Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Animal Crossing: New Horizons big 2.0 update is finally live, bringing tons of new content to the game. Among the new features that have been added to the games are multiple shops managed by characters all Animal Crossing fans should know well, and these can be opened on Harv’s Island with a simple donation.

Here’s how to find Redd’s Shop on Harv’s Island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0.

How to Find Redd’s Shop in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Before you can open Redd’s shop in Animal Crossing: New Horizons 2.0, you will first need to install the update, which should download automatically. Once the update has been installed, and if you have a 3-star island, Harv will send you an invitation to his island, which is undergoing a major renovation.

The island’s main plaza is turning into a bustling shopping plaza, but Harv will need your help to make his new venture successful. All the new shops require a donation of 100,000 Bells to open, and so does Redd’s Shop. Make a donation to the Gyroid that speaks of a shop for the legitimate art dealer, wait for a day to pass, and then speak with Harv to welcome Redd and his collection of fine art to the island.

What Can You Do in Redd’s Shop?

Redd offers you two works of art for purchase, but some of them will be fake, which shouldn’t surprise you if you know the character. Purchasing a work of art will also change the available art for the following day.

You can also play a Raffle by interacting with the red box in Redd’s shop and paying 500 Bells. You can win a variety of items via the raffle, including food, so make sure to play if you’re feeling particularly lucky!

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