Here's How to Obtain All Sanrio Items and Villagers in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

As of the Version 1.9.0 update, a tonne of Sanrio crossover items were added into the game, alongside the new and exclusive villagers, Rilla, Marty, Etoile, Chai, Chelsea, and Toby. This handy guide goes over all the exclusive furniture, how to obtain them, and how to move the Sanrio Villagers onto your Island!

Each Sanrio Villager has their own exclusive furniture and clothing series accompanying them. If you want to obtain this set, the easiest way is to scan their amiibo into the game. This can be done by inviting them to the campsite via the Nook Stop, or much more conveniently, in Photopia. Once you've scanned that villager in, you'll be able to order all their items via the Promotion tab through Nook Shopping. Daily limits of 5 items still apply, so it will take a few weeks to order everything!

Here at Bidoof Crossing HQ, we've done the math, and we believe there to be total of 114 items to collect. If you want to order them all, it'll cost you 212,780 bells - and that's including both poster variations! Our calculations could be out so feel free to correct us if we got it wrong. Below we have a list of each Villagers furniture/clothing series, ordered by each character, we've also included their villager posters!



If you want to get the villagers to move in, they act the exact same as any other amiibo. Scan them in to the campsite, complete their request for three days; then, speaking to them will have them request to move in. If you have a spare spot of land, they'll move in there. Otherwise, you'll be able to boot a villager our if your Island is currently full.

Unfortunately, if you're unable to get your hands on the cards, you're going to be in for a lot of hassle. As it stands, all Sanrio features are locked behind the amiibo. You can not catalog the furniture or clothing items from other players, as they'll simply appear in your catalog as "Not For Sale". If you want to get any of the items, you'll need to find another player to trade with, or have a friend with the cards willing to help you out.

If you thought that was bad, it gets worse... Much like in New Leaf, the Sanrio villagers are blocked from moving to other Islands if they're moving out... It may be possible (and I stress the word may) this feature is only a temporary exclusive whilst the collaboration is new, and will be patched out with a future update. Though that's pure speculation on our part and may never change. As it stands, if you're unable to get your hands on the amiibo cards, for the most part, you're out of luck to easily obtain any of this crossover content...

As far as we can tell, that's just about everything Sanrio related in the latest update. If we've missed anything, or you have any questions, be sure to let us know! As always, if you haven't already, be sure to follow us over on Twitter and Tumblr. Feel free to join our discord server, too!

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