The Fallout 76 Wastelanders update introduced Appalachia to a new item: the Pleasant Valley Claim Ticket. These miscellaneous objects have no weight and no assigned value, but they’re not worthless. They can be traded for potentially rare items, but only if you know who to speak to. Here’s where and how to redeem Pleasant Valley Claim Tickets in Fallout 76.
Fallout 76 | How to redeem Pleasant Valley Claim Tickets
Pleasant Valley Claim Tickets in Fallout 76 appear as a random loot item often dropped by ghouls. If you find one, take it to the bellhop Protectron at the Pleasant Valley Ski Resort. Once redeemed, you’ll be given random loot in the form of a common or rare claim ticket item.
It’s easy to forget about or dismiss Pleasant Valley Claim Tickets. They’re not particularly good loot, and they tend to get lost in a crowded inventory. Many players don’t seem to know what to do with them. Fortunately, their name and description provide clues as to their true purpose — namely that you need to visit Pleasant Valley.
If you haven’t been there in a while, Pleasant Valley is close to the center of the map. It’s due east of Helvetia, sitting right next to The Top of the World. Claim Tickets can be redeemed by the bellhop Protectron unit within the Pleasant Valley Ski Resort. The rewards vary: Sometimes the bellhop will offer a gold pocket watch or Pre-War Money, other times he’ll offer a shotgun or a revolver. Many players have reported the bellhop offering outfits, specifically the Western outfit.
Pleasant Valley Claim Tickets aren’t the most exciting loot, but they do offer a chance to earn new items. If anything, they’re a good opportunity to find some new clothes for your Fallout 76 character. All you need to do to redeem them is to visit the bellhop at Pleasant View Ski Resort.