Once you’ll reach level 5 in Farm Together, you’re going to unlock a new type of building – houses. These can be entered and decorated, but most of the furniture in the game can only be bought using a new type of currency – tickets.
How to Get Tickets in Farm Together
In order to earn tickets, you’ll have to do special jobs inside of your houses. These require special furniture – Cookers, Easels or Pianos. The only one you’ll be able to buy without tickets is a cooker – it costs 15 diamonds. You can buy it by opening the shop menu inside your house.
Once you’ll have the cooker, you can interact with it to see a list of recipes you can make. Cooking them will cost money and resources, but once they’re ready, you’ll get experience and tickets in return.
Surprisingly, cooking requires very little attention from you – at least in this game. Once you’ll pay for the recipe, you can safely leave it and wait a set amount of time for it to prepare itself.
But there’s a catch. Every recipe requires multiple steps to be finished – so, once the dish is done you need to interact with the stove and start the next “step” in preparing it, which basically means paying the same amount of money and resources you did before and waiting again. Depending on the recipe, this needs to be done 3 to 5 times.
Making Music and Painting
Once you’ll earn enough tickets, you can buy yourself an Easel or a Piano. Mechanically, they work identically to the Cooker. Keep in mind that you can have only two cookers, one easel, and one piano per house – but you can also have multiple houses.
Tickets can be spent on two things – more furniture for your houses or farmhands. Except for the three aforementioned pieces, furniture is mostly used for decorative purposes. However, farmhands can help you do menial tasks you don’t have time for as your farm will grow.
So, whether or not you’re planning to decorate your houses, you should at least earn some tickets to speed up the growth of your farm.