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Fae Farm: How to Sell Items

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Fae Farm: Sell Items

Players will gather various kinds of items as they start their day at Fae Farm. From crops to resources or critters can easily fill up the inventory which will bound players to either store their items somewhere or sell them to make money as well as make space in the inventory. Certainly, selling items makes more sense because earning money is another great way to unlock new items for your character in Fae Farm.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to sell your items in Fae Farm.

How to Sell Items in Fae Farm

At the start, players can confuse themselves by not finding a selling option on any vendor’s shop as well there is no shipping bin at the farm area. Well, the selling items in Fae Farm are a bit different than in the other Simulation games. To sell your items in Fae Farm, you will have to make your way to the Town Center location. Once you have reached the Town Center, you will see four tables at the center. These are the Market Tables on which you can place any item from your inventory to sell it.

You will be able to place a total of 8 items in total on each table which means you can sell 32 items at a time. Interact with the table and transfer items from your inventory to the Market Table to sell the items. However, the items will not be sold immediately as they will be sold at the end of the day. The earned Florins will be added to your wallet once the items are sold from the Market Tables.

The best way to utilize the Market Tables is at night. Do activities and quests in the daytime and manage the items in your inventory by separating the ones that you don’t need and placing them at the Market Tables in the nighttime. As you go home to end the day, the Florins will be added to your wallet the next day.

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