Saturday, June 06, 2020

Selling Turnips: Week 7

After spending 98,000 Bells on 1,000 turnips on Sunday, it was my job to - once again - to offload them for profit by the end of the week on Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

I had another successful experience using a turnip projection website that predicts when will be the best time to sell the vegetables to Timmy and Tommy in Nook's Cranny.

The goal was to sell at a price anywhere above the 98 Bells I purchased them for from Daisy Mae on Sunday. 

The offers, went like as follows.

Mon AM: 84 Bells
Mon PM: 81 Bells
Tue AM: 90 Bells
Tue PM: 186 Bells

After keying in Tuesday afternoon's offer into the projector, it told me that there was a good chance of an offer higher than 186 if I waited until Wednesday morning. Its estimate was between 196 and 586 Bells.

I held off on selling at 186 Bells, visited the shop on Wednesday morning and the offer was:

Selling Turnips On Animal Crossing: New Horizons Week 7

451 Bells!

Even after a high offer, I put the number into the projector to see if it recommended another hold. I doubted it would, but I wanted to be sure.

It said that the Wednesday PM offer would be between 138 and 196 Bells and the Thursday morning one would range between 89 and 138 Bells.

In what might turn into a catchphrase on these 'Selling Turnips' posts - IT WAS TIME TO SELL.

I headed back to my house, picked up the turnips I had held in storage from Sunday and went back to Nook's Cranny to sell my stock.

Selling Turnips On Animal Crossing: New Horizons Week 7

That's 353,000 Bells profit I was able to make this week.

After seven weeks of playing with the 'Stalk Market', I've managed to return 1,351,660 Bells. I know this because, after selling this week's batch, I was informed that I had earned some Nook Miles for selling over 1,000,000 since I began the game. 

As you'll see below, the next time I can earn some Miles for this part of the game, will be when I make back 10,000,000 Bells. 

Selling Turnips On Animal Crossing: New Horizons Week 7

The new milestone seems a long way off.

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