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Here’s a Look at the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ichiban Kuji Lottery Prizes

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Animal Crossing New Horizons Ichiban Kuji Lottery

The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ichiban Kuji lottery takes place next month in Japan, and we got a first look at the prizes from Bandai Spirits.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Ichiban Kuji Lottery

The campaign was originally planned for March 21, 2020, but was delayed to August 15, 2020. It will only be available in Japan, where fans can purchase a lottery pull for 650 yen at participating stores for a chance to win some Animal Crossing: New Horizons prizes. The theme of the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ichiban Kuji items is “leisure,” featuring Tom Nook and the twins Tommy and Timmy.

Check out the Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ichiban Kuji lottery prizes below, in order of rarest to most common:

A Prize: Tommy and Timmy Tissue Case

Size: Approximately 25 cm

B Prize: Carefree Leisure Rug

Size: Approximately 150 cm

C Prize: Little-Big Cooler Bag

Size: Approximately 22 cm

D Prize: Laid-Back Clear Water Bottle

Size: Approximately 18.5 cm

E Prize: Clear Slider Pouch (Total of 4)

Size: Approximately 18 cm, large size: approximately 22 cm

F Prize: Stackable Mugs (Total of 3)

Size: Approximately 10 cm

G Prize: Printed Towels (Total of 6)

Size: Hand towel approximately 25 cm, scarf towel approximately 100 cm

Last Prize: Gather Together! Mini-Table

Size: Approximately 40 cm

The Last Prize goes out to the person who purchased the very last lottery ticket.

Double Chance Campaign: Extra Large Leisure Bag

Size: Approximately 50 cm

 

The Extra Large Leisure Bag will only be available as part of the Double Chance. It’s basically an extra chance for all lottery tickets to win something extra through a “Double Chance” number.

Animal Crossing New Horizons Ichiban Kuji Lottery

The Animal Crossing: New Horizons Ichiban Kuji lottery will start in Japan on August 15, 2020. Check out more information on the official website.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available for the Nintendo Switch.

Sato
Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.