Animal Crossing: New Horizons Whirlpool Bath

Living the life of luxury.

Whirlpool Bath

If you have ever felt like you’re a bit of a hoarder, Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the perfect game for you. With hundreds of different items to collect, you could be playing it for hundreds of hours and still not find all its rarest items, one such rarity being the Whirlpool Bath.

Essentially a fancy circular bath, the Whirlpool Bath in Animal Crossing: New Horizons is available from Nook’s Cranny for a rather steep 130,000 Bells.

Whirlpool Bath New Horizons

We don’t think you can get it any other way in the game, items that cost more than 100,000 Bells do not seem to spawn in balloons or as gifts from villagers. Once you have it catalogued, though, you can buy it for yourself or for a friend as a gift by visiting Nook Shopping.

If you, for some reason, want to sell the Whirlpool Bath in New Horizons, you will only get 32,500 Bells back, which is barely more than a quarter of the buying price.

Whirlpool Bath
Whirlpool Bath

Once you have the Whirlpool Bath, the best place to put it is obviously your bathroom. You can turn its taps on and off by pressing A, but, like every other similar item in the game, you unfortunately cannot get in the bath.

If you’re living a life of luxury in New Horizons, the Whirlpool Bath will suit your home perfectly. If you’re still paying off your loans, it might be a bit too steep in asking price to be worthwhile.

Don’t forget that if you’re really desperate for the Whirlpool Bath in New Horizons, you can always go to a community site like Nookazon and pay quite the high premium to purchase it from another player.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which is out now exclusively for Switch, will make you want to live the high life. From our review:

“New Horizons is a great continuation of an already fantastic series of games, and paying back Tom Nook’s loan has never been so fun.”

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