Compass, or Ship’s Deck Flooring.

Holiday Gifts
Some gifts will become available during certain dates, depending on your region.

JANUARY:

1 – New Year’s Day: New Year’s Shirt (Talk to Tortimer)

Third Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various Gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

FEBRUARY:

2 – Groundhog Day (North America): Resetti Model (Talk to Tortimer)

3 – Bean Day (Japan): Red Ogre Mask, Blue Ogre Mask

14 – Valentine’s Day: Chocolate Heart (arrives in mail). A week before Valentine’s Day, send someone of the opposite gender a letter asking “Will you be my Valentine?” (They will send you a present on Valentine’s Day).

Second Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

Festivale: Pave Furniture (give Pave candy) – This happens on a different date each year:

2008: February 4 / 2009: February 23 / 2010: February 15 / 2011: March 7 / 2012: February 20 / 2013: February 11 / 2014: March 3 / 2015: February 16 / 2016: February 8

MARCH:

1-3 (Japan): Hinaningyo (Buy from Nook)

3 – Hinamatsuri/Girl’s Day (Japan): Rice Cake (Talk to Tortimer)

19 – Father’s Day (Spain, Italy): Unknown Gift

Third Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Sunday before Easter – Mother’s Day (UK): No Gift

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

Bunny Day: Egg Furniture and Candy (Give Bunny Foil to Zipper T. Bunny. You’ll find the candy and foil inside eggs hidden around town)  This happens on a different date each year:

2008: March 23 / 2009: April 12 / 2010: April 4 / 2011: April 24 / 2012: April 8 / 2013: March 31 / 2014: April 20 / 2015: April 5 / 2016: March 27

APRIL:

1 – April Fool’s Day: Leaf (talk to Tortimer)

Second Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

22 – Nature Day (North America): Cool Globe (Talk to Tortimer)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

MAY:

5 – Boy’s Day (Japan): Newsprint Helmet

Third Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

JUNE:

Third Saturday – Bug-Off: Bug Trophy (win the Bug Tourney)

June 16 or 21 – Midsummer’s Day (Europe): Espresso Maker

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

JULY:

7 – Tanabata/Starcrossed Day (Japan): Bamboo Grass

Third Saturday – Bug-Off: Bug Trophy (Win the Bug Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

AUGUST:

Every Sunday – Fireworks Show: Sparkler (Talk to Tortimer)

Third Saturday – Bug-Off: Bug Trophy (Win the Bug Tourney)

SEPTEMBER:

First Monday – Labor Day (North America): Picnic Basket (Talk to Tortimer)

Third Saturday – Bug-Off: Bug Trophy (Win the Bug Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

September to October (random) – Tsukimi (Japan): Dango

September to October (Autumn Equinox – it varies) – Autumn Moon (North America): Wheat Bundle (Talk to Tortimer)

September to October (Autumn Equinox – it varies) – Harvest Moon (Europe): Veggie Basket

2009: Oct. 4 / 2010: Sept 23 / 2011: Sept 12 / 2012: Sept 30 / 2013: Sept 19 / 2014: Sept 9 / 2015: Sept 28 / 2016: Sept 16 / 2017: Oct 5 / 2018: Sept 25

OCTOBER:

Second Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Second Monday – Explorer’s Day (North America): Sailboat Model (Talk to Tortimer)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (buy from neighbors)

31 – Halloween: Halloween Furniture, Accessories, and Clothing (Furniture: Give candy to Jack when you find him or Buy from Tom Nook / Accessories & clothing: Talk to Jack, but don’t give him candy).

NOVEMBER:

1 to 30 – Mushroom Hunting: Mush Furniture (Pick Mushrooms next to trees – just one per day)

Third Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

Fourth Sunday – Flea Market: Various gifts (Buy from Neighbors)

Fourth Thursday – Harvest Festival: Harvest Furniture (Talk to Tortimer for Knife and Fork – Give them to Franklin for Furniture).

DECEMBER:

5 or 6 – Naughty-or-Nice Day (Europe): Stuffed Stocking (Talk to Jingle – One present per year unless you change your clothes and go see him again).

Third Saturday – Fishing Tourney: Fishing Trophy (Win the Fishing Tourney)

21 – Midwinter’s Day (Europe): Snow Globe (Talk to Tortimer)

23, 26-31: Festive Items (Buy from Tom Nook)

24 – Christmas Eve: Jingle Furniture, Stuffed Stocking (Talk to Jingle – One present per year unless you change your clothes and go see him again).

26-31 (Japan): Kadomatsu and Kagamimochi (Buy from Nook)

Trophies
You can earn the Fish and Bug Trophy by catching the biggest fish at the Fishing Tourney and the biggest bug at the Bug-Off Tourney.

Town Hall Model
In the first year anniversary since you started the game, you’ll receive the Town Hall Model in a letter from Tortimer.

Birthday Cake
Talk to the neighbors on your birthday.

Rewards for Saving:
Save Bells at the Bank and you’ll get Rewards according to your amount of savings:

Shopping Card: Deposit 10,000 Bells at the bank.
Box of Tissues: Deposit 100,000 Bells at the bank.
Piggy Bank: Deposit 10,000,000 Bells at the bank.
Gold Card: Reach “VIP” status at the bank.

Rewards for Donating:
Donate money to the Town Fund at the Town Hall to unlock the following Town Landmarks:

Bridge is built: 200,000 Bells
Fountain is built: 400,000 Bells
Windmill or lighthouse is built: 1,000,000 Bells

Rewards for Shopping:
Shop at Nook’s and you’ll get 1 point per 100 bells spent. You can use the points towards the purchase of these items:

Bad Bro ‘Stache: 2,500 points
Banana: 500 points
Hero’s Cap, Majora’s Mask, or Samus Mask: 6,000 points
Hero’s Clothes, Varia Suit, or Wario Hat: 5,000 points
Kart: 10,000 points
Midna’s Mask: 6,500 points
Peach’s Parasol: 4,000 points
Toad Hat: 3,000 points
Triple Shells: 800 points 
Yoshi’s Egg: 1,000 points

Special Visitors

Blanca: (Random Day) She’s a white cat with no face. She’ll ask you to redraw it, and you can draw her face as many times as you want for that day, until you save and quite. When you first see her, she might be wearing a face someone else from another remote town drew. Some designs can be quite interesting!

Chip: (6am-6pm June-November) He holds a fishing tourney every Sunday during the months of June and November. He’ll give you a prize if you caught the biggest bass that day (so far). At the end of the day, if you were the winner, you’ll receive a prize on the mail.

Franklin: (3pm to 9pm on Thanksgiving) Find him hiding behind trees and buildings. Give him the forks Tortimer gives you at the Town Hall and he’ll give you special “Harvest” furniture. You can repeat this until you have the whole collection.

Gulliver: (6am to 6pm – once a week) This guy is tough to locate, and he will not come if you already saw another special visitor in your town that day.  He flies the skies on his UFO. Try to shoot him down – you’ll hear a breaking noise and he’ll disappear. Find the only ship part somewhere in town and keep it until the next day.  You’ll see him crashed on the beach. Talk to Gulliver, give him the missing part, and he’ll give you one of his special items.

Jack: (9pm Oct. 31 to 1am Nov. 1) Everyone in town will be dressed up like Jack that day, but you have to find the real Jack. He will not chase you, but you’ll have to give him candy you bought at Nook’s during the month of November. Keep the candy within your letters until you’re sure he’s Jack. If it’s a neighbor you’ll have to give up your candy and they may even turn your clothes into rags or your head into a pumpkin! The real Jack will give you “Spooky” furniture. If you’re persistent, you’ll find the whole collection. Sometimes you have to refuse to give him candy to obtain a rare item from him.

Jingle: (Dec. 24 – 8pm to Dec. 25 – 1am) Find him around town. He could be either outside or inside an empty house while the neighbors go for a walk! Talk to him several times and he’ll give you pieces of the “Jingle” series furniture. Only trick is…you have to change your appearance (umbrellas, hats, wigs, etc. –no shirts/dresses) each time so he doesn’t recognize you! Of course, do this somewhere away from him.

Joan: (Sunday 6am – Noon) Buy turnips from her and sell them to Nook any day of the week except Sundays. The prices vary like the stock market, so you may make extra money or lose some. Also, you can buy red turnips from her, which you can plant for a special surprise. Turnips rot after a week, so sell them before that!

Katie and Kaitlin: (When You Play with Friends via Wi-Fi) This mom and baby will be found when you play with a friend online. The baby cat will be crying because she can’t find her mom. The mom will be all desperate because she can’t find her daughter. The only way to solve this issue is to re-connect with your friend online and reunite these pair of lost souls. Once you do this, you’ll get a present from the mom on the mail. If you don’t re-connect with your friend, the cats will remain in your towns for a week and no other special visitors will come in the meantime.

K.K. Slider (aka Totakeke) (Saturday 8pm to Midnight) Watch him play music at the Rooster cafeteria. He’ll give you a record after the song is done so you can play the music at home. Find the song list at the bottom of the page.

Mr. Resetti: (8pm in the city, or when you don’t save) You should be familiar with him by now, but he shows up every time you forget to save your game before quitting. He’ll be really annoying and will talk and talk, but he still likes you. You’ll figure this out if you to the city after 8pm and look for him on the rightmost side of the screen, after the bus drops you off. He works at the Surveillance Center with his brother. If you’re lucky, he will give you a silver shovel!

Nat: (3rd Saturday in June, July, August, and September) Nat hosts the Bug Catching Contest. He’ll reward you with gifts each time you bring him the rarest bug. Also, he’ll send you the Bug Trophy if you were able to catch the rarest bug that day.

Pascal: (6am-Midnight, on a random day) You may find him near one of the bridges in your town. Give him a regular scallop (not a white one) and he’ll give you rare furniture, wallpaper, or carpet. You can’t obtain these items elsewhere.

Pave the Peacock: (February 23) This visitor likes to organize fun events for the citizens during “Los Festivales.” If you win random events and challenges like “Hide & Seek,” you’ll get colored candy as a reward. You can trade this with Pave for special furniture. The catch is if you give him the same color, you’ll get the same furniture piece, so you have to give him varied colored candy and even combine them.

Pete the Postman: (after 9am or after 5pm on a random day). He’ll just be outside your house after he delivers the mail. He doesn’t give you anything, so don’t expect anything “special” out of this “special” character.

Phineas: (In the city, on Sunny Days) He’s a happy guy you’ll see at the city square on sunny days. He’ll give you a balloon, a pinwheel, or a bubble wand if you talk to him.

Sahara: (6am to 6am – 24 hours on a random day) She trades rare and exotic carpets for an old carpet. This “old carpet” is a specific one you’ll obtain by asking each of your neighbors. If you give her three or more carpets, she’ll give you a rare wallpaper or carpet. If you give her less than three, she’ll just give you a common carpet.

Serena: (6am to 6am – 24 hours on a random day) She’s a fairy that shows up in your town’s fountain. There won’t be a fountain in your town until you donate 700,000 bells to the Town Hall. After the 1st 200,000 bells, a bridge will be built, and after you donate other 500,000, you’ll get the fountain, but you’ll have to talk to Pelly for this to happen. Once it’s there, you can go and throw an axe in the fountain.  She’ll show up and ask you a couple of questions. The “correct” answer will be random, so if you get lucky, you’ll get a silver or a golden axe.

Snowman: (Dec. 6 to Mid-February) If you notice small balls of snow in the ground you should roll them around to make them bigger. Find another ball and roll it on top of the other to make a snowman. If he’s well proportioned, he’ll send you special furniture.

Wendell: (6am to Midnight) When you find him, you’ll have the opportunity to give him food. He’ll give you patterns, gyroids, money, or special furniture in exchange.

Wisp: (Stores Closing-4am – only one random day per week) When you hear his whispers, Wisp will materialize and ask you to find his lost lamp. Find it (can’t be one you purchase) and run to your house’s attic. Wisp will grant you a wish: removing all your cockroaches, picking all the weeds, or receiving an item.

Zipper T-Bunny: (April 14) He will hide eggs all over town and you will have to dig them out with the shovel. Eggs are often hidden around houses and trees, but there won’t be a mark so you can see where they’re buried, so you’ll have to try to guess. When you find them, eat the candy and trade the bunny foil with Zipper for special furniture.

Other Hints and Secrets

Use the DS suitcase mode to transfer your character to the Wii game and all the objects you unlocked in the DS version will be available for purchase in Nook’s catalog on the Wii version.

Present Balloons will be seen every day at 10:05am, 10:15 am, 10:25 am, 10:35 am, 10:45 am, 10:55 am, 3:05pm, 3:15pm, 3:25pm, 3:35pm, 3:45pm, and 3:55pm. Run North and shoot them. When you shoot eight, the Golden Slingshot will randomly appear on another flying balloon. The Golden Slingshot shoots three pellets.

Alternate Shoe Color:
In the city, you’ll find Kicks the Skunk. Ask him to shine your shoes to make them match your clothes. If you ask him to change the style, he’ll return them to their original look.

Zap Suit Changes Background Music
Wear one of the Zap Suits and you’ll hear a different background tune.

Valentine’s Day Cocoa
Visit the Roost Café on Feb. 14th. Order a coffee and Brewster will surprise you with a hot cocoa and will wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day.

New Message Sign
Look for the yellow canary perching on top of the Message Board. If he’s there, it means you have an unread message.

Hidden Stuff in Rocks
If a neighbor is looking at a rock, there might be something in it. Hit it with a shovel and something will come out of it, possibly a Pill Bug.

Free Furniture
Go to the Town Hall and open the recycling container. It may have furniture or other cool stuff. You can also go to the Gate and talk to Booker (dog on the left) to see if he has any objects in the “Lost & Found.”

Keep the Neighbors at Home
If you have trouble finding neighbors when you need them, just go to the gate, ask Copper to establish a connection so you can have visitors, and then every neighbor will be home. Don’t forget to close the gate when you’re done so you don’t use too much battery!

Make your Neighbors Angry
Walk into the neighbors and push them around or hit them with the shovel or bug net. They’ll become mad and steam will come out of their heads.

Cure Bee Stings without Medicine
If you get stung and don’t want to spend money on medicine or the store is closed, simply go to your attic and sleep, save the game, and restart it. When it reloads, your face will be perfect again!

Nature’s Punishment
Play your game at least once a week, or the next time you go back to it, the town will be full of weeds and your flowers may be gone or dying. Same thing will happen if you start cheating by changing the date radically.

Crazy Redd’s Underground Store: Redd now has a shop in the city where he sells furniture and sometimes rare items. Careful with his prices though! Oftentimes he’s more expensive than Nook. He also sells paintings, sometimes original and sometimes counterfeit.

Finding out if a Painting is a Counterfeit (Before you Buy)
Walk towards the item and press A. Crazy Redd will tell you the price.

The item is a fake if there’s a thought bubble over his head and he says one of the following things:
“It’s a very nice item” / “It took ol’ Redd a long time to get his hands on that!” / “It took a lot of wheeling and dealing” / “When it comes to items for Crazy Redd’s family, I won’t stop ’til I get it!” / “I’m gonna offer it to you for only — Bells!”

If the item is very cheap, it’s probably fake too.

Finding out if a Painting is a Counterfeit (After you Buy)
Once you buy a painting, you can go to Nook’s and see if the painting you bought is part of the catalog. If it’s not, then it’s a forgery and you should sell it to Nook instead of having Blathers appraise it (lowers the price). If it is on the catalog, then it’s an original and you can go donate it at the museum.

To Get a Special Job in the City (Tip from Oscar P. from the U.K.)
Go to Crazy Red and get the mare paper. Then write a extremely long letter to the mayor about how much you like him, then go cut down every tree in the town. After that, send money to 5 people and another letter to the mayor about how much you adore him. You will get a letter back saying:

“Dear ___,
You have been chosen for my extra special job! You will be working as a ___ at ____
for ________ bells a day!
Mayor ____,”

Item Lists

Fish

Angelfish: 3,000 Bells; river (rare) May to October, morning, evening, night.
Arapaima: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) July to September, morning, evening, night.
Arowana: 10,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
Barbel Steed: 200 Bells; river all year, all day.
Barred Knifejaw: 5,000 Bells; ocean (rare) March to November, all day.
Bitterling: 900 Bells; river November to February, all day.
Black Bass: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Blue Gill: 120 Bells; river all year, noon.
Blue Marlin: 10,000 Bells; ocean (rare) July to Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 bells; river all year, all day
Carp: 300 Bells; river all year, all day.
Cat Fish: 800 Bells; pond May to October, morning, evening, night.
Char: 3,800 Bells; waterfall Mar to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Cherry Salmon: 1,000 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Clownfish: 650 Bells; ocean April to September, all day and May to August, noon.
Coelacanth: 15,000 Bells; ocean during rain or snow (rare) all year, morning , evening, night.
Craw Fish: 250 Bells; holding pond April to Sept, all day.
Crucian Carp: 120 Bells; river all year, all day.
Dab: 300 Bells; ocean October to April, all day.
Dace: 200 Bells; river all year, morning, evening, night.
Dorado: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) June to September, morning, noon, evening.
Eel: 2,000 Bells; river June to Sept, morning, evening, night.
Football Fish: 2,500 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, morning, evening, night.
Freshwater Goby: 300 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
Frog: 120 Bells; holding pond May to August, all day.
Gar: 6,000 Bells; pond (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
Giant Snakehead: 5,500 Bells; pond July to August, noon.
Gold Fish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Guppy: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) April to November, noon.
Hammerhead Shark: 8,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, all day.
Horse Mackeral: 150 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Jelly Fish: 100 Bells; ocean August, all day.
Killifish: 300 Bells; holding pond (rare) April to August, all day.
King Salmon: 1,800 Bells; river (rare) September, all day.
Koi: 2,000 Bells; river (rare) all year, morning, evening, night.
Loach: 300 Bells; river March to May, all day.
Ocean Sunfish: 4,000 Bells; ocean (rare) April to September, morning noon, evening.
Octopus: 500 Bells; Ocean September to January and March to July, all day.
Olive Flounder: 800 Bells; Ocean (rare) all year, all day.
Pale Chub: 200 Bells; river all year, noon.
Piranha: 2,500 Bells; river (rare) June to September, noon, night.
Pond Smelt: 300 Bells; pond December to February, all day.
Popeyed Goldfish: 1,300 Bells; river (rare) all year, all day.
Puffer Fish: 240 Bells; ocean July to September, all day and August, all day.
Rainbow Trout: 800 Bells; river March to June and September to November, morning, evening.
Red Snapper: 3,000 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Salmon: 700 Bells; river September, all day.
Sea Bass: 160 Bells; ocean all year, all day.
Sea Butterfly: 1,000 Bells; ocean December to February, all day.
Seahorse: 1,100 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.
Shark: 15,000 Bells; ocean (rare) June to September, morning, evening, night.
Squid: 400 Bells; Ocean December to Aug, all day.
Stringfish: 15,000 Bells; river (rare) December to February, morning, evening, night.
Sweetfish: 900 Bells; river July to September, all day.
Tuna: 7,000 Bells; ocean (rare) November to March, all day.
Yellow Perch: 240 Bells; river October to March or November to February, all day.
Zebra Turkey Fish: 400 Bells; ocean April to November, all day and May to September, noon.

Fossils

Amber: 1,200 Bells
Ammonite: 1,100 Bells
Ankylo Skull: 3,500 Bells
Ankylo Tail: 2,500 Bells
Ankylo Torso: 3,000 Bells
Apato Skull: 5,000 Bells
Apato Tail: 4,000 Bells
Apato Torso: 4,500 Bells
Archaeopteryx: 1,300 Bells
Coprolite: 1,100 Bells
Dimetrodon Skull: 5,500 Bells
Dimetrodon Tail: 4,500 Bells
Dimetrodon Torso: 5,000 Bells
Dinosaur Egg: 1,400 Bells
Dinosaur Track: 1,000 Bells
Fern Fossil: 1,000 Bells
Icthyo Skull: 2,500 Bells
Icthyo Torso: 2,000 Bells
Iguanodon Skull: 4,000 Bells
Iguanodon Tail: 3,000 Bells
Iguanodon Torso: 3,500 Bells
Mammoth Skull: 3,000 Bells
Mammoth Torso: 2,500 Bells
Pachy Tail: 3,000 Bells
Pachy Torso: 3,500 Bells
Pachy Skull: 4,000 Bells
Parasaur Tail: 2,500 Bells
Parasaur Torso: 3,000 Bells
Parasaur Skull: 3,500 Bells
Pecking Man: 1,100 Bells
Plesio Torso: 4,500 Bells
Plesio Neck: 4,500 Bells
Plesio Skull: 4,500 Bells
Ptera Right Wing: 4,500 Bells
Ptera Left Wing: 4,500 Bells
Ptera Skull: 4,000 Bells
Rapter Torso: 2,500 Bells
Rapter Skull: 3,000 Bells
Sabertooth Skull: 2,500 Bells
Sabertooth Torso: 2,000 Bells
Seismo Chest: 4,500 Bells
Seismo Hip: 4,000 Bells
Seismo Skull: 5,000 Bells
Seismo Tail: 4,500 Bells
Shark Tooth: 1,000 Bells
Stego Skull: 5,000 Bells
Stego Tail: 4,000 Bells
Stego Torso: 4,500 Bells
Styraco Skull: 3,500 Bells
Styraco Tail: 2,500 Bells
Styraco Torso: 3,000 Bells
T. Rex Skull: 6,000 Bells
T. Rex Tail: 5,000 Bells
T. Rex Torso: 5,500 Bells
Tricera Skull: 5,500 Bells
Tricera Tail: 4,500 Bells
Tricera Torso: 5,000 Bells
Trilobite: 1,300 Bells

Lucky Items for a 7,777 HRA Score

Arwing (Star Fox): Spotlight item at Nook’s
Dracaena: Spotlight item at Nook’s
Ivory Piano: Spotlight item at Nook’s
Jack in the Box: Have Jack play three tricks on you on Halloween
Lafty Lucky Cat: Buy from Redd
Lovely Phone: Gift from Katie and Kaitli
Lucky Black Cat: Buy from Redd
Lucky Cat: Buy from Tom Nook
Lucky Gold Cat: Spotlight item at Nook’s
Master Sword (The Legend Of Zelda): Spotlight item at Nook’s
Music Box: Gift from Katie and Kaitli
Piggy Bank: Put 100,000 Bells in the bank
Raccoon Figure: Buy from Redd
Samurai Suit: Spotlight item at Nook’s
Treasure Chest: Spotlight item at Nook’s
Triforce (The Legend Of Zelda): Buy from Redd
Washer/Dryer: Buy from Tom Nook

K.K. Slider Songs

You’ll get these every time you go to a concert at the café (Saturday from 8pm to 12am). You’ll be able to put the different music tracks in your stereo at home and play them whenever you want.

K.K. Chorale
K.K. March
K.K. Waltz
K.K. Swing
K.K. Jazz
K.K. Fusion
K.K. Etude
K.K. Lullaby
K.K. Aria
K.K. Samba
K.K. Bossa
K.K. Calypso
K.K. Salsa
K.K. Mambo
K.K. Reggae
K.K. Ska
K.K. Tango
K.K. Faire
Aloha K.K.
Lucky K.K.
K.K. Condor
K.K. Steppe
Imperial K.K.
K.K. Casbah
K.K. Safari
K.K. Folk
K.K. Rock
Rockin’ K.K.
K.K. Ragtime
K.K. Gumbo
The K. Funk
K.K. Blues
Soulful K.K.
K.K. Soul
K.K. Cruisin’
K.K. Love Song
K.K. D & B
Spring Blossoms
K.K. Technopop
DJ K.K.
Only Me
K.K. Country
Surfin’ K.K.
K.K. Ballad
Comrade K.K.
K.K. Lament
Go K.K. Rider!
K.K. Dirge
K.K. Western
Mr. K.K.
Caf‚ K.K.
K.K. Parade
Se¤or K.K.
K.K. Song
I Love You
Two Days Ago
My Place
Forest Life
To the Edge
Pondering
K.K. Dixie
K.K. Marathon
King K.K.
Mountain Song
Marine Song 2001
Neapolitan
Steep Hill
K.K. Rockabilly
Agent K.K.
K.K. Rally
K.K. Metal
Stale Cupcakes
Wandering
K.K. House
K.K. Sonata