Now that the final day of Bunny Day is upon us in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there’s a good chance you’re got far more Easter Eggs than what you actually need to complete the event!
In this article, we’ll help you out with your excess Easter Eggs by telling you the sell prices for eggs, the sell prices for crafted Bunny Day items, and some other advice on what to do with them.
Water Egg, Sky Egg, Stone Egg, And All Other Egg Sell Prices
Each type of Easter Egg crafting material item you can find in Animal Crossing: New Horizons sells for the same price to Timmy & Tommy. Here’s how many Bells you can expect to earn off a sale of eggs:
- 1 Egg: 200 Bells
- 10 Eggs: 2,000 Bells
- 30 Eggs: 6,000 Bells
- 3 Stacks of 30 Eggs: 18,000 Bells
That’s a pretty poor rate for selling Easter Eggs, even taking into account how plentiful they are to find, so what about crafting into Bunny Day items and selling those items?
Crafted Bunny Day Item Sell Prices
The Bunny Day Flooring item requires 2 each of all 6 types of Easter Egg items to craft. Those eggs sell for a combined total of 2,400 Bells to Nook’s Cranny, but if you craft the Bunny Day Flooring and sell the finished product, it sells for 4,800 Bells.
In another example, the Bunny Day Wall Clock requires 3 Sky Eggs to craft (something you’re sure to have plenty of!) which are worth 600 Bells in total, and the completed crafted item sells for 1,200 Bells.
The exact same is the case for the Bunny Day Stool, another crafted item that uses 3 Water Eggs, which is an egg you’re likely drowning in.
Here’s a complete table of all the Bunny Day items you can craft and their Sell Prices:
|Bunny Day Arch||4800|
|Bunny Day Bag||2400|
|Bunny Day Bed||2400|
|Bunny Day Crown||2400|
|Bunny Day Fence (10)||2400|
|Bunny Day Festive Balloons||1200|
|Bunny Day Flooring||4800|
|Bunny Day Glowy Garland||2400|
|Bunny Day Lamp||1600|
|Bunny Day Merry Balloons||1200|
|Bunny Day Rug||2400|
|Bunny Day Stool||1200|
|Bunny Day Table||1600|
|Bunny Day Vanity||1600|
|Bunny Day Wall Clock||1200|
|Bunny Day Wallpaper||4800|
|Bunny Day Wand||11100|
|Bunny Day Wardrobe||1600|
|Bunny Day Wreath||2400|
|Egg Party Dress||7200|
|Egg Party Hat||4800|
|Wobbling Zipper Toy||9600|
Should You Sell Easter Eggs Or Craft Items To Sell?
In all three cases mentioned above, it’s clear that the crafted Bunny Day item sells for exactly twice the sell value of all its required crafting materials!
From our research, this appears to be true for all Bunny Day event items, and it’s actually the case for the vast majority of crafted items in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. It doesn’t seem to matter which Bunny Day item you choose to craft, the profit is the same.
So if you’re overwhelmed with an endless amount of Easter Eggs and planned on selling them directly, we definitely suggest crafting any Bunny Day items with the materials instead and selling the items to get twice the profit. Selling the materials themselves is essentially throwing away Bells!
Eat Easter Eggs For Easy Fruit Energy
If you’re not interested in crafting or selling your Easter Eggs, we have another option worth considering. Easter Egg materials can actually be used as an easy method to get Fruit Energy for landscaping your island!
Using the energy from eating Easter Eggs, you can dig up entire trees and break rocks. Even better, the Easter Eggs can stack into groups of up to 30 eggs per slot in your inventory. That’s a solid improvement over the limit of 10 when stacking up fruit.
Craft Some Duplicates for Later
Finally, you can obviously choose to craft some duplicates of your favourite items to keep later, even if you don’t really feel like it at the moment while flooded in endless eggs that seem worthless.
They might always come in handy later when Bunny Day has passed and some Animal Crossing players who missed out on the event might want a few items. If you have spare storage space in your house, there’s no reason not to keep some items just to see what happens.
You can always just sell off the crafted items later to Timmy & Tommy, at an increased price of double the materials as discussed earlier, so you can’t really lose here!
Playing on April 4th? Check out our What’s New On Actual Bunny Day & Everything You Should Do In Animal Crossing: New Horizons mini-guide here! And if by any chance you need help finding more Easter Eggs, check out our full Bunny Day Event Guide here.
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