Animal Crossing Pocket Camp offers rewards by linking your My Nintendo account. You can sign in using your Nintendo account right when you start the game. Just click on the link here and follow the prompts. You can even create a Nintendo account by using your Nintendo Switch.
Linking your Nintendo account grants you points for completing different tasks which you then use to buy different rewards.
Here are the different objectives you can complete:
Link to a Nintendo Account – 300 points
Complete 10 Camper Requests (Weekly) – 30
Complete 50 Camper Requests (Weekly – 50
Complete 100 Camper Requests (Weekly) – 100
Link to a Twitter Account – 300
Link to a Facebook Account – 300
And here are the different items you can redeem:
50 Leaf Tickets – Free
OK Motors Cap – 300
OK Motors Jacket – 300
5,000 Bells – 100
20 Wood – 50
20 Steel – 50
20 Cotton – 50
20 Paper – 50
20 Preserves – 50
However, you also get a number of perks by linking your Twitter and Facebook accounts.
To do that, head to the “More” menu on the bottom right corner of the screen and select the “Friends” icon. Got to “Add Friend” and scroll down until you see the option to link your Twitter and Facebook accounts.
To get to the My Nintendo menu, all you have to do is head back to the “More” menu and then select the “My Nintendo” icon.
By signing in with your Twitter and Facebook accounts, you can add all of your friends from there who are also playing the game. That way you can visit their campsites, browse their market box for items they’re selling, and give them kudos on their campsite.
Not only that, but you’ll be able to earn 300 My Nintendo Rewards points each for signing into your Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Getting as many friends as possible will really help you out in Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. Instead of paying the 20 Leaf Tickets it takes to get into Shovelstrike Quarry, you can get five of your friends to agree to help for free entry. Just tap on the prompt and notify each of your friends so that they can help you out.
Having friends can also help you fill out different timed and stretch goals for extra bells, crafting materials, and Leaf Tickets. Goals include befriending other players, buying an item from a friend’s market box, and giving kudos to another player. Repeating goals can earn you even bigger awards, such as befriending five players instead of one.
If you place items into your Market Box, then friends are able to buy them and earn you bells. It’s a win-win situation. You can also potentially earn more money for items than just by selling them from your inventory.
As for the camper requests for getting more My Nintendo points, you can do that by going up to different animal characters walking around the game’s world and giving them the items that they requests. Items include fruit found in trees, bugs found in Sunburst Island, and fish in both Lost Lure Creek and Saltwater Shores.
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