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Strategy to get faster money hint for Hay Day


Strategy to get faster money

Make items and food from the producers( milk to cream, cheese , butter)
(Pies & sugar, syrup) and sell it for the highest price possible.
Avoid making bacon & eggs because it is very overmade

Put the food in the road side store and sell them for the highest possible price. Then put it in the news paper.
You can also sell animal feeds.

Added by: Guest Mar 2nd 2013, ID#2017 and get
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How mush does the mine cost? (-:

Added 2nd Mar 2015, ID #523481

Corn is it. Grows in 5 minutes. Sell it for 51 coins not 72. You can fill all your boxes and create a new ad every 5 minutes. When you want a break, plant pumpkins or cotton. Then take a break for a few hours. Resist spending real money for coins or diamonds. It's only a game and you are never going to make real money with it. By the way, certain high-priced items will sell. Never sell screws, bolts, tape, etc. for less than the maximum amount. You also do not need to advertise when you sell these and related items. They will sell very quickly. You will get the various parts for free as you harvest you crops and animals. Good luck my friends!

Added 17th Sep 2014, ID #448921

Actually, people over level 17 probably will buy the max priced goods. People will do anything to fulfill their boat orders, I would. Also, if you knock off 10 percent of the max price, people buy like crazy. Selling cheap works, but when you want lots of revenue, selling max is good. Except on the common crops and products like wheat and corn and eggs.

Added 31st Mar 2014, ID #370056

no high priced foods or whatever is gonna work

Added 11th Feb 2014, ID #354089

No one will buy extremely over priced goods

Added 8th Jun 2013, ID #288773

hi my name is Brittne

Added 29th Apr 2013, ID #278846


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