Now most of you will might be thinking I earn more than ten thousand Neopoints a day. But some people out there, like me, can barely get thirty thousand a day.
I always forget to visit the Healing Springs, kick Turmy, or play Expellibox. This is kind of like a checklist so you know that you've done a daily, or to make sure you've played your wheels, collected your shop till, or bank interest for the day. There are some tips and pointers for the trading post and working on your own shop that I use or find helpful, and a couple for saving up 100,000 Neopoints.
Each day do them. Even if you go to the Snowager and get nothing, you can go to the Healing Fountain and the fairy could give you a free potion which you could sell. Hey, it may be 15 Neopoints, but that's 15 more to a goal you have set or can be stashed away for future purchases. You can stash away all those omelets and either start a gallery themed like Tyrannia, or if you overspent you can feed your pets the omelets, OR you could sell them in your shop for a tiny bit of cash.
Last Updated: 5/11/13
I've been having family troubles and haven't updated this in a really long time, I know, sorry. It's going to have to wait a little while while I try to keep up. Sorry again :C
~Lunar Temple try to guess the right moon phase
~ Talk to Coltzan Shrine
~ Bank Interest You can only get your interest if you HAVE NOT already withdrawn/deposited Neopoints
~Wise KingTest your wisdom and see if he'll give you a trophy or a prize
~Grummpy King You can visit him twice a day and if you are lucky you can get two avatars!
~Mole Hole Most of the time you will get nothing, but, even though it's rare, you can get an avatar by getting an item from the hole
~ Turmy Kick him and you could get a raise in petpet level, an item, and if you are really lucky he'll eat your petpet and give you an avatar! Or he will just rollover and squish your petpet
~ Take a free spin of the Fruit Wheel
~ Play Qasalan's Expellibox
~Get 50-100 Neopoints from the rich slorg in the Shop of Offers
~Bob for apples, if you dare
~Get some omelette
~Get some jelly from Jelly World www[DOT]neopets[DOT]com/jelly/index.phtml?
~ Check up on your Habitarium and all those P3's you have
~Anchor Management, yarr har har
~ go to the Obsidian Quarry and get some Obsidian
~ Shop Till check your shop till
~Go to the Forgotten Shore, if you have all the map pieces
~Steal some goodies from the Snowager, if he doesn't catch you first!
There also is the, Healing Springs feed your pets at the movie central. But I think you can find it on your own.
But why the Forgotten Shore and the Snowager last?
Because the Snowager is only awake three times a day and the Forgotten Shore has, like a 50/50 chance of not getting anything...
Also, if you live in Eastern Time here's two Snowager times! 5:00P.M.- 6:00 P.M and 1:00 A.M.- 2:00 A.M.
There also is the Advent Calender but you can only get stuff from it during DECEMBER. I love the plushies and wacky animations from the daily gifts. Now and then the calender gives out paint brushes! Petpet and Neopet ones! But they are only given out on the day one day, so you better go everyday to see if you can get one. ;)
Note: Sorry I can't link directly to the Jelly World the keep Meepits keep swiping the link ... But I've stopped them for now!
This is a link to Your Shop
1. Buy low sell high
2. Compare prices to the Shop Wizard, Auction House, Trading Post, or other users to see how you should sell an item
3. ALWAYS double check your prices!!! It could happen to anyone where you forget a zero and lose profit!
4. Buy bulk if you plan to take a few days off of Neopets
5. Try not to over decorate your shop, most people come in for speed if they are doing a quest and a fireworks show might make them go somewhere else.
6. Have at least two or three copies of an item in your store so you don't need to restock as often
7. If someone is selling a plushie you are about to sell for 4,800 Neopoints try to go 4,500 or 3,900
8. Don't price your stuff so high that you fall off the Shop Wizard!
9. Again buy low sell high
10. Retired items are worth more the older they get.
What Should You Sell?
- Lab map pieces
- Treasure map pieces
Petpet paint brushes
Quest items (like cards, toys, or books)
Avatar items (dung or orange items)
Put items like these into your shop and you're nearly guaranteed to earn Neopoints!
Trading Post Tips
Act civil, if a person rejects your offer don't get upset, maybe there's another person out there that will accept your offer.
I noticed writing "plz" instead of "please" makes people think you just need quick cash (I know that's what I think) I think it is better for lots with a bunch of items to write "please".
Items to include in trades or your offers are:
- Battle dome equipment
- Fairies in bottles
-Lab map pieces
- Treasure map pieces
- Morphing potions
- Paint brushes
- Rare items
- Items that you/seller like or collect
An example of what a user would like is to read the wish list or if they don't have one, look at their gallery. Say they collect petpets, find one or two in your deposit box, check their gallery to see if they have them or not, and then bid.
Hang around the boards, experiment with offers, and figure out what you want ahead of writing your "wish list" and also know the language of the Trading Post.
You may ask on a lot for 1.2 million on a paintbrush, but the MOST you Neopoints you can put on a trade is 800,000!!! REMEMBER THAT
Quests From Around Neopia
Click the quest giver's name and you will be taken to a page with information about them on it. All these quests require Neopoints but you can get some amazing items! Some of the known items given away from a quest will be listed with the quest giver. Hover over the item's picture to see what quest level you need to be to get the item.
NOTE: random fairy quests are not given below.
To open the links in a new page, hold down the control button and then click the link.
The Brain Tree
~The Brain Tree
Item(s) Wanted:Year a Neopian died, along with where they were buried.
Info:To complete his quests you NEED to finish two Esophagor quests to answer his question. You MUST feed the Esophagor to answer his questions, no exceptions. The first time you will get the first part of the Brain Tree's answer. Write it down on a note/word program or pull up another tab with the Brain Tree on it and type in in the appropriate text/answer box.
Reward(s):Not much but sometimes he will give himself out as a battle dome opponent if you complete a quest. A random item, and a random amount of Neopoints; although normally less then 5,000.
These are the items people seem to want the most, or cost a lot of Neopoints, from his quests.The items from his quests are given out at random:
Item(s) Wanted: normally spooky food, sometimes the food is EXTREMELY expensive.
Info: You need to feed him anywhere from one to three spooky food related items. Most of the time he will ask for two items and they could be as low as 15 Neopoints at a user-shop. Once I tried to do one of his quests and he asked for a Snorkle Snout! So he does ask for some big $$$ items. The Esophagor is the only way to get the answers for the Brain Tree quests, so don't be fooled by someone claiming to be able to give you the answers! As you can complete up to ten Esophagor quests in a given day, it just may be worth is to take a chance and give his quests a try.
Reward(s): Random items and Neopoints, but you can also get him as a battle dome challenger if you complete one of his quests.
Mystery Island Kitchen
Timed:YES random times though
Info:It seems that he wants random items that he turns into food to feed Mumbo Pango who always seems to be hungry. Sometimes he asks for expensive stuff but most of the items for his quests are food. (Whenever I do one of his quests he only asks for food)
Reward(s): Stat increases, random items, Neopoints , he even gives out some items that only can be gained by completing his quests. The following are given out by his quests only:
~The Old Witch
Timed:YES anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours+
Info: I don't think she is worth completing her quests, unless you want her as a battledome challenger or her avatar. Sometimes she asks for cheap items but other times her items get really expensive. She also takes a really long nap from 12 - 1 PM NST, so you can't visit her tower for a quest then and you can't see what her items for her quests are until she "wakes up".
Reward(s):Spooky foods, a few hundred NP, an avatar, and herself as a Battledome challenge.
*NOTE:* Some people have completed over fifty of her quests and still have not received the avatar.
The Snow Fairy
~ The Snow Fairy
Info: She will ask from three to four different items for you to find. Each time you go to her igloo for a new quest the items will be different. Unlike the others her quest times are anywhere from an hour and a half to two hours. You are allowed to use the shop wizard to look for quest items.
Reward(s):Neopoints, normally around 1,000-2,000 These are the items people seem to want the most, or cost a lot of Neopoints, from her quests. She is the only being that gives out ice cream coupons. You can also get an avatar from her by completing one of her quests, and get her as a battle dome challenger! The items from her quests are given out at random:
Timed: YES you have 16 minutes to finish her quest. And you can only do one quest every 12 hours and if you do an Illusen quest before her's you can not do one of her quests for another 12 hours.
Info: You can use the SW for her quests. Like Illusen, her item price ranges are nearly 15 Neopoints (if bought in user-store) up to or over one million. The higher your quest level the rarer and more expensive the items she will ask for. Eventually, at the highest levels, Jhudora will only ask for items around Rarities 97 through 100. Many of these items are unbuyable, so your best course of action is to scout the Trading Post and hope that a) the item is for sale and b) the seller is online since you are only given approximately 15 minutes to return with the item. The unbuyable items can sometimes reach into the millions or even tens of millions of NP, so unless you are extremely lucky, this will be very expensive.
Reward(s): Jhudora only gives out items every couple levels or so. You also can get an avatar and trophy for completing her higher level quests.
Timed: YES you have 16 minutes to finish her quest. And you can only do one quest every 12 hours and if you do a Jhudora quest before her's you can not do one of her quests for another 12 hours.
Info: She will ask for any one item ranging from dolls, to weapons, to cards, to food to pretty much anything, even retired items.You can use the SW for her quests. Her item price ranges are nearly 15 Neopoints (if bought in user-store) up to or over one million. The higher your quest level the rarer and more expensive the items she will ask for. Eventually, at the highest levels, Illusen will only ask for items around Rarities 97 through 100. Many of these items are unbuyable, so your best course of action is to scout the Trading Post and hope that a) the item is for sale and b) the seller is online since you are only given approximately 15 minutes to return with the item. The unbuyable items can sometimes reach into the millions or even tens of millions of NP, so unless you are extremely lucky, this will be very expensive.
Reward(s): Illusen only gives out items every couple levels or so. You also can get an avatar and trophy for completing her higher level quests.
~ Wheel of Excitement Neopoints, avatar, items, sickness, healing, and more
~Wheel of Misery Sickness, NP loss, avatar, items stolen/ turned to sludge, plushies, and NP
~Wheel of Knowledge books, avatar, cheat codes, windows, food, toys, motes, and more
~Wheel of Slime Np 150- 2000
~Wheel of Mediocrity Neopoints, furniture, petpets, food, weapons, and more
~Wheel of Monotony Np, avatar, petpet paintbrush, paint bush, weapons, beast, and more. For me waiting takes aprox 4.5 hours, to win something. Sometimes though waiting 4.5 hours just to have your pet send to the lair of the beast isn't worth it. But you can win paint brushes, petpets, an avatar…
~Wheel of Extravagance I have played this once, and got a nerkmid. I don't know what all can be won; but I've heard of people winning rare paint brushes, nerkminds, an avatar, or they actually lost points by the items that the wheel gives out or simply win nothing. Each wheel is a gamble, but this wheel is a BIG gamble.
Prices for the WheelsExcitement- 500 Play: once every two hours
Misery-150 Play: once every 45 minutes to an hour
Knowledge-400 Play: once a day
Monotony-150 Play: once every day
Slime-free Play: once every 8 hours
Mediocrity-100 Play: once every hour
Extravagance 100,000(no joke) Play: once per day
Here are some easy games that you can play. Next to the game is the required sore to get 1,000 NP from it. Good luk, and have fun playing!
Some of the games have no points needed by them. That's because I couldn't either find it/get the score needed to get 1,000 from said game. But if YOU know the score needed, please send it to me :)
~Games Room Try to play the daily double Neopoints game, you get twice the Neopoints from that game for the rest of the day!
~Fashion Fever send in the score like this: start-end-send -_- that's what I do, and you can send the cards three times and get 100 Neopoints each from them. You get 900 NP from sending in scores and 300NP for sending three cards
~Sponser Game= BTR sponsor games (like BTR Crowd control) BTR only gives out around 500-600 NPS
~Adver VideosAnywhere from 200-800 NPs
~Kass Basher Score 745+ to get 1,000 Nps
~Wingo Ball Score 1,000 to get 500 Nps
~ Defender Trainer Score 360
~Catch the Petpet You can get a score of 600 NPs
~Freaky Factory Score 1090
~Snow Ball Fight Score 400
~Bouncy Supreme Score over 3000
~Cheat Cost:50 Np to start a game, Neopoints awarded for catching cheater
~ PyramidsCost:50np to start, but you can earn 100 Neopoints easily per game
~ Snow Wars Cost: 100np
All these non-flash games have a trophy, and in Cheat you can get an avatar.
Win the first round of Cheat, but you'll need to catch Capara cheating at least once.
Things/ Places to Go That Cost Neopoints:To open the links in a new page, hold down the control button and then click the link
The Faerie Caverns it costs 400 NP to "explore" the cave system. I have only played this about three times and I always get lost @_@ But I heard you can win cool items and even Neopoints! The most I've ever saw someone get from this was about 4,000.
Play-Once a day
CLIFFHANGER!!!To play CLIFFHANGER You need to pay 15 Neopoints. The harder the level you select, the higher the reward will be for completing the puzzle. You also can get an avatar for this game! to get this avatar you must lose while playing Cliffhanger.
Treasure of the Black PawkeetAlso known as Buried Treasure you can try to find the treasure once every three hours. It costs 300 NP to play per try. You can even win an avatar from this game! This avatar is a Random Event if you win something at the Buried Treasure game.
Play-Once every 3 hours
ScratchcardsYou can buy a scratchcard and if you are lucky win a prize! However they cost anywhere from 400-1,200 Neopoints a card at the card stalls. Of course you can get them cheaper at the shop wizard but the stalls let you have a random chance of getting a rare scratchcard.
Rare scratchcard? Yeah there are some rare and some extremely valuable scratchcards out there that one alone is worth almost 250k!
There are also FAKE scratchcards, they are worth double or more of the real scratchcard that they are. These cards however I don't think these are given off at the scratchcard kiosks.To open the links in a new page, hold down the control button and then click the link.
~Lost Desert Scratch 500 Neopoints EACH
~Ice Cave Scratch 600 Neopoints EACH
~Deserted Fair Scratch 1,200 Neopoints EACH
Earn 10,000 Neopoints or more a day. Each time you earn 10,000 Neopoints put them in your bank, and in ten days of just earning 10k a day you have 100,000!
The hardest part of earning your first 100k is not to spend it. Once you get to your first one million you have enough money to start restocking/ invest. Good luck getting to your first million!
I can't find the strength game you mentioned, where is it?
Haunted Woods- Deserted Fairgrounds- up near the top- click the Test Your Strength.
I want a cool pet page like this, where can I get one?
Go to this link right Here! I have edited this page a bit, though. She is a wonderful page maker and I suggest you go on over to that little linky over there and check out her site!
Before you Log off
Every half an hour you can visit the Healing Springs. Why mention this? Because you may have been struck ill be a random event or a spin of a wheel. The water fairy may heal your pet's health and you won't have to buy the cure! Or she'll feed your active pet or give you more temp. Hit points or a potion/ snowball. Visit her every half an hour, even your sides can use this.
Did You Know?
Once a month you can get 2,000 free Neopoints along with one food item for each of your neopets? However you can only do this with your main account and it has to be over 30 days old to get it. www.neopets.com/freebies .
I don't have much on the Habitarium (later said as habi) check out these guides and poke around the habi boards. If you have any tips you'd like to share or guides that you have about the habi, please let me know! ^v^
Send me in this form!
Hints and tips
A tip to level up quickly, leave your habi up as long as you can.If you go to sleep then have a playlist going on repeat to go overnight. All you have to do is keep the screen up or almost closed and they will still go!
You have to have your habi open for it to work.
If you want to be posted here let me know. But I would prefer if your pet page sites where about either games, guides (ex paint brushes, map pieces, avatars etc) , dailies, hints about site plots, etc, just stuff to help the general Neopian public.
Affiliates are always OPEN
Here's the button that links back to me:
*Those who made the buttons are linked to the button preview. NOTE Endangered made the Hannah button, for some reason I lost the link to her site.
Find any 3rrors? Dead links? Send me a Neomail with as much info about it or the link and what it says it's suppose to go to. Or if you just want to Neomail me, go on ahead, my username is: jamie6254.
WHEN you're done the wheels go to Terror Mountain to the Igloo Sale, for some chill deals you can get food, grooming supplies, cards, books, petpets, weapons, and more! I personally love the super cheap deals. When you're done walk on over to Talia's Mystery Shop and try to get a cheap bag, I once got a bag for 760 Neopoints and the item inside was worth 10,000!
Go south to the Haunted Forest and test your strength and maybe get a paintbrush or win the jackpot! If you are over three years old go try and find the hidden Abandoned Attic in the Neovia city, that is if the Meepits and robotic clowns don't get you first.
It normally goes like this, sometimes it varies but most of the time it stays the same:
3,000 for wheels, Test your Strength, etc(for two days)
2,000 for the igloo and spendingTOTAL SPENDING: aprox: 5,000
I NORMALLY can gain my losses back by selling items from game playing, free dailies, spinning wheels, or random events. You should save approximately 1,000—5,000 Neopoints with deals from the igloo and user shops instead of using the main shops.
Here are some guides, though some of them are from the 2012 Negg event, they should work. And some hints and tips from others that also might be of help.
I cannot grantee that the guides still work,but if they don't I'll put this next to it: If I like it or it helps a lot this will be next to the guide or hint: This: means that this guide was meant for the Negg event of 2012.
If you have any hints or tips or screenies that you wish to share then please fill out this form:
, Cruzak's Guide ,
Hint One: Drag the image into the browser or blank tab to view full size. saphireblue3 made this hint.
Hint Two: Guidelines to solving the Negg Puzzle:
1) You can only use each symbol ONCE in each color. (one red, one yellow, and one blue of each symbol = nine total)
2) Your puzzle must meet all the clue requirements.
3) The clues cannot be flipped or rotated.
4) Clues CAN and WILL most likely overlap. ~jengababy