Splatoon 3: How to Get Food and Drink Tickets

At the first start turn 3, you will notice the Crab-N-Go shop in the lobby. Here you can buy temporary boosts to your gear and experience, but to do that you’ll need to find some food and drink tickets first.

turn 3 doesn’t tell you how to get meal tickets, but there are many ways. There aren’t many coupons, so use them sparingly once you find them. These are the best and quickest ways to ensure you always have Grocery Tickets when you need a little XP boost.

The best ways to find food and drink menus

There are four ways to earn Food Tickets turn 3. The first is easy Level your catalog to level 4. This will give you your first meal ticket.

The second is simple, but unfortunately the least reliable. Next to the Crab-N-Go there is one shell out machine. At this capsule machine, your first draw of any day will cost you 5,000 in cash. Each additional attempt per day costs a whopping 30,000. While tickets aren’t the only items you can get from the Shell Out machine, taking a puff every day gives you consistent chances of getting more tickets.

The most reliable way to earn meal tickets is by playing the single player campaign in hero mode. They can be found both in the overworld – where a fuzzy slime is occasionally hidden – and in the levels themselves. Coupons are sometimes dropped by enemies or found in crates, and some optional missions even list tickets as rewards in addition to Power Eggs . Be sure to keep an eye out for these.

Last, Some of the capsules that drop as a reward for good Salmon Run performance can be exchanged for tickets. Red capsules guarantee you at least one joint meal ticket and purple capsules always contain at least one drink ticket.

So in retrospect, you can get food and drink tickets from:

  • Raise your catalog to level 4.
  • Interact with the Shell Out Machine once per day.
  • Playing the hero mode campaign.
  • Exchanging Salmon Run capsules:
    • Red for meal tickets.
    • Purple for drink tickets.

How to use food and drink cards

Grocery Tickets allow you to buy consumables that give you bonus experience or bonus money from games. Drink tickets allow you to purchase items that grant bonus XP to your skills.

You can redeem your vouchers for these rewards at Crab-N-Go store in the lobby. It’s to the right of the Shell Out machine. Each boost you can buy here lasts 20 games. You don’t have to do it all at once either. You can opt out and the benefits of your active food and drink tickets will still be present when you return. Just remember that when you buy a ticket, it becomes active instantly for your next 20 games

When you log back in, you can check how many games you have left on your active tickets by opening the game menu. Here’s the number that appears next to your total Cash and Conch Shells.

That’s all you need to know about food and drink menus in turn 3. For more on the tiny details that turn 3 does not explain to you, keep updating our special instruction page.

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