Persona 5 Money Farming Guide

Our Persona 5 Money Farming Guide to help you farm up to 170,000 per enemy turn without taking a lot of damage in the game.

Money is hard to come by in Persona 5, especially if you want everything that game has to offer. Luckily, we’ve some quick & easy-to-follow Persona 5 Money Farming tips that should help you out!

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Persona 5 Money Farming

The first thing that you need is an Onmoraki. Once you’ve acquired it, level it up to Level 15 in order to learn Confusion Boost & Pulinpa.

Now the thing that you need to do is to fuse Onmoraki with a Persona of your own preference. Since you can always farm in ‘Easy Mode’, it’s recommended that you select a Persona with higher ‘Luck’ in order to maximize your gains.

If not, select whatever you’re comfortable with & make sure to inherit Confusion Boost & Pulinpa.

Now you need to level up the Persona through Gallows Fusion, using the highest-level Gem Persona you’re able to summon as Fodder.

Following the each Gallows Fusion, you must register the Persona, delete it – Itemization or Fodder, & re-summon it again since the game doesn’t allow strengthening a single Persona more than once.

Once you’ve finished all your money, gather about three Memento Requests. However, do note that not all Memento bosses can be Confused.

Now make sure that your difficulty setting is set to ‘Easy’, you’ve an SP regenerating accessory equipped, & only have the Protagonist in your Party.

The next thing that you need to do is to Confuse the Memento boss followed by keep guarding until you’ve to Confuse again. Depending on your ‘Luck’, the boss should be throwing money, items, or absolutely nothing at you.

If you’re doing everything correctly, you shouldn’t be taking a whole lot of damage & farming while doing other stuff. The method should allow you to earn something between 40,000 to 170,000 per enemy turn. In case you still have any confusions, you can check out the video demonstration by SephiZack.

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