Animal Crossing: New Horizons allows players to break the rocks and dig holes to collect helpful resources and money. Like real life, it requires stamina to do the hefty work in the game too.
The game keeps track of player’s stamina in a bar with 10 points limit. Just like real life, players need to replenish their stamina by eating. One of the good sources for replenishing stamina in the game are fruits that give one stamina upon consuming one unit. Apart from increasing stamina, you can sell fruits for up to 500 bells.
If you are curious about how much a type of fruits offers in the game, then check out the full list of fruits along with their selling price below:
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Fruits List With Price
Peach – 100 or 500 Bells
Orange- 100 or 500 Bells
Apple- 100 or 500 Bells
Pear- 100 or 500 Bells
Cherry- 100 or 500 Bells
Coconut- 250 Bells
Only one of the above fruits grows on your island or any island as a notice fruit. You can’t choose it will be determined randomly with the start of the game. To change the native fruit you can reset the game repeatedly until you get it.
You can get all fruits except coconuts while roaming around other islands, but to get the coconut you need to earn Nook Miles and buy a Nook Miles ticket to go to a tropical island where coconuts grow.
So, this is all about the fruits available in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons and their selling price. We will keep updating this post with new additions to the list. So keep checking it at regular intervals.
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