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What does the Money Tree do in Adopt Me?

If you're looking to gain some extra money in Adopt Me! then getting yourself a Money Tree is a good way to do it!

One of the big things players seek to do in Adopt Me! is make some bucks. These are used to purchase eggs and various other items. If you want to get yourself some pets, then you are going to need to make sure and acquire some in-game currency. One of the way to do that is by obtaining money trees!

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What do Money Trees do in Adopt Me?

The Money Tree in Adopt Me! is used to provide you bucks periodically throughout each day. This is a house decoration item, so you can only purchase it while in your home, and you need to place it somewhere within your home. Once you place it somewhere, you can go to it throughout the day and sometimes it will have money growing on it! Collect that cash every time it’s available.

This tree is pretty good for gaining some extra bucks on top of all of the chores you can do each day. You can only collect 100 bucks per day, so you don’t need a whole bunch of these. That also means they take a while to pay themselves off. It will take you 15 days to recuperate the money you spent on a single tree, because each one is $1,450 bucks. You only want one or two of these in your house, because more than that would be a waste. The 100 bucks is a combined amount, not per tree! Having multiple trees will allow you to reach the max limit faster.

Well, that’s all there is to really know about Money Trees in Adopt Me! You can purchase them when you edit your house under the Stuff section. Just search for Money Tree to find them.

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