Animal Crossing: New Horizons players will be able to find Redd, the sneaky fox, peddling his wares on Sunday evenings in August.
He’ll be at firework shows on your island to sell cute toys and accessories, rather than art. For 500 Bells, you can try your hand at a raffle to win one of a dozen items. The raffle can be done as many times as you want, as long as you have the Bells. Interact with the stand to start drawing.
Based on our tests, there are 12 possible items to get. You will get one of each item before getting any repeats, so if you’re hunting one item specifically, keep trying. When you pull the item, Redd will read a number off the paper you drew and will reward you with the respective prize.
All of these items can do something when you press A while holding them. Some items only have a limited number of uses. You can also trip while holding balloons, causing your character to drop them, so be careful.
See a list of all the prizes below.
1. Red Sparkler
It shoots yellow and red sparks before fizzing out. This item only has one use before it vanishes.
2. Blue Sparkler
It shoots blue and red sparks before fizzing out. This item only has one use before it vanishes.
3. Fountain Firework
This item is also one-use only. To use it, you have to drop it on the ground and press the A button when facing it. After finishing, it’ll turn into a trash item. You can pick it up and dispose of it in the trash can next to Redd’s stall.
4. Bubble Blower
Each time you pull a four, you’ll get five Bubble Blowers, which each have one use.
5. Uchiwa Fan
8. Blue Balloon
9. Red Balloon
10. Yellow Balloon
11. Green Balloon
12. Pink Balloon
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Learn the basics
- Every tool’s durability and how long they last
- What happens when you eat fruit
- How to send letters with presents (and wrap them)
- How to cure a wasp sting
- How to move rocks
- How to make chat less insufferable
- What time does the new day start?
- How to customize your phone
- How to turn any photo into a pattern
- How to poop 💩
- Guide to Dreaming and Dream Addresses
- How to back up your island
Buildings and structures
- Upgrading your house
- How to unlock the Shop, the Museum, and more
- How to unlock the Able Sisters tailor shop
- Guide to the Museum
- How to move items and manage your pocket and house inventory
- How to move and rotate furniture
- How to move buildings
- How to build bridges and inclines
- How to upgrade Nook’s Cranny
- Catching critters 10
- Farming for items 9
- Upgrades 7
- Making money (Bells) 6
- Nook Miles 3
- Character and island customization 9
Villager visitors and NPCs
- Complete amiibo guide
- How to make a villager move out
- How to get K.K. Slider
- How to get a 3 star town rating for K.K. Slider
- How to sell bugs to Flick the vendor
- How to sell to the new fish vendor, C.J.
- K.K. Slider song list, music guide
- Jolly Redd’s art, real or fake?
- Celeste Star Fragment DIY recipe list
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons winter Snowflake DIY recipe guide
Seasonal event guides
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- Summer Shell DIY recipe list
- Mushroom DIY recipe list
- Festive Season DIY recipe list
- Perfect Snowboy guide and DIY recipe list
- Young Spring Bamboo recipe list
- Cherry-blossom Petals recipe list guide
- Bunny Day event guide
- Acorn and Pine Cone recipe list
- How to make custom fireworks
The game’s community
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- Joe Biden sets up his own Animal Crossing island for the presidential campaign
- Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a much-needed escape from everything
- Animal Crossing outsells Breath of the Wild in mere months
- Animal Crossing’s escapist fantasy is getting a reality check
- Animal Crossing reportedly removed from Chinese retailers following Hong Kong demonstrations
- Animal Crossing hacker group starts free villager service
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