Hay Day bolts are as important as any other tools for upgrades. Barn storage requires a certain number of bolts along with two other items for larger storage capacity.
Sometimes it really gets so frustrating especially when you want to keep so many items but there’s no other choice but to dispose/sell to the neighborhood.
Check out these simple ways on how to get bolts when you play Hay Day. Of course, it is not 100% guaranteed to find bolts but as long as you do these steps, then you’re good to go!
Roadside shop is where you can buy and sell random items including the rare ones that are used for storage upgrades.
Although the price is really expensive when you purchase it from the shops, it is still a good source if you really want to increase your barn.
Collect from Animals
One of the free options on how to get bolts is by collecting eggs, milk, and meat from your farm animals.
It isn’t really ideal to buy from roadside shops especially if you lack coins or just starting up your farm.
Watching videos to get an awesome reward is also a good option to get some materials used for upgrades however, it is very rare to happen so it isn’t that reliable enough.
This is a lot better than paying so many coins, isn’t it? It wouldn’t really take so much of your time so better try it out.
Watching videos or trailers has an average 30-sec watch time and you can see the pink voucher beside the roadside shop magazine.
Plant and Harvest Crops
This planting and harvesting farm activities are definitely unlimited and can give you so much profit so I highly recommend doing these almost every time when you get the chance to do so!
It is a win-win situation and rare items for storage upgrades are sometimes given as rewards so plant and harvest while you can!
Wake Your Pets Up
Whenever I tap on my pets every time they fall asleep, I often get reward items and I think this is the easiest way to get rare items including bolts.
Feeding and playing with your pets are really fun things to do plus you get XP points and rewards so it’s like “hitting two birds with one stone”!