Numerous tickets, vouchers and cards have appeared in the Animal Crossing series, with the most tickets appearing in the newest entry to the series, Animal Crossing: New Horizons. These items serve a handful of different purposes - a way to obtain new items, earn, spend or save Bells, access new places or store information. In the spin-off game Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, they are used as tools to mostly speed up certain things and Leaf Tickets are a premium currency in the game.
Lottery Tickets are items appearing only in Animal Crossing and the enhanced Japan-exclusive version Doubutsu no Mori e+. After purchasing furniture or other expensive material from Tom Nook's Store, the player will receive a Lottery Ticket. Every five Lottery Tickets gives the player one chance at receiving a rare item at the Lottery. Up to 5 tickets can be stored in one spot in the player's inventory. Every month, the color of the tickets changes, and a specific month's ticket can only be used during that month (although it can be used in future years). If there is not enough room for the ticket in the players pockets, it is mailed to them.
The Shopping Card is a reward in City Folk for saving 10,000 Bells. This card allows the player to spend Bells deposited into their savings account. Additionally, after saving 1,000,000 Bells, the player will receive the Golden Shopping Card, which is functionally identical to the regular Shopping Card.
Town Pass Card
The Town Pass Card holds information about the player and their town in New Leaf. The card has two colored versions, pink for female characters and blue for male characters. Through the Town Pass Card menu, Badges and Town Initiatives can be accessed.
Nook Miles Ticket
Nook Miles Tickets appear in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. They can be purchased via the Nook Stop for 2,000 Nook Miles and can be sold for 10,000 Bells. In the early parts of the game, two Nook Miles Tickets can be obtained for free. The first is a reward from Tom Nook after playing the first home loan resulting in having a house. This ticket can be obtained by any additional players on the island and is left at the Airport, never showing in the players' inventories. The second is sent to all players as a compensation for inaccessible Resident Services as it upgrades to a building. Talking to Orville at the Airport while having this ticket in inventory will allow the player to go on a Mystery Island Tour.
May Day Ticket
Similar to Nook Miles Ticket, a May Day Ticket is used at the Airport to travel in New Horizons. A May Day Ticket is left at the airport by Tom Nook during the May Day event and it can only be used during the event. The ticket will allow the player to go on the May Day Tour. It cannot be sold or bought and it is never in the player's inventory.
Orville telling the player he has their May Day ticket.
Bell Vouchers are items that allow the player to redeem Nook Miles for Bells. They can be purchased for 500 Nook Miles at the Nook Stop or obtained during events. These vouchers can be redeemed at Nook's Cranny for 3,000 Bells.
Tailors Tickets can be exchanged for an item up to 3,000 Bells at the Able Sisters store in New Horizons. They can be obtained from Label after completing Label's fashion exercise only if the player fullfiled her vision. She will mail up to two tickets the following day. The ticket is used if an item below 3,000 Bells is purchased while having the ticket in inventory. Multiple tickets can be used at once however, only one ticket may be used per one item. Timmy will buy the ticket for 250 Bells at Nook's Cranny.
Tailors Ticket as it appears on ground or in storage.
Label's letter to the player, in which she includes the tickets.
In New Horizons, Saharah gives the player Exchange Tickets whenever they purchase a rug from her. The amount of tickets received changes depending on the size of the rug - one for small, two for medium and three for large. Once the player has five tickets in their inventory, Saharah will ask if they want to exchange it for a mysterious floor or a mysterious Wallpaper. These mysterious items are otherwise available for purchase. The ticket itself can be sold in Nook's Cranny for 100 Bells.
Saharah giving the player two tickets for purchasing a medium-sized rug.
Leaf Tickets are premium currency in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. They can be purchased for real money or obtained in-game. Leaf Tickets are used for speeding up crafting or purchasing items and tools.
Request Ticket and Calling Card
Both Request Ticket and Calling Card help the player in leveling up the Friendship levels with campers in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The Request Ticket can be used on an animal, who has had all three request already completed. After using it, the animal will make three more requests and another talk will be available. The ticket itself gives the animal 3 Friendship Points.
Using a Calling Card will call an animal to the player's current location (or to a random one, if the player is at Campsite or Cabin). The animal will stay at the location for 3 hours, like regularly camping animal. They will also have three requests and a talk as usual. The usage of the Calling Card itself will give the animal 1 Friendship Point.
Both items can be obtained as a log-in bonus and animals will give them as a reward for fullfiling their Special Request. The Request Ticket is also a level-up reward every five levels.
In Pocket Camp, HH Voucher allows the player to attend a Happy Homeroom class. The player gets three HH vouchers every day. If all the vouchers are used, they can be replenished by purchasing the Golden HH Voucher for 30 Leaf Tickets. Golden HH Vouchers can be also obtained as a souvenir from Gulliver from special islands Glimmery Golden Isle, Glittery Golden Isle and Shimmery Golden Isle or as a reward during limited-time events.
Buying Fortune Cookies in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp for Leaf Tickets awards the player with stamps for every cookie ordered. For ordering five cookies at once, six stamps are received. Ten Stamps fill up the Stamp Card. It can be exchanged for items available in the current Fortune Cookies. Usually, a memory piece is worth 10 Stamp Cards, 4-star item is worth 5 Stamp Cards and 3-star item is worth 1 Stamp Card.