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Hay Day Selling Tips and Tricks

Version 1.0 by
Nebojsa
01/03/14

Eggs, bacon and eggs, wool, milk, bacon, sell about 50 coins less than max and they should go consistently.
Any sugars or dairy products will go super fast, always do the max amount. … Pies and cakes, sell at the max amount.
Jams, juices, and ice cream go very fast at top price. Feed will go very fast at top price also.
Goat milk, sell at top price also. Raspberries, blackberries, apples, cherries, cocoa, coffee beans, you can sell at top price or slighltly below and they will also go fast.
Crops that are typically used for feed, sell at slightly below top price.
Potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, strawberries, lavender and pumpkins will all sell at top price or slightly below pretty well.
Ore and bars sell extremely fast.
Building and land materials go quickly, always max the price.
Stick around as the shoppers come by. As they buy things up…BACK FILL! Take full advantage of the ad.
Smart advertising: fill your stand and advertise as often as you can and even if its just one product simply because people will start to see you as a power seller, so they’ll start stopping by more.
Slower selling items do well if sold in LOW doses, (1-2 in a stall,) and GROUPED together in adjoining stalls. Think Wallmart strategies :-)
Pretty stores sell better!!! Either group things together in stalls or arrange them so it’s pleasing to the eye.
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