Candy (New Horizons)

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Type of other item Candy Candy NH Inv Icon.png
Candy
Buy price Sell price
 120 Bells  30 Bells
Obtain via  Nook's Cranny (Seasonal - Halloween)
 Any villager (Halloween)
Stack 10
Edible Yes
Name in other languages
 アメ
 사탕
 dolcetto
 Bonbon
 糖果
 bonbon
 chuche
 snoepje
 糖果
 bonbon
 dulce
 конфета

Candy is an item in Animal Crossing: New Horizons introduced in the 1.5.0 Fall Update. Candy is used to exchange with other villagers, who will offer to the player items in the Spooky Series, and on occasion either Green Pumpkins, Orange Pumpkins, White Pumpkins, Yellow Pumpkins, or a Lollipop.

Candy can be obtained from Nook's Cranny one per day during October. During Halloween, other ways to obtain candy include villagers inside houses offering candy to players in Halloween costumes five minutes at a time, scaring villagers using Jack's Face and Jack's Robe to give candy, or being offering a donation of three candies from any villager if one lacks candy and is not wearing a Halloween costume. If players eat candy, they get energy to relocate trees or break rocks.

Use in crafting

Candy is used as a crafting material in the DIY recipes for the following items:

Recipes in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Item Image Type Available from Materials
Spooky Candy Set Spooky Candy Set Furniture  Any villager
 Balloons
Orange Pumpkin NH Inv Icon.pngOrange Pumpkin
Candy NH Inv Icon.pngCandy
Spooky Treats Basket Spooky Treats Basket Tool  Any villager
 Balloons
Orange Pumpkin NH Inv Icon.pngOrange Pumpkin
Candy NH Inv Icon.pngCandy
Includes data sourced from this Item Spreadsheet, compiled by 6480, noizhub, Ricky, chaiinchomp, saberslime, robotic_scarab, mollumisc, sunmarsh, kyrokey, obstinateRixatrix, jackiwi, Zalex, SuperHamster, kait, hyuum, Azarro, Czarcasm, cinnamon_swirlix, astronomyfortwo, Welcius, glowtopia, BriKun, Alyrei, dodocodes.com, StevieCoops, sneeze, Shiny190, TwistedPeach, LavaToaster, capstone, vmario, rocklamp, Alexis, Aeon, and PanchamBro.

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