If you are looking for the best ways to earn money fast in Hogwarts Legacy then this guide is made just for you. With Gold Coins (or Galleons), you can buy tons of important stuff in Hogsmeade. From potion recipes and ingredients to wand upgrades and flying brooms, you can buy everything for the right price. In this guide, we will tell you how to farm Gold Coins in Hogwarts Legacy.
How to Make Money Fast in Hogwarts Legacy (Earn Gold)
The best way to make money fast and early in Hogwarts Legacy is by opening Eye Chests. However, as you progress, you can sell Magical Beasts to farm the most Gold Coins. Let’s go into the details of making Galleons.
Method 1 – Open Eye Chests
You must’ve noticed these odd chests around Hogwarts and Hogsmeade. As you approach them, they shudder and stay closed. To open the Eye Chests, you have to use the Disillusionment Charm. Then, go near the chests and they will stay calm. Press the prompted button to open them to earn money. Each Eye Chest rewards you with 500 Gold Coins.
Method 2 – Sell Magical Beasts
You can farm loads of Gold in Hogwarts Legacy by selling Magical Beasts. But first, you’ll have to unlock the Vivariums. Complete the quest called “The Elf, The Nab-Sack, and The Loom” to get the Nab-Sack from Deek the Elf. Once you get it, head over to the Forbidden Forest and look for Beast Dens. Then, catch the beasts and sell them at the Brood and Peck shop in Hogsmeade to earn money.
This method works best because the beasts reappear after an in-game day. Meaning, you can farm as much as you want. Look for Puffskeins and Mooncalfs as they are easy to capture.
Method 3 – Sell Gear
While exploring, you’ll find many normal chests by using Revelio. Open them and you’ll get robes, hats, scarves, and other clothing items. Head over to the shops in Hogsmeade to make some extra cash. Apart from chests, you’ll also get gear and attachments by completing Side Quests. Selling them will earn you a quick buck as well.
These are the best methods to earn money fast in Hogwarts Legacy. While you’re here, make sure you check out our Wiki guide for more helpful content.