March 21, 2020 5:25 pm Published by 5 Comments

Hey folks, it’s not easy trying to earn bells in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. While you can sell items to little Tommy inside the Resident Services tent, knowing what to sell will make all the difference. It might not matter too much if you are on your own island, you can simply leave what you can’t carry, sell your surplus and go back and get it. This is not an option when visiting other islands as you won’t be able to go back and get them upon leaving the island.

Animal Crossing Sell Items

Because individual sell prices are not provided in-game, we have been scouring the edges of our island and beyond to find out what is worth selling and what is worth letting go. Please note that this is not everything in the game, there are a LOT more critters and things to fish and catch. We have simply rounded up some of the things you can find in-game and what you can sell them for.

Bugs

Emperor Butterfly – 4,000 bells
Wasp – 2,500 bells
Hermit Crab – 1,000 bells
Man-Faced Stinkbug – 1,000 bells
Paper Kite Butterfly – 1,000 bells
Mantis – 430 bells
Centipede – 3,00 bells
Tiger Butterfly – 240 bells
Ladybug – 200 bells
Wharf Roach – 200 bells
Common Butterfly – 160 bells
Yellow Butterfly – 160 bells

Fish

Sturgeon – 10,000 bells
Ranchu Goldfish – 4,500 bells
Red Snapper – 3,000 bells
Football Fish (Soccer Fish) – 2,500 bells
Sea Butterfly – 1,000 bells
Olive Flounder – 800
Squid – 500 Bells
Black Bass – 400 bells
Freshwater Goby – 400 bells
Loach – 400 bells
Sea Bass – 400 bells
Dab – 300 bells
Yellow Perch – 300 bells
Dace – 240 bells
Pale Chub – 240 bells
Crucian Carp – 160 bells
Horse Mackerel – 150 bells
Anchovy – 100 bells
Tadpole – 100 bells

Fossils

Left/Right Megalo Side – 5,500 bells
Tricera Skull – 5,500 bells
T. Rex Torso – 5,500 bells
Brachio Pelvis – 5,000 bells
Left / Right Quetzal Wing – 5,000 bells
Tricera Torso – 5,000 bells
Diplo Neck – 4,500 bells
Athelon Tail – 3,500 bells
Spino Torso – 3,000 bells
Parasaur Tail – 2,500 bells
Ophthalmo Skull – 2,500 bells
Sabertooth Skull – 2,500 bells
Australpith – 1,100 bells
Ammonite – 1,100 bells
Fossil – 100 bells

Fruit

Apples, Oranges, Peaches, Pears, Cherries (If found on your own island) 100 bells
Apples, Oranges, Peaches, Pears, Cherries (If found on away island) 500 bells
Coconuts – 250 bells
Fruit Trees – 300 bells*
Coconut Trees – 500 bells*

Note: You can sell your own home island fruit on a friend’s island for 500 bells. Any Fruit you find on other islands that is the same as on your own island is only worth 100 bells on your own island.

 

Flowers*

Ordinary Flowers Heads – 40 bells (can be stacked by 10 to earn 400 bells)*
Ordinary Flower Stems – 40 bells (can’t be stacked)*
Hybrid Flower Heads – 80 bells (can be stacked by 10 to earn 400 bells)*
Hybrid Flower Stems – 80 bells (can’t be stacked)*

Shells

Giant Clam – 900 bells
Conch – 700 bells
Coral – 500 bells
Venus Comb – 300 bells
Sea Snail – 180 bells
Manila Clam – 100 bells
Cowrie – 60 bells

 

Other Items*

Fish Bait – 200 bells*
Wood – 60 bells*
Clay – 100 bells*
Stone – 75 bells*
Iron Nugget – 375 bells*

*Special Thanks to Megan Klein for providing extra prices for certain materials.

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This post was written by Mike Scorpio

5 Comments

  • Flowers???

  • I also found that all fruit trees are 300, coconut trees are 500, flowers are 40 and stack but stems are 40 and don’t. Manila clams don’t stack and are 100 each but when turned to fish bait, they stack and are worth 200 each. Iron is 375, clay is 100 and stones are 75.
    All wood is 60each

    Some info I found helpful when using nook mile tickets.

  • cherries??

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