5. Utilize Time Of Day / Night
Many users won’t think too much about optimizing their game to work for them while they’re sleeping, but for an extra leg up, you can do just that. Even if you’re not playing Hay Day that doesn’t mean the game has stopped and you will notice there is a gap of time while you sleep or are at school or work that you can make the best use out of.
I would recommend planting crops, specifically ones that take a long time to yield, during the evenings or right before a long stretch where you can’t check on your game. Don’t plant the easy crops like wheat or corn, but stick with indigo, pumpkin, etc. These crops take hours to yield so they will be growing while you’re sleeping.
Then, when you wake up all you have to do is harvest them and you’re ready to go. You can also use the same technique if you want to with many other things. If you find a process or production takes a long time then just start it right before you go to bed and it will be ready to go when you wake up.
6. Get New Deals
If you check out the newspaper and don’t like any of the deals, you don’t have to worry. These deals can be swapped out for new deals just like that. When you get a newspaper deal it won’t automatically load a new deal if you recheck the newspaper.
However, a little secret is that if you close completely out of the Hay Day app and reopen it then it will show up with new Hay Day newspaper deals. If you’re on an iPhone you will want to double click the home button and swipe up on the Hay Day app to get it to completely close the app. To close an app on Android, go to settings, then Application Manager. From there, search for Hay Day, tap on it and tap the force stop button. This will completely close out of the app.
If this is getting a bit too technical for you, you can simply turn your iPhone or Android off then restart it to in turn close the app.
7. Maintain Crops
You may want to just pull the trigger and sell all of your harvest and not maintain your crops, but this will limit your growth in the long term if you don’t manage all of your crops. Make sure you always have seeds left over in your silo, don’t ever sell them all as you will eventually just have to buy them again from another farmer at a higher price.
Also, keep in mind that every crop you plant will double the crop’s yield after harvest. No one wants to waste diamonds buying seeds that you used to have and sold for a few coins. It’s also good to have a steady supply of wheat, corn, and feed for your animals to maintain on.
8. Keep Playing
One of the best advice I’ve ever gotten is to continue to play often and whenever I get a free moment. I’ve found if you stagger short and long play times throughout the day that is the best way to continue to stay in the groove of playing and continue to maintain your crops, animals, etc.
Hay Day creators, Supercell, cleverly made Hay Day the same way as they made Clash of Clans. The game is run on a server and thus it never really stops. This continues to drive it’s players to constantly check it and play throughout the day. Therefore, respecting how the game was built, it’s important to continue to play it regularly.
9. Get The Treasure
The last tip I’ll give you is to help you get treasure from treasure chests. To find treasure search around for a tool box on someone’s farm. If you find that the box is closed, try tapping anywhere except the x button. Next, you’ll want to go to another farm and find the same tool box.
If it’s unlocked, take whatever treasure is inside. Now go back to your tool box and you should have all of the tools available. If it doesn’t work, continue to try several times until you get it.
That wraps up this guide and hopefully gave you a good sense of the Hay Day tips you’ll need to succeed at the game. It’s incredibly fun and takes a bit of hard work, but with time and effort you’ll get the hang of it quickly.
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