Best ways to earn money in Persona 3 Reload

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Best Ways To Earn Money In Persona 3 Reload
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Yen goes a long way, and you’ll want plenty of it if you want to do well in Tartarus. So what are the best ways to earn money in Persona 3 Reload?

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There are multiple different ways you can come across Yen in this Persona game, but certain methods are better than others. Here’s the best money-farming method.

Persona 3 Reload: How to earn money fast

If you want enough Yen to purchase new weapons, armor, and medicine for fighting Shadows in Tartarus, you need a good method to get rich quickly. The best ways to earn money in Persona 3 Reload are through Tartarus and by completing Elizabeth’s requests.

Best Ways To Earn Money In Persona 3 Reload Shuffle
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The first method is probably the easiest, especially during the early game when you’re the most poor. This isn’t just about slaying Shadows though, you need to do a few things while exploring Tartarus. Make sure to prioritize picking the coins card in Shuffle Time.

Always choose the card with the gold coins displayed, which will give you a bit of Yen. You’ll get more money the higher you are in Tartarus.

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Selling items in Persona 3 Reload

Finding valuables throughout Tartarus will also sell for a lot at the Police Station. On every floor on Tartarus, make sure you’ve scoured every corner for those orange breakable clusters. You can break those and have a chance to get a treasure. Speaking of treasure, don’t miss a single chest you find.

Best Ways To Earn Money In Persona 3 Reload Requests
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Completing Elizabeth’s requests for cash in Persona 3 Reload

The other great method of earning a ton of money is through Elizabeth’s requests. By May 10 you’ll unlock her requests, and completing some of them will reward you with a large sum of Yen. Most of these requests don’t have a due date, and they’re typically easy to achieve.

Other than these two methods, I’ll also recommend that you sell any other item you’re not currently using or equipping. For this, I mainly mean just the weapons, armor, and footwear that you don’t need after purchasing or finding new ones. And remember to sell your useless accessories as well, there’s no point in them just sitting in your inventory.

Now that you know how to earn money, you should also learn how to raise your Charm, Courage, and Academics stats in Persona 3 Reload.

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