Bell Voucher Animal Crossing New Horizons

Animal Crossing New Horizons Bell Voucher is an item that you can get in the game and exchange it for Bells. The problem there is that you have to spend Nook Miles to get the Bell Voucher in ACNH. That kinda calls the purpose of the Bell Voucher into question. With that said, in our Bell Voucher Animal Crossing New Horizons guide, we’re going to show you how to get and use ACNH Bell Vouchers, as well as whether they’re worth bothering with in the first place.

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Bell Voucher Animal Crossing New Horizons
Bell Voucher Animal Crossing New Horizons

How to Get & Use Animal Crossing New Horizons Bell Voucher?

To get and use the Bell Voucher in Animal Crossing New Horizons, you have to go to the Nook Stop terminal in the Resident Services building. There, you can purchase the Bell Voucher for 500 Nook Miles. You can then take the voucher to Nook’s Cranny and sell it to Timmy and Tommy for 3,000 Bells. That’s basically it; the Bell Voucher has absolutely no other use that we can find other than getting those extra Bells. If you know of any other uses, please tell us in the comments.

So really, the use of the Bell Voucher is pretty limited, and, honestly, kinda dubious. Basically, Nook Miles are a pretty valuable resource for upgrading your island further. It’s much better to save them up for those purposes, I’d say. That said, if you find yourself in dire need of Bells, and somehow still have spare Nook Miles, then I can see the Bell Voucher being of some use. However, I don’t see this as a likely situation; you’re better off just grinding Bells out on your own. Check out our How to Make Bells Fast guide if you need help.

And, well, that’s about it when it comes to Bell Vouchers in Animal Crossing New Horizons. If you need more help, we’ve got a bunch of other ACNH guides for you to check out. Like, for example, Mabel Store – Able Sisters Clothing Shop, KK Slider Concert, and many more.

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