Sell ​​bugs to Flick, Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s bug seller (Switch)

There are a multitude of suppliers to interact with every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the switch, some of them arrive on time, like Daisy Mae on Sundays. Others come at random intervals. If you’re looking to make money off of all the bugs you catch, keep an eye out for Browse.

This red lizard has a chance to randomly appear on your island in the morning and will remain until the next day. Flick is one of the most interesting sellers in the game since it offers players two unique features when visiting: you can sell him bugs for 1.5 times their normal value and you can commission him to make bug models for you.

If the punk rock lizard is on your island, here’s what you need to know about Flick.

How to Sell Bugs to Flick

Unlike Blathers, the museum curator who dislikes insects, Flick is in love with them.

In fact, Flick will buy any bug you can sell to them for 1.5x their normal sale value. For example, if you look at our Animal Crossing: New Horizon‘s bug price guide, you’ll see that the Paper Kite Butterfly sells for 1,000 Bells at Nook’s Cranny. Flick markup will net you 1,500 bells instead.

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If you’re looking to maximize profits from a process like tarantula breeding and are willing to wait on Flick, you can sell the creepy crawlies for 12,000 Bells instead of 8,000.

How to Order Flick for Art

Selling your bugs at a slightly higher price isn’t the only service Flick offers.

If you submit three of any bug, you can ask Flick to create a custom model of this bug for free. Just hand in three bugs of the same type to Flick and they’ll send you a model of that bug the next day.

You can only order one model at a time from Flick, so if there’s a certain bug you want to immortalize in your home, it’s best to save it for one of Flick’s tours.


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