currencies used in Habbo. Duckets are used to Rent Furni, Effects, and to buy Pets. They can be earned in various ways (see How to Get below). They replaced Pixels as the main secondary currency used in Habbo. The name "ducket" is based on Medieval currency, the "ducat".
Introduction[edit | edit source]
Duckets were introduced on February 21, 2013, as the new secondary main currency to replace Pixels. Duckets are a reworking of the basic concept of Pixels with some tweaks. For example, limits are imposed on the number of Duckets that can be had at any one time. Purchase of specialised pixel furni and catalog items is also no longer supported; users can only buy furni from there relevant category.
How to Get[edit | edit source]
Duckets can be earned various ways. Here's a list of some of those ways.
- Spending time on Habbo (staying logged in on the client)
- Logging in every day (you get 15 Duckets every time you log in for the first time that day)
- Completing achievements on the Habbo Citizenship Track (once you've done them, you can't do them again)
According to Habbo Staff, you can get up to 100 Duckets per day.
Use[edit | edit source]
Duckets are used to buy furniture. There are furniture found in there relevant section. For example a banzai will be found in the battle banzai section and it will cost 150 duckets. Some furni can even have cost like duckets + credits.
Limits[edit | edit source]
When Duckets were originally released, there was a cap put on how many Duckets one Habbo can have at any time. The cap was set at 650 and it was to combat what had happened with Pixels, where users would stockpile Pixels by AFKing and gain thousands of Pixels easily without actually playing Habbo (which is the main reason this free currency concept exists). Later on, Habbo Club members had the limit raised from 650 to unlimited, while non-HC users are stuck at the 650 limit.