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Today I am here to tell you how I am going to reach my goal and how you can reach yours just by following these instructions.

Getting Started

The first thing to do is to start earning money. You can earn money either by playing games or selling items in your shop, which I’ll talk about later. The order of games I usually play each day is Turmac Roll, Hasee Bounce, Meerca Chase and Jelly Blobs of Doom. After those four games, I play whatever random games give me a good reward, such as Dubloon Disaster, Koeda-Chan: Basket Burden, Devo 20: Personality Quiz (easy 600 NP daily if you play three times!), Extreme Herder and Sophie’s Stew. Try playing all those games daily. Aim for getting 3000 NP each day from games. If you get more than that, you’re well on your way to becoming rich, but that’s not our major concern right now. Gaining money is only half of the battle.
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My experience as a Neopian has been great. I love to participate in as many things as I can, and that is partially why I’m broke.

I started an account a long time ago, and during that time, I earned enough money where I could have 50,000np in the bank and not ever have to take it out.

I had about three neopets, each having their own petpet. I even got one of my neopets from the adoption place. I love doing the faerie quests and getting random events. I also like to do all the missions from people like Edna the witch and the Brain Tree.
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Dark Korbat Shop Layout
Pretty up your Neopets shop using our pre-made shop layouts. All you need to do is click on the link below and copy + paste it into your edit screen.

Dark Korbat Shop Layout

Today I saw that I had a lot of items in my shop… good, right? No. All of these items were set at 99,999 neopoints, and I wanted to make money, not just show off my items, seeing as they were the most random things in the world. So what do I decide to do? Go through the tedious process of pricing my items.

I get in a good rhythm; copy an item name and paste it into Microsoft Word. Copy the next item name, paste it. And so on and so forth until I have my first thirty items in Microsoft Word and can now look up their prices. Now I have to copy the names of all these same items again and paste them into the Shop Wizard search box. After refreshing many times, I find the actual lowest price and decide to put my item a few neopoints below that one. Looking at the clock, I realize all of this has taken me eight minutes, and what do I have to show but the price of one item?
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