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Scallops - How To Get & Price

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Learn how to get & farm Scallops fast by diving in Animal Crossing New Horizons Switch (ACNH). The guide includes efficient way to farm Scallop to get DIY recipes from Pascal!!!

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Scallops - How to Get & Price

Scallop - Appearance


Scallop - Shadow Size

Shadow SizeMidMedium

Scallop - Sell Price & Spawn Conditions

Sell Price1200
Spawn LocationSea
Spawn DateAll Year
Spawn TimeAll Day

Look For Bubbles


▲Bubbles = a chance of it being a Scallop.

Some Sea Creatures produce a bubble above their position in the sea, just like in the image above. The Scallop is one of these (although not the only one), so you can use this fact to try to distinguish them.

Not Particularly Fast

The shadow of a Scallop does indeed move, but it isn't particularly fast. You can still catch after diving, so don't worry!

Example Of Catching A Scallop

Wetsuit Is Necessary

Nook's Cranny

The Wetsuit is required to go swimming in the ocean! It can be purchased at Nook's Cranny for 3000 Bells, so make sure to get it!

Check Out The Wetsuit Here

Scallop - Uses

Trade Your Scallop For Mermaid Furniture Recipes or Pearls


Pascal the new/returning Sea Otter villager will ask if he can have your Scallops. Give him one to get a Mermaid Furniture DIY Recipe OR a Pearl.

Check Out The Mermaid Furniture List From Here
mermaid furnitures

▲Decorate Your Room With Mermaid Items!

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Anonymous 3

The update that added cooking makes you collect things you didn’t think you’d plan to catch again. For example there’s a recipe that needs two scallops.

Leila 2

He only comes once a day so each day, check for a scallop!

Anonymous 1

Is there a point to collecting many scallops? Pascal only seems to take one at a time

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