The Money Tree is a house decoration in Adopt Me!, which costs Bucks 1450 in the furniture catalog, under the ‘Rare’ category. This piece of house decoration was released sometime around 2019, in the previous ‘Money Tree, New Mansion’ update.

When a player buys the Money Tree, it is able to give them money periodically, providing a total of Bucks 100 a day. Once you have collected up to Bucks 100 a day, an icon will pop up preventing you from collecting any more. If you reach the daily limit, the icon reads:

"You've collected the maximum Bucks for today. Come back tomorrow for more!”


The Money Tree features a golden, jagged, round exterior connected to a tree branch, above a flat, circle-shaped base with a white glow. Every few seconds, an animation of green bills and golden coins explode from the top.

The post Adopt Me! Twitter made regarding the new Money Tree limit


The message that pops up when you reach your daily limit.


  • When the Money Tree was first released, it gave you Bucks 5 for every ten minutes played, with no limit at all.
    However, as players bought more than one Money Tree and were able to collect unlimited money, Adopt Me! removed this feature in a bug fix update, saying it would have been too easy for players to get unlimited money with this strategy.
  • The Money Tree is said to be based off of the design of the Money Rattle, a much older toy once found in Gifts.
  • Even if you have more than one Money Tree, you cannot collect more than the limited amount a day.
  • Two Money Trees can be found in the V.I.P room. However, those are for decoration only and V.I.P players cannot collect money from them.
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