New Bunny Day Content Animal Crossing New Horizons

Here’s How to Make the Most of Bunny Day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Bunny Day 2023 is now live in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and while it may not feature new content, players will be able to get any items they missed in previous celebrations. A total of twenty three Bunny Day items will be available to obtain from April 2-9, 2023. These include specific bunny themed fixtures, like a topiary, and food items. However, some of these items are limited to crafting, and players will need to collect specific kinds of Bunny Day Eggs in order to make these pieces of festive furniture.

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When is Bunny Day ACNH 2023?

It happens April 2-9, 2023.

The five times you can purchase in Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Bunny Day 2023 from Nook’s Cranny are:

  • Bunny Day Garden Flag
  • Bunny Day Topiary
  • Bunny Day Planter Box
  • Bunny Day Tree
  • Bunny Day Candy

The items you can craft, which includes outfits, are:

  • Bunny Day Arch
  • Bunny Day Bed
  • Bunny Day Crown
  • Bunny Day Fence
  • Bunny Day Festive Balloons
  • Bunny Day Flooring
  • Bunny Day Glowy Garland
  • Bunny Day Lamp
  • Bunny Day Merry Balloons
  • Bunny Day Rug
  • Bunny Day Stool
  • Bunny Day Table
  • Bunny Day Vanity
  • Bunny Day Wall
  • Bunny Day Wall Clock
  • Bunny Day Wardrobe
  • Bunny Day Wreath
  • Bunny Day Bag
  • Bunny Day Wand
  • Wobbling Zipper Toy

Again, while none of these items are new, Bunny Day 2023 is an opportunity for Animal Crossing: New Horizons players to either get access to these items they may have missed or stock up on Bunny Day Eggs if they’re looking to craft any of these items for their homes and island.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available for the Nintendo Switch. Bunny Day will last from April 2-9, 2023.

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